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What is the value of a British 303 from World War 2?

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Answered 2009-05-03 14:47:40

Depends on which variation, its originality and condition. A cut-down "sporterized" SMLE will bring maybe $100. Rare sniper variants of the No 4 in original condition will bring well over $500.

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