It's made by Miltech Arms. Like new condition. It has a correct type Unertal scope - but it is not USMC marked. What is the resale value on it? If anyone has any addtional info on this Miltech rifle I would like to be educated. Thanks!
Unfortuately, like most Commemoratives, Repros, Look-A-Likes, there is virtually no secondary market. Try to sell an $1,800 Rommel American Firearms P38 for more than 3 or $400 or a 1927 WWII Commemorative Thompson that cost close to $2K for more than $800!! Anyway, pretty much a sum of the parts, Rifle $600+, Scope $600+, Bases, gunsmithing $150 = $1,350. Would be surprised if went for much more than that. Skid
The reason being anyone at anytime can build one of these up, the value only goes up as the parts ( 1903, c-stocks, unertls ) go up in price. I build them up as shooters because I want to experience shooting a rifle as close as possible to the original rig. I can compare M1C, 1941 Marine, PE, PU, K98, M70, M40, M40A1 snipers. Use my reloads and bust the myths that I read so often on this site, can't believe how accurate everyones personal rifle is?
Future project: 45/70 Sharps with a era ( replica ) long scope or a .451 cal Whitworth again with an era type scope.