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Thread: Polish m44 value

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    Default Polish m44 value

    Well, my friends I hate to say it ,but because of health reasons my collection is going. I have a just about un issued polish m44 and because I can not find anyone selling them what should I ask thats fair? My worst fear is after years of collecting buba will get a hold of them. So I have decided only true collectors will I let have my babies. But again I want to be fair. So any help would be of great value. Thanks guys.

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    I have seen really nice ones go for as much as $300. I would say somewhere between $200-300. That would be for an all matching "unissued" version. If it happens to be from 1951, first production year, it could go for a bit more.
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    1954 is a hard to find year too. Of 799 Polish carbines m/44 in my database there are just 30 of 1951 and 28 of 1954.

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    "1954 is a hard to find year too. Of 799 Polish carbines m/44 in my database there are just 30 of 1951 and 28 of 1954"

    And to think I passed on a 1954 Polish M44 carbine at a show(Two years ago)....Just because I already had one that year......

    Pahtu.

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    Here is a nice 1954 one, Pahtu:
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 44 1954 Polen KM00732.jpg   A. 44 1954 Polen KM00732.jpg  
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    Quote Originally Posted by kh View Post
    Here is a nice 1954 one, Pahtu:
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    I bought my 1952 unissued Polish for about $225 at a nearby gun shop where it'd been languishing for months, but I was lucky. At gun shows, I see them going for around $400, and when I attend the next show -- in March -- it wouldn't surprise me at all to see them selling for more.

    Of course, it may depend upon where you live.

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    Default Thanks guys

    Well it is a 1952 and only had maybe 20 rounds though it. I can not remember what I gave for it. I can say way under $200. I will list it soon as will many others go. Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konstanty View Post
    I bought my 1952 unissued Polish for about $225 at a nearby gun shop where it'd been languishing for months, but I was lucky. At gun shows, I see them going for around $400, and when I attend the next show -- in March -- it wouldn't surprise me at all to see them selling for more.

    Of course, it may depend upon where you live.
    That didn't happen to be in Southern IN?

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    WOW !! The highest I have paid for a Polish M44 was $100.00 ! just last year !!

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    "Here is a nice 1954 one, Pahtu"

    Gee, that is a nice one!

    Here is a pic or two of my Polish M44. I paid around 130 bucks for it & boy I thought that was spendy at the time calcollector, hope your health gets better

    Pahtu.
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