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    Looking to value Anschutz 1413

    In mint condition with Redfield Olympic front and rear sights and all Anschutz accessories. All original blueing, no stock damage.

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      #3
      I'm guessing $1200+ as a rough estimate based on what little I've read about the rifle. Obviously I'm no expert.
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        #4
        Originally posted by sheeple View Post
        I'm guessing $1200+ as a rough estimate based on what little I've read about the rifle. Obviously I'm no expert.
        Honestly probably less.

        Which stock do you have? The thumbhole, or is it a prone style stock? match or super match?
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          #5
          Originally posted by Volkosupply View Post

          Honestly probably less.

          Which stock do you have? The thumbhole, or is it a prone style stock? match or super match?
          Wow, really? Sheesh. Times are tough.
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            #6
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              #7
              Originally posted by Barnslayer View Post
              Way to offer a helpful suggestion...

              OP, sorry I can't help you with a price. It sounds like Volvo may be able to help you out once you answer a few questions. Good luck.
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                #8
                Originally posted by TTSkipper View Post

                Way to offer a helpful suggestion...

                OP, sorry I can't help you with a price. It sounds like Volvo may be able to help you out once you answer a few questions. Good luck.
                About that…. I had just posted a helpful link in a reply to his very first post (Unertl scope). No "thanks", no "let me introduce myself". Then I see this as post #2.
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Barnslayer View Post
                  Is a Google NY unSafe compliant? Do you recommend open irons, red dot, or a scope? Do they have real wood stocks, or do I have to go with synthetic!!! Help a brotha out!
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by MSA77 View Post

                    Is a Google NY unSafe compliant? Do you recommend open irons, red dot, or a scope? Do they have real wood stocks, or do I have to go with synthetic!!! Help a brotha out!
                    Just send me the walnut blank and steel bar stock. I'll make it for you. It'll take less time that way.
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                      #11
                      Volko hit it on the head. There is so much hardware attached to the stock and the barrel and receiver, you need to know what comes with the rifle you are thinking of. For example, I have a 1913a but no target sights (another $400 or so), no hooks or other do dads (could be another $1000+). I would also strongly suggest you shoot this rifle (with your own ammo so you are familiar as to what the ammo is capable of in your hands, otherwise, you are sticking your hand into a bag of snakes. Sometimes you are ok and other times you receive a few bites. I have purchase two used rifles. One sits in the corner or my closet in inoperable condition and I knew I was getting a piece of poop with the other. Sold the second and will not stick anyone with the first.

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                        #12
                        It is a 1413 Super Match 54 purchased in approximately 1970. Has all original factory equipment,adjustable rear butt stock, palm rest and whatever else came with it including instruction booklet with original factory proof target showing bullet grouping. All original blueing in excellent condition.

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                          #13
                          And, by the way, let me offer a big Thank You, to all who have posted to my two questions, one about my Anschutz and the other about my Unertl scope. As for introductions, I was an NRA Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun and Home Firearm Safety Instructor. A member of and instructor for the 77th USARCOM Rifle Team and the 1st Army MTU. Was 1st place New Shooter in NY State for the 77th ARCOM and took two medals at Camp Perry in 1974 at 600 yards and 1,000. yards with the National Match M-14's built for our team by the 1st Army armorer (iron sights).

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                            #14
                            George- With a 46 year old rifle, there might be a good bet a Lilja or similar barrel will be in your near future. There might a few hundred thousand rounds down the barrel right now. That is going to run another $450 IF you can do the job yourself. If not, ship to Lilja or have an outfit like Killough's in Texas or several others to do the job for you for another $250 or so. You pay shipping both ways. Add it up. Don't forget pillars and bedding at an additional $200.

                            On the plus side, you have the better action and barrel right now.

                            Whatever your choice, good luck.

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                              #15
                              Fotheringill, I'm guessing approx. 150 rounds per week for only 5 years or so, until I got into big bore with the army so that means less then 90,000 rounds through it. That's why the rifle is in such great condition. Certainly no need for a new barrel at this point. Thanks again.

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