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i was at a local gun shop that just opened about a mile from my work. a walk across the street from the local highschool lol. anyways, they had a m91 remmintion rifle. i believe the date was 1918 but dont hold me to it. the stock was a very nice walnut with some dents and dings, the metal had its original finish and i did not see an import mark on it. the bore was worn but serviceable, and the gun was all numbers match. he wanted 300 even for it. i dont know if its a fair price or not for it. he had other mosins for 89 and i checked them out too. does it sound fair??
 

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If it is in original configuration (stock, barrel not chopped, etc), doesn't have any markings removed, like the eagles, it is likely worth $300. If it happens to be all Remington parts, it could be worth a lot more. You say all matching. Matching serial numbers in how many places? An all original, matching Remington is worth another thousand+....
 
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