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Hi-Standard Supermatic Tournament Military Model
106 .22LR S/N 17669XX. This gun was purchased by
me in June 1967 and has had only 40 rounds fired through it.
I have the original box and included paper work. The gun looks
new with no marks or wear. It has been in the box for more than 40 years.
I am trying to determine its value for a potential sale.
Thanks.
Tom
 

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Depends on a few things...area you live in, whether it'll be auction or straight sale, Whether made in Hamden or New Haven...
how many barrel weights come with it...how many mags...thumbrest grips or not...barrel length...

Safe to say it should bring around $650-800 at auction...with more accessories comes more cash...
selling face to face (local news ads) prob $600-700...

Pictures are highly important when determining value...
 

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Big Shrek
Thanks for the great informtion. The pistol was mfg at Hamden, CT and the checkered walnut grips have a right hand thumb rest. There are no
barrel weights and one mag. Photos attached. Is the value the same?
Tom
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