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Old 07-02-2012, 03:58 AM   #1
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had fun with my m44 but its time to go...how much should i sell it for?

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Old 07-02-2012, 04:02 AM   #2
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People seem to be asking around $250. If you take it to a pawn shop, they'll offer you around $75. Realistically, meaning how much someone should be willing to pay, would be around $175 -$200.

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Seeing as how it's used

We, need a little more to go on, Ive seen them anywhere from $50-500

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yeah! Pics and information please!

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Sorry, what's the point of bothering to sell it? Just keep the thing already!

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You could just send it my way! Haha!!

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Value really depends on country of origin.

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Value really depends on country of origin.
Also the year of manufacture effects the value. The difference of one year could mean hundreds. Ive got a 1946 M44 that i paid for 89 bucks, which id never sell because its fun and cheap to shoot and i would get so little out of it that theres no point, its not like im hurting for 75 bucks.
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Also the year of manufacture effects the value. The difference of one year could mean hundreds. Ive got a 1946 M44 that i paid for 89 bucks, which id never sell because its fun and cheap to shoot and i would get so little out of it that theres no point, its not like im hurting for 75 bucks.
I gave my son a 1952 Hungarian M44 that I bought years ago. It is all matching, not electro penciled, but stamped. The fact that it is a Hungarian makes it worth more. Great fit and finish, very accurate. No Red shellac, just oil.
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