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Price check Ruger No 1 #8143142 01/25/21 09:13 PM
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What would be a fair price for Ruger No 1 B’s be? Slightly used 50-75 rounds in like new condition.

Thought I knew but noticed they are not making them and seems values have changed.


"Anyone taking up handloading necessarily plays with unknown factors and takes chances. But so does anyone who drives a car,goes to a cocktail party,eats in a restaurant,or gets married."

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What caliber?

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Originally Posted by DStroud
What would be a fair price for Ruger No 1 B’s be? Slightly used 50-75 rounds in like new condition.

Thought I knew but noticed they are not making them and seems values have changed.




Depends on caliber and condition. Seems like some of the #1 purists place the 1-Bs down on the desirability list. I know I do.
I'd say anywhere from 900-1300 is a fair range of estimated value given not knowing caliber, production date, quality of wood, etc.


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Originally Posted by procraft05
What caliber?



It’s a 204 Ruger with just OK Walnut stock and is was purchased about 10 years ago been a safe queen after sighting in.

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I’ll say this, I don’t think one can be had under 1k...

If it’s clean I’ll guess $1200 without pics

If it has any optics that’ll add

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Thanks plan to sell for 1500.00 with 2.5x10 Kahles so about right


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Originally Posted by DStroud
Thanks plan to sell for 1500.00 with 2.5x10 Kahles so about right


Are you going to post it in he classifieds David?


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I sold a 1B on this forum last week for $1200. No optics, rings, bases, sling, case, etc. Just the gun, which was a .25-06 from ~1972 that was in excellent condition with very few rounds through it. Judging from the higher prices I saw listed on GunBroker, I'd say it was a fair exchange for both parties.

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I have a Ruger No 1 in .22 PPC, I do like the falling block action

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Always seemed like a cool rifle to me. But also, only accurate rifles are interesting. Are they at least semi-accurate?

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Thanks plan to sell for 1500.00 with 2.5x10 Kahles so about right


Are you going to post it in he classifieds David?


No a friend wanted it and was just making sure I was being fair to both of us...

cheers


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Originally Posted by Crews
Always seemed like a cool rifle to me. But also, only accurate rifles are interesting. Are they at least semi-accurate?


that depends on the shooter, the load /ammo

i floated mine and shot a 0" group with the handload PPC

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Originally Posted by Gringo Bling
I sold a 1B on this forum last week for $1200. No optics, rings, bases, sling, case, etc. Just the gun, which was a .25-06 from ~1972 that was in excellent condition with very few rounds through it. Judging from the higher prices I saw listed on GunBroker, I'd say it was a fair exchange for both parties.


I sure wish I had the money for it too. Was a very pretty gun!!! My dad bought one on monday in 257 Roberts. Was made in the 80's. Gonna try to narrow the production date down. It has an older but very clear Leupold VX3 on it. He gave 1400 I think


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He gave me plenty.
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Originally Posted by TRoberts
Originally Posted by Gringo Bling
I sold a 1B on this forum last week for $1200. No optics, rings, bases, sling, case, etc. Just the gun, which was a .25-06 from ~1972 that was in excellent condition with very few rounds through it. Judging from the higher prices I saw listed on GunBroker, I'd say it was a fair exchange for both parties.


I sure wish I had the money for it too. Was a very pretty gun!!! My dad bought one on monday in 257 Roberts. Was made in the 80's. Gonna try to narrow the production date down. It has an older but very clear Leupold VX3 on it. He gave 1400 I think

Thanks! Part of me wishes I didn't sell it, and one day I might regret it, but the proceeds paid for a new 6.5 Creedmoor that my 3 sons will be using a lot more often.

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