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Can I redeem my self on this 1950 Model 94?
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August 15, 2021 - 11:43 am
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Another pick up, I got this one in RI a month or so ago, another 32 Win Spec, IDK why, I just like that round. I got it for $754 and with the vintage Marbles W1 tang sight ($200-300) alone, I thought it was a great buy. Rear sight was changed to a Marbles also. S/N 1684191

 

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August 15, 2021 - 2:26 pm
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Very nice!  I too like the 32 W.S. caliber.  The only negative I see might be the tang sight.  I don’t believe that era Model 94 tang was tapped for the sight.  I also like tang sights though.  RDB

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As you said, the tang sight is worth $250.  A functional and non refinished carbine from that era should be worth at least $500 so I think you did okay on this one.

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