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Finn M28-30 questions....

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by .45Guy, Jun 6, 2009.

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  1. .45Guy

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    So one of my buddies from highschool stopped by today with an old Mosin that he picked up for $80 back in the day. Low and behold, it is a 1938 28-30 in far better shape than mine pictured in the milsurp thread. My question is, how much are they going for these days? He's looking to find a decent .357 or .44 to replace it, and while I really want it I'd rather not part with a wheel gun.
     
  2. Flyboy73

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    at least 2-300.

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  3. .45Guy

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    TY, I'll probably end up taking some pictures when I get home from work in the morning and either offering it for trade here, or selling it for him.
     
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    "...rather not part with a wheel gun..." Easier to replace. I think I'd want some cash plus the revolver. Depends on what you have to trade and how badly you want the Finnish rifle. Lots of on-line info about the rifle, but not a whole lot of values. There is one on GunsAmerica. The guy wants $550 for it. Auction sites not being really good price indicators.
     
  5. .45Guy

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    But already having a 28-30, I just can't see myself parting with something for it.
     
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    Photos!
     

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