There were a total of 90,301 of the Canadian Centennial Rifles and Carbines manufactured in 1967. The issue price was $125 and the current value of a "New In The Box" gun is $900.
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Yes, it is the serial number. If the gun has been fired, it has the same value as any other model 94 in the same condition. The values are:
excellent-$600, very good-$425, good-$300, fair-$200, poor-$100.
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It is not necessary, I understand and have been in the same situation.
The G43 was introduced in 1943. It is a semi-auto rifle chambered for the 8mm Mauser. It has a 22" barrel, 10 round magazine and a full length stock with a handguard. It was made by Walther and should have an "ac" code marked on it. I do not think 74 is the full serial number. They were first made in 1943 and there were over 500,000 manufactured. The serial number should be on the left side of the receiver on the flat part just above the stock and under the rear sight. The last 2 numbers of the serial number is stamped on other parts on some guns. The values are:
excellent-$2500, very good-$1750, good-$1000, fair-$800, poor-$500.
A gun in 80% condition is worth $2000 to $2200.
It will be the serial number if it is in the place I said to look. It would be an early 1944 manufacture, probably Jan. of 1944.
No, it doesn't. On German guns from the WWII era, they would have used Numbers with "ac 43" for the guns made in 1943 and then start over in 1944 with the number and "ac 44". Guns made in 1945 would have "ac 45"
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