Yugoslavian 24/47 Mauser

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  1. MtnCreek

    MtnCreek Member

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    Can I get a round-bout on the going rate for a Yugoslavian 24/47 Mauser in good condition. Assume not all numbers match.

    Thanks Much!
     
  2. Krzyshng

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    I've seen them going from 200-280. In the condition you describe I'd put it near the lower end of that range.

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  3. AethelstanAegen

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    Probably somewhere between $200-250.
     
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    I got a real nice one for 100 a couple years ago. One of my better buys, real nice rifle.
     
  5. .45&TKD

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    J&G Sales has them for $200.
     
  6. stan rose

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    I just picked up a beautiful all numbers matching 24/47, with a non matching bayonet for $200 total in a ftf.
     
  7. tahoe2

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    M24/47

    about $200 is the goin rate for your run of the mill, about $300 for an exceptional one. I paid $130 for one about 7 years ago, but the stock was junk.
    I didn't care cause I bought it to sporterize it. Timney trigger & safety, Rem 700 bolt handle, drilled & tapped, Leupold mnts & rings & scope and a Boyd's walnut stock.
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    Unmatched $200+/-, matched in nice condition $250+. Prices are up on the Yugo bolt guns. Two years ago you could buy a nice M24/47 for under $200. The price of 8mm surplus has almost doubled in the past two years. People found out they are good, cheap guns, sales are brisk.
     
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