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M78 22lr value?

Sako Collectors Club Discussion Forum


Jun 23, 2024
I am new to the group and live in central Pennsylvania. I am looking for the approximate value of my m78 22lr. Now I haven't been able to find the magazine for it but see one on ebay right now. M78 22lr value? M78 22lr value? M78 22lr value?
It is considerably more valuable with the magazine than without. Magazines are very difficult to find and expensive when you do find them. Most buyers for a Sako M78 won't consider buying it without a magazine. With magazine and in original excellent condition it would typically go within a hundred or two over or under a thousand dollars. I say "typically" since markets can be fickle for relatively scarce models and can vary a great deal from average depending on a number of unpredictable factors.