Dating old guns


Some early models made in the late 1800s are worth thousands, while other antique later models are worth closer to

Some early models made in the late 1800s are worth thousands, while other antique later models are worth closer to $1,000.

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Some early models made in the late 1800s are worth thousands, while other antique later models are worth closer to $1,000.

Either way, it’s a gun worth some money, and maybe a lot.

Heavily inspired by Ye Olde Minegunner mod way back in b1.2.

,000.

Either way, it’s a gun worth some money, and maybe a lot.

Heavily inspired by Ye Olde Minegunner mod way back in b1.2.

A very common antique gun can be a diamond in the rough if you’re lucky enough to have one.

If you own a Parker, you hit the jackpot right off the bat.

If your father or grandfather served in WWII as a paratrooper and got to keep his rifle, hopefully it was an M-1 with a folding stock.

If so, these guns range around $1,500 depending the condition.

Lots of these came to America when the war ended but stocks of these have dried up considerably as they have been stashed away in gun safes never to be seen again. Seeing as these were mass produced at the time, quite a few still exist.

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