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 Post subject: 91/30 Mosin Nagant value?
PostPosted: Sat Jun 25, 2016 5:35 pm 
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91/30 Mosin-Nagant w/hex receiver that has been drilled and tapped fitted with a rail and a scope the barrel has been professionally cut down there is a curved bolt it has a black Monte Carlo stock with side saddle and sling.
What's this worth, guys???


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 Post subject: Re: 91/30 Mosin Nagant value?
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Hardly anyone is interested in the Mosin's once they've been sporterized, there's just too many affordable rifles in calibers that are more accurate and more readily available than the 7.62x54r is. If you got $200 out of I'd say you were lucky, more along the lines of $165-$175.

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mogunner wrote:
Hardly anyone is interested in the Mosin's once they've been sporterized, there's just too many affordable rifles in calibers that are more accurate and more readily available than the 7.62x54r is. If you got $200 out of I'd say you were lucky, more along the lines of $165-$175.

Not mine. Someone is trying to trade it to me. I just needed to get a handle on its real value.
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In my experience, what most sellers of sporterized rifles value them at, is take the market value of the original rifle, which is around $220 for a hex Mosin 91/30, then add in the cost of everything that they did to it. By that logic, that rifle would be worth about $600. But you can go buy a Savage Axis or Ruger American in .308 that will outperform it drastically for around $325

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The bolt is worth more than the rest of the rifle. he ruined it when he modded it... I wouldn't give more than 150 for it, the bolt is worth 100

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