Does anyone have an idea what a good price to pay for one of these in reasonably good condition would be? Made in 1951, Thanks!
I have seen good ones from 300 to 600 lately. Check some of the auction sites such ac Gunbroker.com, pr auction arms to see current selling prices.
It also depends on the model and whether is been altered. Believe at that time they offered a rifle (A and ADL - deluxe) a carbine (C) and sporting carbine (SC and SD - deluxe)
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I got one a few months back, plain jane Model A with the long barrel for $300.00 at a gun show. I'm very pleased with it.
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Thanks for the input guys! The one I have stumbled upon is $300. I guess I'd better consider buying it...
Yep, 300 is a decent price on a good A model.
Thanks for the good info guys! Greatly appreciated!
I ran across one for $225 in .32 1949 but it was drilled and tapped and had a 2.5 Weaver with tip off mounts. Came with two boxes of vintage ammo, 170 and 150gn silvertips. Also had a nice leather sling, and a hand tooled leather case. Sold the ammo and case for more than I paid for the whole shebang gave the scope and mount to a fella with a factory drilled and tapped gun, over in New York. But I do like the gun it is one of my favorites.
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