US Remington 30-06 Model 03-A3 Sporterized

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  1. coopone

    coopone
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    I have a US Remington 30-06 Model 03-A3 for sale. It's in good shape. A few scratches here and there but in overall good shape.

    Lowered price $400 OBO. I am selling this for a friend so please allow time for contacting friend.

    Shoot me a PM if you are interested.

    Thanks for looking.


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  2. Mark W.

    Mark W.
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    Has the receiver been drilled for scope mounts? And is this blued?
     
  3. coopone

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    It has been drilled for scope. I don't recall if it was blued. It is a nice polished barrel.
    Don't know much about rifle. Family member passed away and rifle was handed down.
    I'm an AR type guy!
     
  4. Deavis

    Deavis
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    Just curious as to how you settled on this price?
     
  5. coopone

    coopone
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    Deavis,

    I have seen prices as high as $800-1000. The lowest price I found online was $550...So I put it around the middle. I'm no expert. If you want to talk AR values then I can be pretty accurate. This is an old rifle, in good shape....See what happens.
     
  6. madcratebuilder

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    Those prices are for "original" or "correct" grade rifles in full military trim. Sporters sell for considerably less.

    Springfield Armory 1903 .30-06 Bolt Action Rifle : Bolt Action at GunBroker.com
    Remington 1903 Sporter w/ Scope .30-06 : Bolt Action at GunBroker.com
     
  7. coopone

    coopone
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    Madcratebuilder,

    That's why I have a OBO by the price. (Or best offer). Like I said I'm no expert. I did do a little homework on it. I posted this for a buddy. But you can also see on gunbroker that it says by their price that the reserve has not been met. There's also another guy that has one at a buy it now price for $550. Those other two prices are in the $200's..That doesn't mean that they will go for $200...

    I appreciate your input. But with numbers $500 apart that's where I decided to start. Especially since most people on this site will throw you an offer. Usually below your price. Isn't that the point! This isn't a bidding website where you start at your lowest price in hopes of the pricing going up.

    Once again thanks for your input.
     
  8. coopone

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    Madcratebuilder,

    Do you work for a crating company? Just thought I would ask. I might now the company. I was a lumber commodities wholesaler for 13 years and I might know the company.
     
  9. mrman

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    I myself have this same rifle in the same condition, and from one man to another, it is a great gun, but sporterized, not worth much. those guys may have 400 or so as the reserve, but they also have scopes on them. If I were you, selling a sporterized 1903, I would not expect to see more than 300 as it being a rifle decked out for hunting now, it has lost all historical value. But if you want to take up hunting, you would have yourself a fantastic rifle for it.
     
  10. coopone

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    Thanks mrman,
    I didn't know what it's worth. I posted it for a friend. It's not even my rifle. I appreciate the input and I will definately pass it on to my friend...
     

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