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    Default 1937 Turkish Mauser

    I have a 1937 Turkish Mauser that I know is not of real great value I think. It might be. I am considering using the receiver and action, finding a new stock, and re-chambering/re-barreling in another caliber. Question is should I or shouldn't I? It was purchased at an estate auction for $100.00.
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    If you're looking to modify your rifle from the original factory configuration, you're probably on the wrong forum. Most people here would discourage that. My suggestion would be to sell this rifle, it's worth more than you paid, and then buy another action that is already modified or stripped bare so that you can build a gun from the ground up.

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    Thanks, that is pretty much what I was looking for. I just needed to know if it was more then what was paid for it. It will definitely go into the safe and stay there unless I take it to the range. Much appreciated.

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