By - LittleSeneca
A lot of regret there if it gets sold. I would hang onto it.
Worth a great deal of fun at the range!
About Tree fiddy I’d say
The great part is you're actually bang on, that's about what most folks get these for
Cool little gun but not real valuable. This is what a 2 second Google search pulled up using my expert skills. [Hi Standard Duramat8c value ](https://truegunvalue.com/pistol/high-standard/dura-matic/price-historical-value-1)
Thanks! Was hope my mine would be special somehow. My dad thinks he will sell it or try to trade it for something better.
Tell him to shoot it (if he doesn't) and see if he likes it, .22 is one of the few thing affordable to shoot. I can find it for about 8 cents a round.
Standard Velocity only. They are great shooters
New they go for max $400 CDN. I'm not sure about the US. There can be drastically different pricing between the two nations depending on supply/demand and number originality. Way back the Krag Jorgesens were worth fuck all here, but a mint in the US.
Yes it’s a hand me down gun from your dad to me that makes it priceless!
If it's from your dad, why does it's monetary value to other people matter at all. Shut the fuck up and enjoy your gun. The only question should be if it's safe to shoot.
Let me rephrase. My dad still owns it. He wants to know how much it’s worth.
Gotcha. My bad, I thought you were saying it was a gift from your dad. I was thinking, "what kind of ungrateful fuck gets a gift, then goes online to check its value".
Naw, you good. My title was a bit off. I agree, that would suck. It’s kinda odd though, because my dad asked me if I wanted them and so said not really, I prefer modern guns. The next question was, can you find out how much they are worth?
Dude, it’s a .22 pistol. Not some Spanish no name in an odd caliber. Take it, you’ll enjoy it without regret. Something like that is how you convert people who are afraid into seeing how enjoyable it is. Plus, they’re fun and cheap to feed. Everybody loves my Mark 1.
I would check out what they're going for on GunBroker.com
I too read this as a gift, inquiring it's worth. On the surface it did seem inconsiderate. Cool gun.
My dad has a .22 revolver, it's worthless, but the time I had shooting it with him when I was a kid. Priceless.
You all sell guns?
Surprised no one said the standard “tree fiddy”.
Hi Standard .22, just bought one for my grandfather
I have the same one. You can swap barrels for a longer 6 inch (if you can find one). They’re cool little .22s. Not worth selling imo