Iver Johnson Semiauto

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  1. rando

    rando G&G Enthusiast Forum Contributor

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    I came across a good deal I hope on an Iver Johnson Trailblazer 22 semiauto. I have never seen this type of Iver Johnson and only familiar with the M1 style. It came with a scope and sighted in by the guy I bought it from. Is $100 a fair price for this rifle?

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  2. Big Dog

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    Looks like a Savage/Stevens design, judging from the forward magazine placement. Have you shot her yet?
    And yes, a C-note for a good twentytwo rifle is a decent price.
  3. rando

    rando G&G Enthusiast Forum Contributor

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    I havent shot it yet Big Dog. The guy I git it from had just shot it at the local indoor range to sight in the scope. Claims it had good accuracy with the new scope. The scope is a cheapy china made scope but is new and works I guess. I bought a used Glenfield Model 60 also last week and need to get them both to the range.
  4. oldjarhead

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    Shoot her first...at least a full box.
    I agree with Big Dog...$100 is decent for a scoped .22 depending on her functionality.
    You may have to re-sight the scope for you.
  5. rondog

    rondog G&G Enthusiast

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    Clean it up and you'll enjoy it the rest of your life. And your kids and grandkids after that! I think you did very well for $100.
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