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Old 01-21-2011, 12:11 PM
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Default Lithgow .22 Trainer

Hi Folks
I have a John Jovino Lithgow .22 Trainer I am trying to Value for Sale.
I know about the Guns this importer put together out of Aussie Parts they purchased and the "T" Suffix SN's, this is one of those guns.
This gun is as Shipped and never fired, Brand New in Wrap.
Wood is Brand new, Metal is Fresh Park.


Receiver:

Crown over G.R.
B.S.A. Co
1912
Sht L.E.
III


SN on Receiver and Back of Bolt handle match: T14XX


Stock: SLAZ 43
Crown 3S
Heal is Marked "S"

Forearm Marked SLAZ 44 "B"


Most Other Parts Marked "BA"








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Old 01-21-2011, 3:04 PM
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Very nice! I suggest checking Gunbroker for sold examples to see what the market is paying these days. I paid $300 for this one about 5 years ago and felt I got a good deal:


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Old 01-21-2011, 3:26 PM
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thehummerguy,
I second the motion by smle-man of checking for comparable sales. Since your trainer is a "put together" by someone other than Lithgow or BSA, it would probably be worth a little less than a "correct" one, but it is attractive and clean, and if it shoots well, someone may go for it at a higher value.
The original prefix for a 1912 BSA SMLE was "U" or "V", so the "T" definately ties it to JJCo.

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