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A friend who's father past gave this to me to try and get the sale value of it. It seems well but has no magazine, everything else is matching numbers. could someone please help in valuating this.

Thank you for your time.

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Jason, welcome to the forum. Is it all matching? There should be the last two numbers of the serial number on many parts, and this should include the firing pin.

I am not an expert on this type of gun, but I saw that at Simpsons, LTD, and they have 1938, S/42's from $1000 to a bit more, all depending on condition and orginallity.

A reblue, bad pitting, wrong parts, etc would knock the value in half.

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All the parts have an 04 on them, just doesnt have a magazine, no pitting no rebluing. The story is this persons father brought it back from the war and its been in storage ever since. If thats the case were would a place for potential buyers be.

Sorry if im pushy, I just would like to help a friend out if I can.

Thanks again.
 

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Here on this forum under Trader, gun auctions sites, local newspaper etc.

Those amounts I said would be retail, minus around $100 or so for an original magazine.

Add about $100-$150 for a holster, make sure it doesn't ahve tears, rips, etc...

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