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|07-28-2008, 06:25 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Brass Ninja Nightmare
I might have the chance to pick up a brass Brass Eagle Ninja Nightmare. I haven't seen it yet. I am just going off the sellers details.
I have searched old threads here and looked at the old blue book and prices seem to be from $150-250.
I realize it is only worth what people are willing to pay, so for those of you who would be interested: What is it worth to you?
|07-28-2008, 06:29 PM||#2 (permalink)|
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I'd pay $200 for a ninja nightmare myself....
|07-28-2008, 07:35 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Just got off the phone with the guy. He said that it holds 18 shots in the top tube and is set up for co2 cartridges. Also comes with the Crosman stock. He again said that it was all brass. He regrets that he cannot find the "Raincover" (I had to teach him the term.) that he used with it.
Ten years ago, he was offered $600 from a field/store owner here in Michigan. He was hoping that it was worth around that. I told him what the going rates seems to be. He is going to get back with me.
All of the Ninja's I see on Vintage Rex seem to be direct feed and have tanks with the exception of the very first picture. What is the current factory set-up of a Ninja, or could you get them in different configurations?
|07-28-2008, 09:06 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Stock Class Sauté
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Columbia, MO
-LB or LB Comp (early ones were brass bodied)
-Factory DF (early version were pointed backwards at an angle and made of steel)
-Factory California CA w/ 10 oz. Thermovalved tank
|07-31-2008, 09:41 PM||#8 (permalink)|
A Suffusion of Yellow
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Behind the 8 ball
Mine don't either. I saw an old (then) sale ad long ago in APG for the ninja. I didn't know anything about them at the time, but I DO remember it being a long barrel with a stock, california tank, and a scope. If I'm not mistaken, the comp models were direct-feed. You could check out vintagerex.com for a little more info on these, and they also have an exploded view of them. Once you have that, and if you're mechanically inclined, they're not too hard to figure out. Good luck!
The beauty of the Automag is that when you get it set up just how you want it, you discover that you have enough leftover parts to build 2 loaners.
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