Feather Industries AT-9 Question

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I bought this some 20-30 years ago and have put about 50 rounds through it. I haven't used it
in years and want to pass it on.

I don't find much info on it's value on the web, I saw one listing on an auction site that had an
estimate of $750-900 on it.

Any idea what it really is worth ?

Thanks for any info,

Richard S.
 
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I guess these are not as popular as I thought. Here's a couple of pix of mine.
I have added the Barrel Shroud which amps up the "Cool" factor.
The last time I had it at the range it did draw a small crowd.

It shoots quite well and fairly accurate. Not sure how the sliding stock and
high capacity mags fit in with the "PC" crowd these days.

Thanks for the replies,

Richard S.

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What people list guns for and what they actually sell for are completely different.
Looking at gunbroker completed listings I only found 6 that have actually sold.
They sold for right at $575 if you average out all the prices.
They were all in good condition. The cheapest one sold for $426. The most expensive one was new in the box. It sold for $770.
The others sold for $500-$600.
Then of course there was the shipping fees and FFL transfer fees to think about also.

As far as how the sliding stock and mags fit in.
You are in Arizona.
They fit right in.
 
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I bought this some 20-30 years ago and have put about 50 rounds through it. I haven't used it
in years and want to pass it on.

I don't find much info on it's value on the web, I saw one listing on an auction site that had an
estimate of $750-900 on it.

Any idea what it really is worth ?

Thanks for any info,

Richard S.
I sold my mine for $450 & I was glad to get that for it--One of the least accurate guns I have ever owned
 

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