My WW2 Rifle Collection.

Discussion in 'WW2 Militaria' started by Cbarrigar, Dec 27, 2010.

  1. Cbarrigar

    Cbarrigar Junior Member

    I am 17 years old. Is this a good starting collection? All of these guns i have bought on my own at various stores and gun shoes.

    What do you think this collection could be valued at?

    Here is a list of the guns.

    American Springfield 1941 M1 Garand. Prime condition. Bought for $950

    British Enfield MK II. Prime Condition. Bought for $200

    Soviet M38 Mosin Nagant. Prime Condition. Bought for $150

    Persian Mauser, 8MM. Prime Condition. Bought for $495.

    Did I get good deals on these guns?
     

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  2. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    Welcome to the forum

    quite a collection

    regarding the value ,you would have to speak to a dealer in these types of weapons to gain an accurate valuation.
     
  3. Owen

    Owen -- --- -.. MOD

    What is a British Enfield MK II ?

    Do you mean a Lee-Enfield No.4 ?
     
  4. Peter Clare

    Peter Clare Very Senior Member

    Welcome to the forum
     
  5. Cbarrigar

    Cbarrigar Junior Member

    Yeah. I just decided to not put the Lee. lol
     
  6. Swiper

    Swiper Resident Sospan

    I believe you heavily over paid on the Mauser, by quite a long way - but the rest look like quite good purchases. (Knowing some US prices)
     
  7. Jedburgh22

    Jedburgh22 Very Senior Member

    I would suggest adding a F/S Winchester M1 Carbine to your collection
     
  8. calgarian

    calgarian Junior Member

    I have an Ishapore made SMLE no. 1 Mark III. It's in great condition and has all matching serial numbers. I shoot it at the range sometimes. I also load my own ammo for it.
    I paid $450 (Canadian) for it. It's a keeper..................I love it.
    I used to have an Enfield .38 caliber revolver. It was a thing of beauty but stupidly I sold it. I also used to have a Lee Enfield No. 4, made by ROF in 1944...........sold it too. Wish I still had it!:confused:
     

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