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What is the value of westernfield 30.06 w a manliken stock and a mauser action?

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2007-11-19 02:38:40
2007-11-19 02:38:40

$300-$450. This rifle was made either by Heym or by FN. If a true Mauser action it will be made in Belgium by FN. Otherwise it will be a Mauser 3000 made by Heym.

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