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Old February 11, 2012, 06:59 PM   #26
bn12gg
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Join Date: February 19, 2011
Location: Winter Park, Florida
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Biggfatts-- Just my .02, but take a look at the prices of various
Browning Safari's on the Cabela's site. Subtract a couple of hundred
Cabela's markup dollars to get fair "retail." This may help you as
you estimate the value of the rifle after your smith/woodworker is
finished.

If the rifle was a 1959 rather than a 1969 (it is a 1969) it would be
worth restoring to its' originality. The 1959 Safari is one of a kind and
rather valuable.

Just my .02 David
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