mosin value

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by Adam9x, Nov 14, 2014.

  1. Adam9x

    Adam9x New Member

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    I have a 1941 Finnish m39 mosin with the straight stock from the best of my knowledge only 6200 were made like this anyone have an idea on the value
     
  2. ogre

    ogre
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    One was for sale on Armslist for $425 in August.
     
  3. Adam9x

    Adam9x New Member

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    Yeah I was just wondering I like it to much to sell but all my guns go into my insurance policy and I only got 100$ in it
     
  4. Doc In UPlace

    Doc In UPlace
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    Doesn't matter what you have in it, the insurance is for replacement value, and you are reimbursed when you produce a receipt for having replaced it.

    $360 plus shipping and FFL fee.
     
  5. DieselScout

    DieselScout
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    My insurance is an "agreed value" policy. I tell them how much coverage I want for my firearms and they give me a yearly payment to get that. They pay out, no receipt needed. My Dad has the same thing on a restored Scout we did for my Mom. The market doesn't reflect what it coats to replace it.
     
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  6. Adam9x

    Adam9x New Member

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    Good to know
     
  7. Sabertooth

    Sabertooth
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    Mosin Nagant? From what I read they where made in the U.S to be shipped over seas during WW2. Some where kept in the U.S. and issued to the American military personal. My son picked up one that was made by Remington in 1917. The value in these rifle is dependent on who made them and what model they are and of course condition. You can also get military ammo or new ammo. Military is corrosive, so make sure you clean it after you use it. My son's is very accurate.
     
  8. Slobray

    Slobray
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    Sabertooth is right.


    If you really want to know more about what you have, http://7.62x54r.net/ is a great web sight for just about everything Mosin.


    Ray
     
  9. Adam9x

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    Thanks for all the input guys but I had a pro at a gun shop look at it to see if I was close on what I thought and I was its in between 1000-1500 range
     

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