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What is value of win mod 94 38-55 half octagon half round barrel short mag checkered stock ser 179996?

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2008-01-31 20:27:23
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No reasonable estimate of value can be made without a detailed description of CONDITION. Only a very broad range of values can be given for conditions ranging from POOR to EXCELLENT. POOR: $200.00 EXCELLENT: $15,000.00 OR MORE, DEEPENDING ON SPECIAL ORDER FEATURES that were added at time of manufacture.

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