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Hey guys,

Brand new here, but not to collecting. I have an opportunity to pick up a Canadian Centennial Finger Groove 10-22, but I cannot find anything on a fair market value. It is in very good (85%) condition without the box. If anyone can give me an idea on a value it would be greatly appreciated.....

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Just some comments ... there have been tons of 10/22s made so collector value isn't like it is with Old Model SA revolvers. The Blue Book of Gun Values lists the 10/22 Canadian Centennial at: 100%=$450, 98%=$400, 95%=$350. Anything below 95% would fall into a shooter grade gun ...the same as 10/22 Sporter: 90%=$210, 80%=$175, 70%=$150, and 60%=$125. Based on the Blue book, your 80% Canadian Centennial should be worth about $175 whereas a standard carbine would list for $80 in 80% condition.
 
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