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JaKaL 12-12-2012 12:36 PM

Ummm... Now I don't remember
It's been a while since I've played and as my interest in the sport is slowly returning, I find my tastes have changed. I'm considering selling a gun I swore if never sell. Not that it's the nicest thing out there but it was the first gun that got me into pump play and I spent many many years accumulating parts and such.
Unfortunately all the details of model and such aren't all coming back to me. If anyone can help me identify, and perhaps price, my oddities the vultures at good ol' MCB can.

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heinous 12-12-2012 12:43 PM

is that a sterling?

grimace 12-12-2012 12:45 PM

Most definitely a Sterling.

artguy63 12-12-2012 12:46 PM

Yep older Sterling, most likely with Sterling threading and adjusting the velocity with shims I'd guess?

I've seen the 12ie changer once before, but for the life of me the name escapes me.

For everything you have in the picture, I'd take a stab at the price and say somewhere around $250 tops? Mainly due to all the barrels.

woouulf 12-12-2012 12:49 PM

Its a WGP slam changer

Jebus 12-12-2012 01:01 PM

I'll take it!

Very cool, don't sell it unless you plan on never shooting it again!

JaKaL 12-12-2012 03:06 PM

Oh I know some things, lol.

It's a Proline sterling. The original model. Pretty sure the 12g changer is from a termite. The barrels themselves SHOULD be worth 50+ each. What people are willing to pay now is a different story. They're all sterling thread not spyder. The one on top is a 21" stainless. Probably j&j because that's really the only place you could've gotten a barrel like that.

Have sterlings really gone that far down in value now?

James_Blond 12-12-2012 05:05 PM

the older ones, especially have dropped a fair bit in the last few years. The spyder threaded ones usually go for more. Your's is very nice with the addition of the pump changer and t stock. nice collection of barrrels. Take that 21" one to the field and everyone will start making comments about pumps being snipers lol. The barrels could go anywhere from $25-50($30ish is probably realistic) depending on brand, condition. Unless they have wedgits most of them would need to be freakbored for today's small paint.

I would start the whole kit at $300 and go down from there. Probably get more money selling the gun with the stock barrel and one other barrel and then parting the rest of the barrels. gun and two barrels maybe start around $200? Not really sure these days. Most people don't know how awesome they are.

I personally might be interested in buying a barrel off of you. I like that sp AA that's on the gun in the pic.

toymachine 12-12-2012 06:46 PM

250 isn't an unrealistic price, but it would go sooner for 200 (for everything). you'd probably make more money parting out, as some of the items, especially the 12g changer and old site assembly, are worth a pretty penny. 300 for the whole kit isn't unreasonable though, although more than that, while I wouldn't say unfair, is probably gonna lead to no one buying it.

Penarol10 12-13-2012 10:41 PM

Dude I always loved that gun! Unfortunately the market right now just isn't that great for anything that isnt very very old/rare or CCM.

For the rest of you, I've been shot by that thing more than a few times, it works, trust me.

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