Re: What should you pay for a MN 44 with a bright bore?
I had to put a scope on my M-44 to get it to hit paper, but now it's getting good groups at 100yards. My 91/30 was accurate right out of the box, it has the better bore of the two and is in better condition. I paid $99 for each of them. Recently I have seen both models for $150-$250 at shops and gun shows, which seem like okay prices for rifles like them.
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