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Old 04-21-2021, 06:50 PM
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I'm looking at a model 54 match for sale ser# 19747. One piece wood stock. Fore end has handrail with stop and swivel. grooved brown polymer butt plate. Barrell length is 28 1/4". has anchutz peep sight with parker hale globe sight. Any information on this model and value would be appreciated. thanks
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Old 04-21-2021, 07:43 PM
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A Match 54 with a serial number of 19747 would have been made around 1960. It will have one extractor (after 1965 there were two). The trigger is probably one of two, although it is more likely to have a 3lb single stage trigger (see below).

Is the rifle in question like the one below? This Model 54 Match prone rifle would later be known as the Model 1411.



The trigger will probably be one of the two shown below or possibly the last one.



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Old 04-21-2021, 08:53 PM
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It looks like that I guess. I've only seen it on line. It does have an adjustable trigger if that helps. Would you have a ball park figure on what it might be worth. The report said it was 7/10 with an excellent bore. Its in an auction so I don't want to gett to carried away in a bidding war or something like that. I have a model 64 and its quite a shooter so I'll just pick this up if the price is right. Thanks
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I really would rather not pay more than $700. Usefulness is limited, there are zero parts available new and that's on top of the expected ejection issues and the front dovetail being forged onto the barrel.

I have one close to this (3P stock not prone) and I shot if for years on a local/fun level. 2 years after I started going to serious matches I replaced it rather then try and update it.
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In 1970 I bought a brand new 1970 Anschutz 54 model 1411 for $175 with hand stop but no sights. In 2005 I bought another 1970 Anschutz 54 model 1411 with no hand stop or sights for $875. Just saying.
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Old 04-24-2021, 01:12 AM
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Thank you all for the advice, The auction is tomorrow morning and I had my bid beaten so someone else will be the proud owner of a proven good rifle. I'll keep playing with my match 64.
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