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    Just sold a flat new Mk 5 ROF 1946 for $1200 Cdn and had several fighting over it, I kept a 1947 ROF for myself, same condition

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    I think £650 is roughly what they are going for here in the UKicon, and have stayed somewhat consistant over the last few years, but they are like everything starting to become collectable and therefore rare.
    They only seem to surface as owners drop off their respective purches!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by #1oilman View Post
    Just sold a flat new Mk 5 ROF 1946 for $1200 Cdn and had several fighting over it, I kept a 1947 ROF for myself, same condition
    They must be exceptionally nice rifles. I watch for these all the time and sometimes see them listed at $700 -$800. They don`t seem to move until the price drops to $650 or so.

    I just picked up a super nice matching 45 BSA with nice clear markings and an excellent bore for $550.

    In December I sold a pretty nice matching, with 8/10 bore, small crack at front of forend and Ishy screw for $375. I originally had $425 on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ax.303 View Post
    £650 is a little over $1000 in our deflated Canadian dollars. You will get no where near that here.

    $500 - $650 is the going rate in Canadaicon, as long as the bore is good.


    That's about what you would pay her in NZicon as well for one in top condition. There are very few NZ marked ones here. Most are UKicon imports with few markings on them

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    Question Jungle carbine

    Isn't the barrel too long for a Mk V?

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    Quote Originally Posted by k8vf View Post
    Isn't the barrel too long for a Mk V?
    No. It's a No. 5 not a Mk 5...the barrel is correct.

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