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Hey guys, I just have three bolt action (I'm pretty sure bolt action) rifle barrels that I acquired from a neighbor's house. They have to be decently old, (Not antique old, but not new.) they were her brother's and he died a long time ago.
I don't intend to keep them, I have no use for them but I can't figure out how much they are worth. Help?

The large one is .270 WIN
the smallest is .223 Rem
And the black one is unknown.
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The middle one is for a Springfield 1903-A3, should be 30.06 caliber. According to the factory marking it was manufactured by Smith Corona in February 1944. Nice find. As to value that's hard to say, from what I understand Smith Corona made far less 03-A3's and parts than Remington did.
 
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