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Hey people,

Money is tight right now and I'm thinking about selling my Inland.

It basically a plinker I can't afford to plink with.

I was wondering if anyone experienced with these fine firearms could help me price it, the stock has been sanded a bit for a monte carlo look I guess.

here are some pics






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the stocks been played with and the bore?......is it all inland?

as-is about $400 without the sewer pipe bore.....quik sale $350.....i have seen some pretty ratty ones priced at about $700..........
 

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thats about what i thought.

its all inland and the barrel and bolt are good. its just the stock that got messed with.

I was thinking $450-500 if I throw in ammo and 2 10rnders.

reasonable?

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The CMP is selling these for about $500.
Rack grade I think. They range from rough to fairly nice at that price.
Your front sight has been cut up too.
Inlands are going for over a $1000 on gunsamerica.com
I know Big 5 is selling crappy throw together Century carbines for for over $800.
I'd say maybe(without seeing it first hand) you could get somewhere between 700 and a grand maybe.
The stock is not too important really, dime a dozen.
The front sight having the ears lopped off might.
 
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