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Springfield Armory 1922

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Joe Schmo, Nov 3, 2011.

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  1. Joe Schmo

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    I have seen a number of posts here where the poster wants to know the value of an item, usually some sort of firearm. There seem to be a number of experts....

    I have an opportunity to buy some guns from a collection, and one that is of interest to me is a Springfield Armory 1922. It might be an M-2. It is a .22 caliber training rifle for the Springfield 1903. It's in pretty damn nice condition.

    So.....who knows what it's worth?

    Also, a Walter PP with German war markings on the side in 7.65 (.32). No holster or any of that. One mag.

    Thanks!

    Jim B
     
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    Online Bluebook:Take these for what they're worth as above suggests.
    Springfield 1922,three versions low of $1000 at 90% and a high of $3500.

    Walther PP-$500-$850 90%-100%.
     
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    I passed on one last year for $900 and am still kicking myself...When I see them, if they are "correct" they generally bring north of $1250 sometimes alot north, depending upon condition. Very cool rifle - in that vintage cool sort of way. Saw an article earlier this year in either Gun or Shooting Times...I think it was by Layne Simpson...was a story on the 1922 and how many were fiddeled with / sporterized my Griffin and Howe I think. Bottom line, a great old rifle, with some history.

    Bill
     
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