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MRL
11-28-2008, 10:58 AM
I found a Feinwerkbea? sp 300S target rifle any idea of a price that this thing would be worth? I have not find these in any catalog yet still looking. Thanks

cadman1275
11-28-2008, 11:16 AM
Well, apprently back in the day (1999), the suggested retail value was $1235 according to this article. http://www.airguns.net/reviews_fwb300s.php

So being almost 10 years later I would have to say it would be in the range of $750-$800, with an online action starting as low as $200 http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=116633205

Hope some of that helps ya find what you are looking for. I am sure someone with more experience with FWB rifles will chim in and correct me.

Bill

RStiefel
11-28-2008, 11:43 AM
one for a new in box P34. It seems they are worth whatever one is willing to pay.

Kirby999
11-28-2008, 02:14 PM
Here's a couple that's been FS for a couple of days . Well used it looks like , but functional. I've seen some super nice ones go in $500-$600 range . These were resealed , and refinished ones with tiger striped walnut stocks. kirby http://www.airguns.net/classifieds/show_ad.php?adNum=3481&adSort=&StartingAd=0&NumberOfPages=4 That looks like a super nice one on Gunbroker .

Renegade
11-28-2008, 04:26 PM
I paid over $600 for a pretty nice FWB 300S. They're very nice guns with an excellent trigger. I can vouch for the seller of the ones that Kirby supplied the link for. I bought a Walther LGR from Matt that was actually a little nicer than I thought it would be, judging by the description he supplied.
Todd

blades
11-29-2008, 09:57 AM
avg. pricing on FWB 300 400 to 700 USD there are a coulpe different models
300, 300s, and what was called mini300 ( shorter barrell/stock for gals and juniors) some of these were made 30 years ago. In their heyday they were the Olympic air rifle of choice and set many records, replaced by the 600 series

DonMatzeder
11-29-2008, 10:28 AM
Also the 300SU. $700 is a little high and would need to be a real collector unless is was stocked as a Tyrolean or a Running Target. Most shooters are 300 to 400 with some club guns going for less than that. An alternative is the Dianna 75 (also with several variations and stock configurations). It is a better shooter and usually less expensive. There is a bit of a cult following with the FWB 300. It's hard to sell a 75 for much more than 400 regardless of condition. That being said, I've got close to 1000 in a pristine75 SU in LH.