12-31-2018, 06:27 PM
Join Date: Jan 2014
Originally Posted by Wildman
Sorry, this is my first forum, and first forum question so I'm learning this as I go. The rifle is a Kimber Classic, from Kimber of Oregon, Clackamus. It belongs to a friend and I am trying to help him establish a value. I will post pictures when I figure out how that works, is the easiest way to use photo bucket? 2sharp2, thanks for the info! This gives me a good place to start.
My best advise to your friend would be to hold onto that rifle and not worry to much about the value of it, I sense the value rising weekly maybe daily.
Wildman, I have not been "watching" Kimber rifles in 22 Hornet caliber, I have been watching the same rifle in .22lr rough versions usually start at $999.00 and new in box looking versions starting around $1,200 and going up. Last time I checked there was a SuperAmerica in .22lr on GunBroker listed starting bid $2,295.00.
If he wants to sell it I suggest you make that purchase.
Oh lot of people was using Photobucket, then PB held peoples pictures hostage for a hefty fee.
I find it easier to just store my pics on my laptop. Scroll on down to Topic: Additional Options, click tab "Manage Attachments", Browse saved pics, Select, upload, post. You should be able to figure it out now, once you do it once, your gonna say crap that was easy.
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