RWS 75 t01

RWS 75 t01

Joined: November 17th, 2005, 9:04 pm

February 12th, 2012, 9:10 pm #1

Looking at an RWS 75 T01 a friend has for sale can anyone tell me there value,, it's a running boar no rear sight, Just a scope rail,, But is an very nice condition,

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February 12th, 2012, 9:34 pm #2

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February 12th, 2012, 9:37 pm #3

Looking at an RWS 75 T01 a friend has for sale can anyone tell me there value,, it's a running boar no rear sight, Just a scope rail,, But is an very nice condition,

mic
Known as 75K I believe.Used as scope only gun.I have seen them for sale for from $600.00 to $1000.00.Blue Book shows a value of $850.00 for a 100% standard Model 75.
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February 12th, 2012, 9:41 pm #4

Rifle is original and stock and bluing are A-1

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February 12th, 2012, 10:25 pm #5

Looking at an RWS 75 T01 a friend has for sale can anyone tell me there value,, it's a running boar no rear sight, Just a scope rail,, But is an very nice condition,

mic
Heywood is the Ph.D of the Diana 75, so he will no doubt fix all the mistakes I'm about to make!

But I believe I am correct in saying the true Running Boar version was unique in having a scope rail that ran the full length of the receiver, from the loading port to the rear cap. The RB's also had a unique single-stage trigger set-up to conform to RB rules. This is a very rare and sought-after rifle, IIRC the number built didn't even reach three figures?

The 75U ("Universal") version used pretty much the same stock, and without sights is very similar in appearance to the Running Boar. But the U has a normal-length scope rail, and typical 2-stage 10-meter match trigger. So while a very valuable air rifle in its own right, the U is not quite the rare jewel that an RB is.
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February 12th, 2012, 10:27 pm #6

Known as 75K I believe.Used as scope only gun.I have seen them for sale for from $600.00 to $1000.00.Blue Book shows a value of $850.00 for a 100% standard Model 75.
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February 12th, 2012, 10:48 pm #7

Heywood is the Ph.D of the Diana 75, so he will no doubt fix all the mistakes I'm about to make!

But I believe I am correct in saying the true Running Boar version was unique in having a scope rail that ran the full length of the receiver, from the loading port to the rear cap. The RB's also had a unique single-stage trigger set-up to conform to RB rules. This is a very rare and sought-after rifle, IIRC the number built didn't even reach three figures?

The 75U ("Universal") version used pretty much the same stock, and without sights is very similar in appearance to the Running Boar. But the U has a normal-length scope rail, and typical 2-stage 10-meter match trigger. So while a very valuable air rifle in its own right, the U is not quite the rare jewel that an RB is.
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Joined: November 17th, 2005, 9:04 pm

February 12th, 2012, 10:54 pm #8

Heywood is the Ph.D of the Diana 75, so he will no doubt fix all the mistakes I'm about to make!

But I believe I am correct in saying the true Running Boar version was unique in having a scope rail that ran the full length of the receiver, from the loading port to the rear cap. The RB's also had a unique single-stage trigger set-up to conform to RB rules. This is a very rare and sought-after rifle, IIRC the number built didn't even reach three figures?

The 75U ("Universal") version used pretty much the same stock, and without sights is very similar in appearance to the Running Boar. But the U has a normal-length scope rail, and typical 2-stage 10-meter match trigger. So while a very valuable air rifle in its own right, the U is not quite the rare jewel that an RB is.

Here are a couple of pics.. just trying to find the real value before ai post it for sale.

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Joined: April 18th, 2001, 2:28 am

February 13th, 2012, 11:36 am #9

A wonderful find!
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