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    X6 Million T2 M1 National Match

    Hello all,
    I have an M1icon X6 Million T2 National Match. When I bought this it was touted as a rifle put together with spare parts, some being National Match parts at the end of M1 production in preparation for tooling up for M14s. I took a chance and bought it because I suspected it actually was a NM.
    I contacted the CMPicon and in a couple of days I got word that it was indeed a T2 NM sold through the DCM and Erie Depot Feb 27th, 1961. Of course I purchased the paperwork they provided and I now have provenance on this rifle, proof of it's being what I was hoping it was, an X6 Million NM.

    I would like to know the value of this rifle with the paperwork. I hope someone can help. This is my first post.....hope I did everything right! Glad to be here.
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    Thanks for your time.

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    If the last four serial digits are written in white on the trigger housing and in the barrel of the stock, it can bring $3500 to $5000 these days. I have always thought they were underpriced, but that seems to be the market.
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    What a beautiful rifle...
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    I had a National Match just a few months ago, that wasn’t even close to this nice, and I sold it for $2,600. Hope that helps a little.

    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=67749&page=1

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    A belated Thank You

    Thank you Bob, Rcathey and Jim for your input as to my question about my X6 million NM Rifle. I'm sorry it took so long for me to rely to this, it's because of computer issues I was having at the time. With all the things I had to go through to recover my data, I simply overlooked any of my online blogs.
    Yes Bob, it does have the 4 white digits on the trigger guard floor plate and stock barrel channel. They match the last 4 of the rifle serial number.

    I will be starting another Thread soon on another X6 Million I have, an AFPG.

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