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Looking for a Rifle Scope? Come check our selection.

Rifle Scopes are available in our pawn shops in Salt Lake City and Utah county area. We offer the safest ways to pawn, buy, and sell guns legally in the country.
Going to a gun store or a gun shop is not necessary,  Sportsmans Pawn Shops in Utah are federally registered firearms dealers and follow the same regulations as other gun shops. This ensures that all guns bought and sold within the store are licensed, registered, and legal to both sell and own.

Whether pistols or hunting rifles, guns hold their high value very well, and are a great item to pawn in you're in need of cash.Selling your gun or pawning your gun for a cash loan is quick and convenient. Our pawn shops are prepared with the necessary forms and background checks to get you cash today. Selling handguns to your local pawn shop is much more reliable and safe than selling your gun to an unknown buyer you've made contact with online.

Selling or pawning your scopes is easy, with three simple steps:

Step 1: Establish Value of your Rifle Scope

Before bringing your scope in to the pawn shop, it would be helpful to know the estimated value of the scope. There are a few different websites designed to help you establish the market value of your scope. This is convenient to help you know its value without needing to visit a gun store.

Step 2: Preparing To Sell Your Scope

If you plan on brining your scope in to be looked over for possible sell or pawn, it's always a good idea to have it cleaned up looking its best. If you're planning on bringing a scope in, while still attached to your gun, please be cautious of how you're carrying the firearm.

Always bring the firearm in a locked case, unloaded, with the magazine separate. Cleaning your gun and scope before you bring it in is always recommended, your scope first to ensure it is looking its best. Make sure to bring your ID, registration information, and any history you may have on the gun, such as previous owners, etc. Remember that pawn shops may conduct a background check and will not accept firearms from a minor, nor from anyone who is not a legal state resident.

Workmanship, unique qualities, designer brands, and other characteristics may increase the resale value. Gather as much information as you can on the product before bringing it into the pawn shop. Include any family history, documentation, receipts, or other information to give an accurate representation of the quality of both the gun and the scope.

Step 3: Pawn or Sell your Scopes

Next, you'll need to decide whether you'd like to pawn your scope, or sell it outright. If you pawn your item, you are agreeing to put it up as collateral for a cash loan. Be sure you understand the terms and conditions of the offer before making your decision. Generally, a pawn loan gives you 30 days to pay back the loan and pick up your scope. If you can't pay back the loan, the shop keeps your item. Whichever you choose, having a good idea of what your scope is worth is going to help you know what to expect, making it easier to decide whether you want to make the sale or not.

Guns are one of the few possessions that hold their value fairly well over time. Pistols, hunting rifles, and antique handguns are some of the most popular items bought and sold in pawn shops across the country. Doing your homework, coming prepared, and understanding the value of your item is the best way to ensure you get your moneys worth in the sale of your scope.

If you don't find what you're looking for here that doesn't mean that we don't have or accept it.
Call us to check to see if we have a certain item or if we can accept your pawn item.

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