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Need a DETAILED description of ALL markings, barrel length, type of action.

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Value of a 1980 Winchester rifle 22 short octagonal barrel?


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The minimum legal barrel length for a rifle without requiring it to be tax stamped and registered as a Short Barreled Rifle is 16 inches - that's federal law, and not just Vermont.


Springfield is the manufacturer. A rifle is a long arm with a rifled barrel. A carbine is a short rifle, generally considered having a barrel length of 20 inches or less. All carbines are rifles but not all rifles are carbines.


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Without requiring a permit for a short-barreled rifle (SBR), 16 inches. That's federal law.


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Without a detailed description, no way to tell. Broad range of 100-1000 USD.


Provide a detailed description of all markings.


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Mine says. short-long & long rifle, right on the barrel.


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