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    FNC - current FMV is about what these days?

    I just havent priced them lately.
    Just looked at MG price guide which showed a recent average of about $15,000 which seems high to me.

    Details:

    1. normal good condition
    2. Howco ? I think
    3. The 16"+ barrel
    4. Shoots fine
    5. blah blah...it's an average FNC
    6. No 3 round burst
    7. Has Installed registered sear of course.
    8. Non dealer, on a F4.

    What say the gang for reasonable FMV say for an actual sale within...
    1. 1 day
    2. 2 weeks
    3 2 months
    4. prob never

    Thanks in advance. And this is not a WTS ad. That may be forthcoming, etc,etc. when I get around to it.

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    $10.5K- $12.5K!!!

    Tony

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    I sold mine in April for $14.5k to another collector. Mine had a bunch of pictograms and 3rd burst. It's in this video

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JorIZjLcYE8

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    I've got the same gun you describe except mine has 3 rd burst installed, gonna list it for 13,000 soon, just don't shoot it anymore, got m16s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rparsons3 View Post
    I've got the same gun you describe except mine has 3 rd burst installed, gonna list it for 13,000 soon, just don't shoot it anymore, got m16s.
    That's a good deal. I'm not in the market for one yet (need to save more $$$) but when I am I expect to pay around $15,000 for one.

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    DAAAMN....I just saw the one on Sturm for 13,000 for just the sear, damn again I'll take 13,000 for my howco with sear NOW......

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    I could have bought that sear and burst kit for $8k, but I figured by the time you had it all put together you would be into it at $12k and market value is around $13k. But then some guy listed a couple sears for over $12k, lol...

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