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Winchester M72

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The Winchester M72 & M72A are a tubular magazine versions of the M69 & M69A: (both cocked on opening)
.22LR cal., bolt action, 25" round tapered barrel, open or aperature sights, not serialized, later production [> ~1955] were grooved, Mfg'd. 1938 to 1959 (~161,000 rifles).

Some typical values: ["Blue Book of Gun Values", 20th Ed.]
100% = $375.
_98% = $340.
_95% = $325.
_90% = $250.
_80% = $115. [ note the big drop in value...! ! ]
_70% = $100.
_60% = $_85.

Any comments that would apply to the M69 & M69A would also apply to the M72 & M72A rifles, with the exception of "magazines". The table of values shows that it is prized more as a "collectors" gun than as a shooter.

Hope this helps...... :)
 
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