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Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by komatsu_m16, Oct 25, 2013.

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  1. komatsu_m16

    komatsu_m16 Member

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    I have a FN Herstal 1894 .250 Savage.
    I was looking to find out the worth of this rifle.
    Thank you.
     
  2. natman

    natman Member

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    I'm going to guess that this is a military Mauser that has been converted into a 250 Savage sporter. Pictures would help a lot to determine value.
     
  3. komatsu_m16

    komatsu_m16 Member

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    ok here are some pictures hope this helps.
     

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    Dr.Rob Moderator Staff Member

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    Absolutely a rebarreled military rifle.
     
  5. Coyote3855

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    .250 Savage ammuntion is sometimes difficult to find and expensive if you do. More modern calibers will do anything the .250 will do and often much better at a lower cost. Still hard to tell the quality of the conversion, but the stock style is dated. I don't think there's a good way to determine the value except what a willing buyer would pay for it. My guess is $250 to $350 max.
     
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    That's probably optimistic for a sporterized Brazilian Mauser unless there's someone just ga-ga over the .250 Savage.
     
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