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Hi guys,I just purchased one this morning at a estate auction for 150$.Ita dated1916 and its pretty clean.I only own 1 other 96 so i am not up on pricing,I assume i could not make a mistake at that price.Was i right?
 

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Hi guys,I just purchased one this morning at a estate auction for 150$.Ita dated1916 and its pretty clean.I only own 1 other 96 so i am not up on pricing,I assume i could not make a mistake at that price.Was i right?
If the carbine is correct, I don't see how you could have went wrong by not buying it. Show us pics and you'll find out if you got a smokin' deal.
 

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With your description , I do not see how anyone could price that gun ????? Is it in complete military configuration or sporterized ????? $150 is the going rate on a M-94 sporter . Full military could bring up to $1000 or more . Many differant things can determine the value of a M-94 , or is it really a M-94/14 ?????? Give a complete description & photos .
 

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If the carbine is correct, I don't see how you could have went wrong by not buying it. Show us pics and you'll find out if you got a smokin' deal.
If the carbine is complete, not sporterized, and in any kind of decent condition, in other words not a total beater, you did okay. You most likely did extremely well, congratulations.
 
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