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Thumper
10-10-2009, 2:12 PM
I have 3 older bolt action rifles. I would like to know what they might be worth.

First one is a Winchester Model 54 in 30-06. serial number 119xx. From what I have found, this puts the manufacturing date around 1927.

http://i731.photobucket.com/albums/ww311/jmkuhry/JMK_0011Large.jpg

http://i731.photobucket.com/albums/ww311/jmkuhry/JMK_0017Large.jpg

The front sight does have some damage done to it.

http://i731.photobucket.com/albums/ww311/jmkuhry/JMK_0014Large.jpg

Second one is a Winchester Model 70 in 300 Winchester Magnum. serial number 744xxx. From what I have found, this puts manufacturing date around 1965.

http://i731.photobucket.com/albums/ww311/jmkuhry/JMK_0030Large-1.jpg

http://i731.photobucket.com/albums/ww311/jmkuhry/JMK_0036Large.jpg

Third one is a Interarms Mark X in 7mm Remington Magnum. serial number is A35xx. I don't know much about this one at all.

http://i731.photobucket.com/albums/ww311/jmkuhry/JMK_0019Large.jpg


I am just hoping to get some idea as to the value of these and maybe some information about the Interarms Mark X rifle.

Thanks,

Jon.

eric2063
10-11-2009, 12:26 PM
Jon, do you have any history on the Interarms? It really looks like the guns we were building in our gunsmithing class in high school. They were almost all built with Interarms barreled actions and had nearly identical stock highlights as yours. I have one in 30-06 that I would never sell

Mikeb
10-11-2009, 12:46 PM
Jon, do you have any history on the Interarms? It really looks like the guns we were building in our gunsmithing class in high school. They were almost all built with Interarms barreled actions and had nearly identical stock highlights as yours. I have one in 30-06 that I would never sell

I hope I don't get slapped for thread crapping, but the idea of gunsmithing classes in high school makes me sad for where we have gotten to. You should make sure the history of your rifle is handed down with the rifle it's self.

and uh BTT
Mike

swerv512
10-11-2009, 3:49 PM
that's no fair, he had gunsmithing in high school....
all i had was choir...:mad:

Thumper
10-11-2009, 6:44 PM
Jon, do you have any history on the Interarms? It really looks like the guns we were building in our gunsmithing class in high school. They were almost all built with Interarms barreled actions and had nearly identical stock highlights as yours. I have one in 30-06 that I would never sell

Actually, I don't know anything about it. That's kind of why I am asking :D I wish I had a gunsmithing class in high school, that would have been a lot of fun.

I am looking at it now and see the following markings.

Interarms Alexandria, Virginia with Zastaya, Yugoslavia underneath that. Also to the right of that looks like what could be a CZ type logo. Thats all the markings I could find. I tried to research it on the internet, but I wasn't able to find much out there.

Jon.

nic
10-11-2009, 6:49 PM
Man, I wish I had a gunsmithing class in high school!

bruceflinch
10-11-2009, 7:50 PM
Jon, do you have any history on the Interarms? It really looks like the guns we were building in our gunsmithing class in high school. They were almost all built with Interarms barreled actions and had nearly identical stock highlights as yours. I have one in 30-06 that I would never sell

When & Where was that?

freonr22
10-11-2009, 7:53 PM
are they all c&r?

tankerman
10-11-2009, 8:33 PM
$450
$300
$300

Thumper
10-12-2009, 8:45 PM
Thanks Tankerman :D

That is what I was looking for. My boss is interested in the M70 and I have listed up the M54 on gunbroker. Probably going to list the Mark X up later this week as well.

FreonR22...

As for being C&R, I would imagine that only the M54 would qualify from what I have read. The M70 is not quite old enough and I have no knowledge as to the year on the Mark X.



jon.