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Old August 19, 2012, 09:43 AM   #36
64 Model 1894
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Join Date: August 14, 2012
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Thank you for the information, and the SN info is interesting, nice to know that it is actual a '63 model. The value is all sentimental for me, i hope the rifle stays in my family for many years after I'm gone, but my boys are to young to understand this kind of thing as of yet. probably won't worry about insuring it, as according to to the amounts given, it wouldn't be too difficult to replace, should anything (God forbid) ever happen to it. As for condition, i took my cues from the NRA guide. No scarring of the wood and only light wear of the finish around cornered or raised surfaces, no scratches, pitting, rust, or dings. This rifle has been well cared for, and shall continue to be. Thanks again for the info, it is greatly appreciated.
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