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Old 09-16-2009, 03:43 PM
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? for the gun guru's

got a noob question for you guys.... my dad gave me 2 rilfes a long long time ago... they are pretty old and wanted to see if they where worth anything...

one is a Winchester pump action .22 pat jan 29 1901


second is a Bolt actoin Enfield 1917 Smt L E

thanks for any help you can give me

here is a pic of both

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man that pistol looks good
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The Enfield could be worth some money. The .22lr not worth much but is nice for a collection.

The pistol looks good.
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Old 09-16-2009, 04:16 PM
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Thanks guys.... i have only shot both once before about 8 years ago... they have been sitting in my case locked up since then.... thats my 9mm Beretta... and i just finished paying for the rest of the parts for my AR 15.. i got: flip up front and rear free float auminum quad rail, stage 2 trigger,ext latch assembled headspace 1 in 9 twist front steel oversize gasblock... 16" barrel.. p......lus the red dot optics with 3x 90 deg rotate to detach mount

hoping to get this in 2 weeks so i can finish building her... and no im not a big balla so i didnt get high end Aimpoint optics yet... it seems silly to me to spend 1k+ on optics when i can buy another gun for that price....

anyways.. ill def take pics of that thing when its done

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hmm they look to be in good shape for the age...the enfield could be worth anything between 500 to 3000 just a guess, for the .22 probably a couple hundred
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Old 09-16-2009, 04:37 PM
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i was looking for a 22 pump a couple years ago. a decent Win was 250-350 then. I bought a Rem at a show for 250 and thought i did good.If it wasnt a gallery gun and plum wore out it should be a hoot to shoot. Mine puts fear in squirrels come hunting season.I have a handfull of guns to pick from, but an afternoon of plicking with a slick action 22 is just plain fun!Nice guns, enjoy!
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Old 09-16-2009, 06:40 PM
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Thanks for the Info guys.... im def going to keep them... was just wondering what they were worth...
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Dont have a clue about the Enfield.
But I collect .22s and that looks to be a 1906, hard to tell from the pic could be an 1890
What cal. is stamped an the barrel? i.e. long, short, long rifle or all three or WRF.
That gun is worth a min. of $400 and could be worth as much as $1200-$1400 if its the right cal. ang date of mfg.
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Dont have a clue about the Enfield.
But I collect .22s and that looks to be a 1906, hard to tell from the pic could be an 1890
What cal. is stamped an the barrel? i.e. long, short, long rifle or all three or WRF.
That gun is worth a min. of $400 and could be worth as much as $1200-$1400 if its the right cal. ang date of mfg.
says 22 WRF
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Thats good...........thats real good

Now its worth a min of $650!
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