Originally Posted by Popeye
The rifle has been rebarreled at sometime in its life. It originally wore Parker Hale sights.
I'm guessing it would sell for $400 - $500.
I can only go from my experience. About 1987 I purchased a BSA Martini "ISU MATCH" rifle (with a left-handed action) to shoot matches along side my 13 yr old son. I bought it from Jack First's "The Gun Shop" when his shop was in Lancaster Ca. This was a model previous to the "International". It had the original Parker Hale sights, which were difficult for me to obtain rear sight apertures for. I had a machinist (that had worked for Fabrique National) make me an adaptor for an Anschutz variable diopter rear aperture. I bought it for $275. It was in a rack with a number of used Martini MK I and MK II rifles, and since the stock covered much of the model designation I believe that it had been miss priced. A year and a half later, after shooting a number of small bore matches all over Ca., my son wanted to go to something more 'interesting' than position rifle shooting and he and I got interested in trap shooting. (We still shoot trap today) At the last match I shot in El Monte Ca. I sold the rifle to a lady for $800. We both felt she got a good deal. I understand that she took it to a match the following day in San Diego and won with it. It was the finest small bore target gun I ever fired. Mike
P.S. It was in better shape than the one pictured appears to be.