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So went to pick up a cerakote slide today and they had an old mossberg 46 for sale. Looks like the one below without a scope. The ammo tube needs some work, and the safety does NOT work. Blue is in good shape.
They are asking $300. I have zero idea what these are worth, or how difficult parts would be to locate. Seems like a nice fixer though. Thoughts?
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Confirmed Mossbergaholic here. Damn things are addictive- got about 2 dozen, I think they multiply when you turn off the lights in the gun safe.

I would consider $300 to be rather high, would go for $200 for an excellent specimen, but I'm a Cheap Chollie.

If you get into Mossys, you will need to bookmark this website: Havlin Sales & Service - Mossberg Gun Parts

Victor and Cheryl Havlin are THE go-to folks for anything Mossberg. Besides being very nice folks to deal with, they run the Mossberg Collector's Association. Victor used to work for Mossberg, and literally wrote the book on them.

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So went to pick up a cerakote slide today and they had an old mossberg 46 for sale. Looks like the one below without a scope. The ammo tube needs some work, and the safety does NOT work. Blue is in good shape.
They are asking $300. I have zero idea what these are worth, or how difficult parts would be to locate. Seems like a nice fixer though. Thoughts?
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The $ is only worth .50 right now so it's 1/2 price ! :p
 

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Thanks C3, that's kind of what I felt like too. Sure would be a nice project, if it were selling for project prices. I might go back and see if they will bargain, but yeah, $200 probably my ceiling considering today's market.
 
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