i owned one of these and seen them at gun shows for 800- 1200 dollars
i also found this story
Built by the Springfield Armory in the 20's and 30's for training purposes. It simulated the weight of the 30 caliber rifle, while consuming the much cheaper .22 ammunition. To keep the weight in line, Springfield used a 30 caliber barrel, underbored to .22, and in the process accidentally created an extremely accurate rifle. I got this one partially out of sentimental attachment. I was shooting my father's M2 at the age of 13 - when I was younger, I couldn't hold it up. M2's have become quite expensive in the last few years, with pristine examples bringing upwards of $1,000 these days. I got this one much cheaper ($500) because the stock had been refinished. Or so I thought... read on. Was offered $700 for it before I could get out the door of the gun show, but I bought it to shoot, not to make money on. This is a later M2, with the small peep sight on the rear. I'd love to find the larger peep sight, as this one doesn't really blank out the background. But, it shoots well, even if the clip doesn't feed correctly. Update - I have been able to trace the serial number on this particular M2, and it's origins explain the shiny stock which I had previously attributed to an ill advised refinish. This particular rifle began its service life at the US Coast Guard Academy, which tends to explain the shiny finish - put on for the cadets to agonize over. Firearm values vary greatly. Obviously condition has a lot to do with what a gun is worth (your original question was like saying "I have a Ford F-150, what's it worth?", but for collectible guns this apparent rule changes. For example, 1903 Bushmaster A4 in spite of it's original condition, say a broken stock with matching number and cartouche stamp is worth considerably more than one that has been repaired, even by a competent gunsmith. Shootable 1903's can fetch upwards of $1000 but getting one from the Civillian Marksmanship Program can reduce your cost without sacrificing quality. I think I paid around $500 for mine and it's mint, nearly museum quality. Basically all 1903's and Garands have been asenal reconditioned by the military at some point. They are utility rifles and most have seen a lot of use. Bottom line, if it's in rough shape but functional I'd leave it alone because any modifications you make will reduce the value. Also, be certain your 1903 falls in the safe range of serial numbers. Some rifles depending upon who made them (Rock Island Arsenal -vs- Springfield -vs- Remington) had problems with the tempering process, making the recievers brittle and unsafe to shoot high pressure loads like the 30-06. You can get more information from a book called "Hatcher's Notebook" by J.S. Hatcher. It has a lot of information on military firearms from this era and sells on amazon for about $20.
The value of ANY firearm is based on exact make, model and condition. Without knowing the condition of your Springfield, and what piece is missing, we really cannot make an accurate estimate of value. Your best bet would be to take the (unloaded) rifle to a gun show in your area, where a knowledgeable dealer or collector could give you an accurate worth- and maybe make you an offer (offer WILL be less than value). Please note that your rifle is a "low serial number" rifle, which has heat treatment issues, and should NOT be fired. Further information on low serial number Springfield's can be found at the website for the Dept. of Civilian Marksmanship.
i dont know may be 200111
The value of an 863 Springfield musket depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 525.00 and 650.00 as of 2014.
The value of an 1863 Springfield musket depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 525.00 and 650.00 as of 2014.
The Springfield 410 model 67b pump shotgun is valued at $200 in fair condition. In good condition, it is valued at $300.
The value of the Springfield Model 75 varies greatly with its condition. The gun could be valued at about 100 dollars to about 150 dollars in good condition.
$400 and up depending on overall condition
The Springfield Trapdoor series of rifles vary in value based on condition and type. Condition includes the state of the wood, bore, metal, action and level of originality. An 1899 Springfield Trapdoor in excellent to museum grade condition can fetch thousands of dollars. Fair condition rifles can be worth around 700$ or more as of July 2014.
The value of a Springfield hand gun model V10 depends on its condition. This weapon in excellent condition is valued between 450.00 and 575.00 as of 2014.
If it is in uncirculated condition and is missing all of the clad layer it could have a value of about $600. In uncirculated condition and is missing part of the clad layer it could have a value of about $300. In circulated condition and is missing all of the clad layer it could have a value of about $60. In circulated condition and missing part of the clad layer it could have a value of about $30.
About $50.00 if in like new condition.
The Stephens Springfield 22 caliber model 840 rifle is values at $250 in fair condition. In good condition, it is valued at $400.
A Savage Springfield 67H is worth between 100 and 200 dollars pending on condition.
How much a Springfield 16-gauge single shot is worth largely depends on the condition of the rifle. In good condition, it is valued at about 70 US dollars.
The value of a Springfield 12 gauge shotgun 67D varies by the condition of the gun. As of 2014 this gun sells for between 150.00 and 225.00 in excellent condition.
that depends on overall condition...................
from $50 to $150 depending on condition and location.
Good condition about 150 usd
An autographed poster of Dusty Springfield is worth about $18.00. The condition must be excellent with no tears or creases.
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The value of a Springfield 1846 .69 caliber musket in excellent condition varies slightly with the collector's market. This gun could fetch about 4000 dollars at auction.
The value of a 1955 Springfield Savage pump 410 shot gun in excellent condition as of 2014 is 650.00. This gun has sold at auction for as much as 900.00.
400-900 dollars,depending on the condition of your rifle,and that your rifle is in its original condition.
$125 0r so depends on condition & Location
inquire at: Antique Arms.com
depending on overall condition $300 $800