It just depends...matching stock, handguard, barrel, and receiver? No other parts should be numbered if in 8x50R. Are all parts K marked for Steyr or R marked for Budapest? Is it Steyr or Budapest? Any unit markings on the top of the buttplate? Wn or Bp preceeding the date? All of these influence the value. I consider a matching M95 long rifle in 8x50R a good deal if under $450, but they can go much higher depending on all those things mentioned above.