You will need to include the model number to your question to find a answer.
60 years old
Your serial number indicates that your Springfield model 1903 rifle was made in the year 1919.
your springfield model 1903 rifle is valued from 600-900 dollars at this time.this all depend,s on the amount of original finish left on the rifle,s metal and wood.The bore must also be in clean and shootable condition.The rifle you have was made by springfield in 1910,and the heat treatment to the recievers did not start until serial number 800,000.be careful of shooting any high pressure 30-06 loads in your old springfield.
your springfield trapdoor rifle was made in 1880,with the serial number that you provided.
rifle made in 1887
How old is it? Who Made it? What shape is it in? you need to give more information to find out the value.
a old ww2 bolt action sniper/combat rifle Springfield made many types of bolt action rifles over a century or so
They were manufactured between 1968 an 1972.
Blue Book of Gun Values
what model A 50 year springfield .22 cal rifle would probably refer to a springfield that is at least 50 years old. It is impossible to say more about it without knowing a model and serial.
Your serial number 1313139 shows that your Springfield model 1903 rifle was made in the year 1929.
Only made from 1969-1972.
In general, yes. IF the rifle is a collector's item (not all old guns are) it can lower value greatly.
I believe they were mfg in the 1940's. If your rifle is in good condition and the action and stock are relatively in working order, your rifle is probably worth between 75$ - 130$. It's value is predicated on it's condition.
Depending on the overall condition of your Springfield Trapdoor model 1873,or 1884.These old rifles will bring 750 dollars and up.
Old guns.net has a sight for military weapons made in the US.Get on the sight and slide down until you see military on the left sidebar.click and choose what miltary rifle you are looking for.Then supply the serial number and the date of production will pop up.Your rifle was made at springfield armory in 1944.
It all depends on the age, condition and the collect ability of the rifle.
Check out a copy of Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms from the local library to determine exactly which US Springfield rifle you have. Value will depend on the graded condition, completeness, and originality of the gun. If it is a Model 1868, one about 10 years old gives a value of $250 in poor condition and $800 in excellent. The Springfield Model 1864 is a.k.a. the Model 1863 type II. Value is subjective, however the excellent Italian Pedersoli replicas are $800 plus.
i have an old Sears rifle with a busted stock , does this thing have any value?
If it's marked Springfield and not Stevens, probably circa WWII or so (though they weren't used by troops in the war, that roughly coincides with when they were sold to sportsmen under the Springfield brand name).
To find out how old a Winchester rifle is one would need to take the rifle to an appraiser or gun shop. The gun shop will be able to look up the gun by the serial number.