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NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE

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NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE Price & Value

Current Average Pricing:

The average price for a NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE is as follows:

New: 2500 Login / Register to view pricing

Used: 1750 Login / Register to view pricing

These values are based on current market data and can vary depending on the specific features and condition of the firearm.

Estimated Value Breakdown:

To help you further understand the value of a NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE, we provide a breakdown based on the firearm's condition:

100% (New, unfired): 2500 Login / Register to view pricing

98% (Like new, minor wear): 2000 Login / Register to view pricing

95% (Minimal wear, well-maintained): 1750 Login / Register to view pricing

80% (Moderate wear, functional): 1500 Login / Register to view pricing

70% (Significant wear, may require minor repairs): 1250 Login / Register to view pricing

*Please note that the estimated values are based on the standard NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE without any additional features or accessories.

Comprehensive Pricing Information for the NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE

In this article, we provide a detailed analysis of the current market prices and trends for the NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE. We've gathered data on new and used prices, fluctuations over the past year, and demand trends to help you make an informed decision when purchasing or selling this firearm. Please note that variations in caliber, barrel length, generations, and sub-models may affect the item's price, so make sure your search is specific enough to obtain the correct value.

Factors Affecting Pricing:

Several factors can influence the value of a NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE:

Caliber: Different calibers can affect the firearm's price, as some calibers may be more popular or harder to find. Barrel Length: The length of the barrel can impact the firearm's price, as certain lengths may be more desirable or practical for specific purposes. Generations: Different generations of the firearm may have improvements or changes that could affect the value. Sub-models: Specific sub-models or variations, such as limited editions or unique features, can also impact the firearm's value.

Conclusion:

As you consider purchasing or selling a NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE, it's essential to stay informed about the current market prices and trends. Keep in mind that factors such as condition, caliber, barrel length, generations, and sub-models can all affect the firearm's value. By understanding the market dynamics, you can make a more informed decision and ensure you're getting the best possible price.

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NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE Description

The No.1 Mk VI rifle is the earliest direct predecessor of the No.4 Mk I rifle, produced between 1929-1933 at RSAF Enfield for troop trials. Serial numbers, with many gaps, overlap those of the No.4 Mk I trials rifle (A001-A1700), with many of both types of rifles being renumbered with an "A" suffix in 1941-'42 to designate their limited interchangeability of parts with the then-new No.4 Mk I production rifles. Many Mk VIs were lost with the Fall of France and the evacuation from Dunkirk in 1940. A currently unknown number (probably a few hundred) of unfinished Mk VI receivers were supplied to the ROF Fazakerly during 1941-'42 to be made into complete rifles to supplement No.4 Mk I production. The range of serial numbers for these hybrid variants is between 24000A-27000A. A complete original No.1 Mk VI trials rifle can instantly be recognized by a coarsely checkered walnut forend and a brass marking disk near the toe on the right side of the butt, whereas the later Fazakerly-produced rifles are stocked with early No.4 Mk I woodwork (usually beech) and lack a marking disk. Also, the left wall of the receiver of the Mk VI appears to be scooped-out in front of the charger bridge, thus making it much lower than those found on the subsequent No.4 trials and production rifles.

NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE Features

Brass marking disk near the toe on the right side of the butt
No.1 Mk VI rifle is the earliest direct predecessor of the No.4 Mk I rifle

NO. 1 MK VI TRIALS RIFLE Specs

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checkered walnut.
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