VSSF is the acronym for Varmint synthetic stainless fluted. The non stainless non fluted brother was VS for varmint synthetic. However call it what you like, a rose by any other name....Is your particular rifle stainless steel and fluted (Varmint Stainless Steel Fluted)? If so, its a different version of the sendero family.
Spife, I hate to admit this but i don't understand what you'retrying to tell me. Could you please dummy this down for me?The varmint/sendero contours are interchangeable with each other.
I think it may be a short/long action designation but the taper etc should be the same.
This is a 1:12 if that helps. $600 would be disappointing, I think they retailed around $1100 and I paid $800 used (less than 50 rounds.)Spife7980 is absolutely right. The ones made in the early 1990s were good rifles. Now the masses want 223s with a faster twist rate. The sendero models are still good rifles. If you’re looking at selling it without the scope you might get $600+. I say this because the 700p in 223 new is about $850. Good luck
Yes, stainless steel fluted barrelIs your particular rifle stainless steel and fluted (Varmint Stainless Steel Fluted)? If so, its a different version of the sendero family.
It wasn’t spife7980 that guesstimated the value it was me. Just my humble opinion on what’s available now. I’m sorry if it seems low and I could be wrong. I paid $590 for mine new. There’s a few on gunbroker ranging from just less than $900 on up but nobody is bidding on them. They’re used rifles and new rifles with similar stuff are about $900, which one would you buy? Something is only worth what someone is willing to pay. Hell someone might be willing to pay more, I was just speaking for myself. Put it out there for what you want and see what happens, you might get it brotherSpife, I hate to admit this but i don't understand what you'retrying to tell me. Could you please dummy this down for me?
This is a 1:12 if that helps. $600 would be disappointing, I think they retailed around $1100 and I paid $800 used (less than 50 rounds.)
Yes, stainless steel fluted barrel
I think the 2 digit code on the barrel is LX or 2003. I bought it around 2009.
Two or three years ago there was a recall on the trigger if that helps.
I’m sorry to hear that. I’m getting close to my expiration date too. Well if it was me I’d sell if I wasn’t gonna shoot again. Take the money and enjoy your time here. I’ve seen too many times after friends have passed while loved ones are grieving, thieving ass “friends or family” walk off with guns and jewelry. Your wife will have enough problems and selling off your stuff will only add to them. You think about what I’m saying and if ever you decide to sell your rifle you just let me know.I paid $600 for the scope, think I could get that out of it today?
I've been told it's best to separate them "IF" you wanted to sell a package. Is that true?
I'm getting up there in years and my objective here is to get some ideas on the table for my wife, as she's gonna be the one that has to deal with this stuff one of these days.
I don’t know if you’re ready to sell anything or not but I just noticed another member looking for a Leupold scope that sounded like yours. His screen name is “tv308”. It hit really close to home the other day when you mentioned that you were trying to get your affairs in order to insure the wellbeing of your wife. I thought about you when I read his listing and wanted to pass the word in case you didn’t read it. Good luckI have a very nice Remington 700 VSSF .223 with a Leupold VARI-X lll 6.5-20X50 on top. Many times when I'm searching for information I will see "Sendero" come up in a description. I don't think this is one, but how do you tell for sure?