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Old 02-27-2013, 07:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Bloodsucker?



My friend is selling this marker.
How old is it and what is it worth?

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Old 02-27-2013, 08:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'd say $100 or so mainly because of the condition and cool color but hard to say who the buyer is these days.
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Old 02-27-2013, 08:38 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Wow I thought it would be worth a lot more. It looks really cool though.
I might just get it to mess around with. If its cheap enough
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Old 02-28-2013, 06:55 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I'd up that quote. Rare anno for a Bloodsucker, and the TASO iron sights would up the ante.

I'd offer it at $150.00.
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It looks in really good shape... usually they are all beat to heck.

I remember when they came out. Around 88 or 89? Along with the Razorback and Rebline. They were basically knockoffs of the Bushmaster. This was back when you top-line Bushmasters might run $400, so a Bloodsucker at $199 was a steal.

It was the ion of the day. The Bushy, Phantom, Ghost and SNiper were all great guns, but too crazy expensive for the average player. The SHeridans and Nightmares were cheaper, but had reputations for being slower, or problematic.
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It looks in really good shape... usually they are all beat to heck.

I remember when they came out. Around 88 or 89? Along with the Razorback and Rebline. They were basically knockoffs of the Bushmaster. This was back when you top-line Bushmasters might run $400, so a Bloodsucker at $199 was a steal.
This is the truth and the reason I got my Bloodsucker back in the day. The bone stock Bloodsucker was 189.99 (came with a stock Nelspot trigger frame), then it had options tahta added it to the price like the lonestar frame, anti kink/adjustable bolt, and then there was the Bloodsucker II that had a removable barrel. If the barrel twists off it is a Bloodsucker II and possibly worth more.
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