Martini metford ,303

sean12345

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#1
Do any of you out their that are interested in historic firearms have any idea of what a martini metford carbine would be worth.

Its a ACII model. original made in 1874 and converted in 1895. condition wise is very good.

Any advice would be welcome
 
#5
There is a market for them and for some, shooters, BORE CONDITION is all. For the "cut and weld" de-activation market external condition is all. And for BOTH originality and condition of the sights....not knocked crooked or so such.
 

Brithunter

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#9
The market is rather varied at the moment it seems. I would suggest talking to a specialist dealer in such items a they know what the market is like NOW. Saying what one sold for last year is of no use as the market is changing so quickly.
 

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