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    1945 springfield

    is a springfield at $1100.00 with the serial no. 3671842 a fair price? gun looks to be in good shape, and stock is nice with a few cartouche marks. barrel does not swallow a round, it looks to be sticking out between 1/4" to an 1/8" at the muzzle. i dont have access to a gauge. thanks in advance for any help.

    #2
    Without pictures and /or detailed descriptions we can't give you an honest assessment of the rifle. Basically you've said, "I found an old Chevy/Ford and the tires are good. Should I buy it?"
    Jon

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ID:	17546 i did give a description. the only way i could post pictures is if i bought it. it has a matching barrel, and mostly springfield parts.
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        #4
        i was able to upload some pics.

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          #5
          here are some more pics.
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            #6
            IMO there are better deals to be had. Garand prices are at a low right now

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              #7
              he's come down to 1000.00

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                #8
                Play the game and get one from the CMP for a little over $700. It's not difficult unless some one is just a lazy azz .
                Jon

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                  #9
                  You say 1/8 to 1/4 showing at the muzzle?? 1/8 is pretty darn worn. Which is it 1/8 or 1/4?
                  Rifles prices are down, I just saw a very nice garand sell on another forum for $750

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                    #10
                    It's a mixed parts / mixed era late WWII receiver. If the barrel was in in the white and no chrome at the gas port...and the TE and MW were decent, I'd maybe offer 800-900. if there were other premium parts (uncut correct op-rod, etc.) I might nudge more to the high end.

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                      #11
                      If you can go the CMP route. I just got a very nice service grade from that with a lot of correct dated parts on it.

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