In my neighborhood, 9422's go very high, with a premium on the 9422M's. Currently, for sale in the local money pit, are a very nice 9422M with checkered stock, but with a non-factory flip-up sight mounted on the tang, which is marked at $850. There is also a 9422M Win-Cam, which is rather rough, with pitting on the receiver and else where, which is marked at $500. There are no takers, yet. A 9422M Trapper with case-hardened receiver in about 98% sold recently for $900. I passed on that one as well.
It does depend on just exactly which variation your 9422M is, as to what it's worth, but if it is as you describe, for say, $500, that rifle wouldn't last 5 minutes on the rack around here!
As another poster mentioned, it's a volatile market. I might add, the Tributes are dogs around here, they had to be closed out at (relatively) very low prices, and I don't see much interest in them on GunBroker even now. Check out GunBroker, and watch to see what rifles like yours are actually selling for! Don't pay any nevermind to what somebody's reserve is, or what the "buy it now" price is, only to what they actually sell for. Hope this helps in some small way!