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    Default Need help to identify what these 2 rifles are.

    My moms friend's husband pasted years ago and she wanted his firearms out of the house. Well she brought me over 5 I know what all are except these two. The first one I know is a Winchester says model 82 I know nothing about it, and the second rifle here I have no Idea . Looks like a Mauser action. Any help would be great and Are they worth anything? She said she only wanted $200 for all of them , But I want to do the right thing and give her what they are worth I do not want to rip her off.
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    Default Re: Need help to identify what these 2 rifles are.

    The first is a Winchester 92 takedown receiver in sporting rifle configuration, chambered for the 25-20, or 25 WCF cartridge.

    The second is a Mauser Model 71 rifle made at Spandau.

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    Default Re: Need help to identify what these 2 rifles are.

    Agree with Noah on the mauser.

    $200 isn't too much out of line for these, the mauser really isn't worth much because its sporterized, and the Winchester is going to cost a bit to get the parts it needs. I don't know that I would be willing to spend much more on them.
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    Default Re: Need help to identify what these 2 rifles are.

    Quote Originally Posted by raxar View Post
    Agree with Noah on the mauser.

    $200 isn't too much out of line for these, the mauser really isn't worth much because its sporterized, and the Winchester is going to cost a bit to get the parts it needs. I don't know that I would be willing to spend much more on them.
    I believe there are three more that he didn't list, so $200.00 won't be bad for five rifles.

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