In addition to condition, the price depends on a few things: 1) Whether the rifle has a fixed or folding stock. 2) The barrel's length (16" or 18"). 3) If there are any extras (i.e. spare parts and accessories).d lewis said:hi new to fn forum what is the going price for good fnc 223
no box one mag.
That configuration is going to be on the low end of the range because people want the shorter barrel and folding stock since those features are considered more "tactical." If you do not have the box, manual, spare parts or accessories, that will also cause the price to be on the lower end of the range. You are going to have to be patient if you are holding out for the full retail price in this market. People are being squeezed right now with higher gas prices, food prices, and uncertainty. Bigger ticket, discretionary purchases are being postponed.d lewis said:it is a fixed stock 18" barrel.