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SFV_Dealer
07-23-2006, 9:53 AM
Hi,
I am a type 01 FFL dealer but have no experience with C&R type guns. Can anyone help: ID, age, approx worth of this rifle ?
1645
1646
As you can tell, I am a modern arms dealer (note the Rock River Arms case)... The blue book is somewhat vague and I can't tell the value...
Any help would be appreciated. My customer wants to know if it is worth anything. I am going the customer's 15 guns of older Mausers, Winchesters, and Anschutz on GunBroker.com....

m24armorer
07-24-2006, 12:02 AM
The way it looks I would think about 800.00 on a good day. Having the receiver front ring drilled and tapped really hurts. Is the barrel also tapped for a front scope block?

Or is the rear receiver bridge tapped. It's hard to tell from the pic about weather the finish is original or redone. Need more pics!

SFV_Dealer
07-25-2006, 9:37 AM
Calguns photo uploads limited to 97K. Can you PM me with your e-mail so that I can send you better photos ?

M. Sage
07-25-2006, 10:03 PM
Calguns photo uploads limited to 97K.

http://putfile.com for photo hosting. Free account with no limits I've run into yet.

Vigilante
08-10-2006, 10:56 PM
Those 1922s are very rare. My dad has two of them and people are always trying to buy them off of him, but he knows better. Too bad that its been drilled and tapped though. $800 seems like a lot for a gun that has been ruined. My guess would be $650-700, but what do I know.

dhl
08-10-2006, 11:52 PM
I'm assuming it doesn't have the scope it was drilled and tapped for.

Sorry Off Topic:
SFV_DEALER, on a side note, has anyone built and shot one of your AR47s yet? Last I heard you were waiting for the uppers. Can you provide any quality reports on the lowers and uppers, a function report and a range report? Thank you.