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    I don't know where you guys are finding all these cheap guns. Everyone says I should be able to find Mosins for under $200. The cheapest I've seen for sale was $250 and was pretty rough looking. The lowest I've seen a Lee Enfield was One for $300 and the guy doesn't respond to my emails. I'm starting to get frustrated here.

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    "...full wood kits..." Not many any more. Those that you might run across are expensive. A complete stock can cost you your $150-200 or more. And Lee-Enfield's have been assembled out of parts bins with zero QC for eons. All of 'em require checking the headspace to ensure the thing is safe to shoot.
    'Cheap' is a relative term. Don't think Mosins have run under $200 for years. It's not like there's a place for the retailers to order 'em from either. Those days are long gone. Mind you, these guys have a few. http://westrifle.com/wrstore/

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    Basically any cheap Mosin Nagant bought from a dealer is a $250 + gun with shipping and taxes added, in most parts of Canada.

    Decent condition, full wood Lee Enfields without crappy bores under $500 are seldom if ever seen nowadays either.

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    There are still deals to be had if you're patient. I just got a 1915 No1 MkIII* for a very good price. It's sporterized, but numbers matching, and the rifling looks in great shape. Action is like butter.




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    Thinking of the 70's when Lee Enfields were stuffed in a barrel in a Toronto surplus store selling for $28 each!

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    I guess I didn't do too badly. Paid $75 for my no.1mk3 about 10 or so years ago. It's a beater, but it runs well.

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