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What's it worth: No1 Mk3 ex-wire wrap

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by fgr39, Nov 2, 2007.

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  1. fgr39

    fgr39 Member

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    1949 GRI No1 Mk3 that was a wire wrap but has been unwrapped and the stock cleaned up. Its numbers are all matching with one or two small factory repairs to the stock, it has a great barrel.
     
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    Well, being refinished hurts value, but a good ballpark is about $175-250, depending on how appealing it looks and where in the country you are.
     
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    I seen them go for $100-150 around here.
     
  5. cracked butt

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    Some Dunham's stores have recently stocked them for around $150. I bought my wirewrap about 2 years ago for that price.
     
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    They almost always have a repair at the heel of the stock as the rifle was inverted with the heel placed on the ground for launching grenades.
     
  7. DougW

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    The heel and toe repairs on the Indian rifles also were a result of the drill practices of their army. They slammed their rifles to the ground during drills, messing up the stocks.
     
  8. Niner

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    An Enfield originally modified to fire granades and then having the wrap removed would make it worth less to a collector. Most collectors would pass it by unless under about $75. At least that's my two cents worth. And I do have more than a dozen Enfields of one sort and another.

    By the way, I got a 1MKIII granade launcher rifle in service condition with granade cup from the old Springfield Sporters back in 2002 for $75 plus $12 shiping. Now the granade cups I've seen offered for $125.
     
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    I agree with Niner. Most collectors would pass entirely unless it was a very good price.
    It would probably be worth more as a sporting/hunting rifle.
     
  10. DougW

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    +1 to Niner and Chipperman.
     
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