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Old 11-13-2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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Does anyone know how much m-1 30-06 is worth

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Old 11-13-2012, 10:38 PM   #2
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You need to give more info.
To give you an idea go to Cabela's web page. I think it is www.cabelas.com In the top left is a search box. Hit the down arrow and choose Gun Library. It will have a searchbox in the center. Enter M1 Garand and search. They list a number of M1's and the pertinent info needed for pricing and prices. You will learn what some of the necessary info. that is needed to value a firearm.
Then make your post cause these folks know their stuff.

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With the information given, I'd ballpark it at $500-$3500 , seriously, we need a lot more to go on...

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With the information given, I'd ballpark it at $500-$3500 , seriously, we need a lot more to go on...

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^^^^ This.
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Who made it?? You could have a buyer right here.....

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Your question is equal to "I have a Ford car. It is blue and has a V-8. What's it worth?"

Values will depend on maker, condition, and originality. If you go to the website for the CMP, you can learn a bit about different grades of rifles. It is possible for prices to be all over the place, depending on is it an original, with all matching parts, in very good condition, or is it a rewelded Frankengun with a mongrel dog's heritage, and worn out.

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[QUOTE="mossyoak69"]Does anyone know how much m-1 30-06 is worth made in USA and walnut stock heavy

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Who made it?? You could have a buyer right here.....
It says USA and its made out of walnut stock and Heavy
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The rear of the reciever should read:

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U.S. rifle caliber .30 M1

The blank part will be the maker.

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These are the markings on an M1 Garand. See the maker's name?
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