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    Default Value of trigger housing with sling swivel

    How much is a early trigger housing worth with the sling swivel screwed into it. Very little finish left but it's izhevsk marked. Comes on a 1938 Finnish capture 91/30.

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    Sounds like it is worth keeping with the rifle!

    My guess, if it was stand-alone part, would be $75-90.

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    A minimal amount above what a normal one would be worth. Bill
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    I've seen these go over $100 easily. You couldn't buy mine for that.

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    If you'll pay me 100 a piece how many would you like? Bill

    PS Holy Crap I'm sitting on a gold mine! I just checked around and also got a text and the things are going for 75 to 100 in various places?
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    Well darn. I passed on the rifle. They wanted $175 and I had planned on taking the housing off and hope to make money off it but once I replaced it with another, it wasn't worth fooling with. At least I know what they're worth now. Thanks guys.
    "If it ain't something, then it's something else," Robert Sherrill

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    Quote Originally Posted by BARQS19 View Post
    Well darn. I passed on the rifle. They wanted $175 and I had planned on taking the housing off and hope to make money off it but once I replaced it with another, it wasn't worth fooling with. At least I know what they're worth now. Thanks guys.
    A $175 Finn capture wasn't an automatic buy? Got too many in the closet? With refurbs commonly pushing the $300 mark I couldn't have pulled my money out fast enough!

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    zeebill - PM sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by yuriman View Post
    zeebill - PM sent
    Yuriman PM sent back, none for sale Bill
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    Unless they are on a correct rifle.....I don't value them for any more than a regular one, cool yes.....valuable to me.....nope.

    Pahtu.

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    I'm not sure when they stopped fitting them, but I have one on a mixmaster instructie. No intention of changing it out

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    [QUOTE=Pahtu;6510890]Unless they are on a correct rifle.....I don't value them for any more than a regular one, cool yes.....valuable to me.....nope.


    Amen brother! Bill
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