MemberJuly 24, 2016 at 9:33 pm21 Bullseyes
That is a tough question… buyers look at the market and compare features, sellers look at what they have into the piece – I don't know what comparable rigs go for, but what I like to see is when a seller lists the features or upgrades with the associated retail price (no need to say what you may have actually paid) and then provides a “package” price with all the discounts you are willing to make. If your in a bidding situation, set your reserve for the discounted price and see if the bids take off. Any pictures that highlight valuable features are a help, like pics of a good group with load data or winning score cards, etc.
I wish I could be more helpful, but I have a marginal history when it comes to pricing firearms (meaning I pay too much usually). I look at several gun auction sites and popular forum market places to get an idea of the going prices.
Good luck Dcdavid!