100-1000 USD or so
Around 200 in mint as of 2009 it will go up in value being the first semi auto .22 rifle
What do you have? The Savage/Springfield 84C is a .22 semiauto rifle, not a .30/30. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Garand rifle is a semiauto, not a bolt action. Do you have a Model 1903A3 bolt action? A Model 1917 bolt action?
They can be sold for 69.00 and up. up to 100.00
50-1000 depending on specifics
.22 semiauto rifle made by Savage/Stevens for Sears 1938-1941, with some very minimal production during WW2. Value is going to top at $100. email@example.com
Please list all the markings on the gun, exactly as they are marked. Franchi did make a .22 semiauto rifle, but they are primarily a shotgun manufacturer. ACCIAIO? firstname.lastname@example.org
Dependent on condition, anywhere from $300 - $500.
It was made by the Baker Gun & Forging Co in Batavia NY. They are generally known for their double shotguns, but they did offer this little semiauto rifle from c.1901 through c.1918. The company was sold to H&D Folsom in 1919. www.countrygunsmith.net
About $60- $100 If you have missing or broken parts call Numrich.