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Interarms 62SAC

Postby dogduster » 21 May 2018 10

Does anybody have any information on what a Interarms Model 62SAC .22 is worth? I located one in about 98% and was curious to know about what this gun is worth? Any help with this would be appreciated.
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Re: Interarms 62SAC

Postby mr surveyor » 21 May 2018 15

my most recent copy of the "Blue Book of Gun Values" is from 2012, so a bit dated. The values shown, from what I have always understood, is closer to what a ffl dealer would pay for the gun rather than "street value". I have always estimated $50 add for the lower end gun, add $100 for the medium quality guns and $150-200 for the higher end guns. It's still a regional commodity, and basically down to "get whatever you can". So, with that in mind. I'll throw in the "old information" ....

Model 62 SAC 100% - $185; 98% - $145; 95% - $115; 90% - $95; 80% - $85


Given those numbers and the time frame, I'd probably add $75 to those figures and consider I got a good deal, if the gun is totally functional.

I had an original Winchester 1870, 22 short, for almost 40 years .... I had a weak moment some 8-10 years ago and gave it back to my old friend I'd gotten it from in 1969. That was, and still is, my most loved firearm to have ever held in my hands. I've thought about tracking down a useful Rossi, but I know it would never be my original 1870.

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Re: Interarms 62SAC

Postby mr surveyor » 23 May 2018 20

I just re-read my previous post from Monday and noticed that I royally screwed up on the date/model of my previous, well loved, gallery model .22 short. Rather than cheat and edit the post (that's already been there a couple of days, I'm going to clear this little brain fart up now. Mine was an octagon barrel, .22 short only, pump action Winchester Model 1890 (not 1870). Best I could ever come up with it was made sometime between 1912 and 1930.

I feel better now after trying to clear that up.

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