Depending on WHICH Model 44, condition, and which scope- anywhere from $150-$250.
Low cost European rifle.
You can check w/ Mossberg, or with havlinsales at their website- but the bad news is that a complete bolt will cost you about half of the value of the rifle, AND it should be fitted by a gunsmith. Sorry-
The value of a LH Savage 30.06 bolt action rifle like new made about 1970 will be influenced mainly by its condition. On average, this will cost about $600.Ê
There is no such thing as a Mauser 1819. Model numbers then were based on the year they were introduced, and the first bolt action rifle wasn't introduced until 1824. Additionally, Paul Mauser - who founded the company - wasn't even born until 1838.
Clearly the SMG would be the cheapest and easiest to build. The STEN sub machine gun is the best example of this. The only machined part was the bolt, everything else was made from cheap stampings or tube steel. The cost of a STEN was just a few dollars to manufacture.
First suggestion would be Numrich Gun Parts Corp, but they are sold out. You can check Havlin Sales (good supplier for anything Mossberg) but the bolt will likely cost about half of what the shotgun is worth. Sorry-
$50-85, depending on condition. These were low cost shotguns (IIRC, made by Mossberg for Western Auto) but very functional hunting weapons.
Try e-gunparts. 50 USD or so