December 7th, 2016, 06:09 AM
Fire Team Leader
Join Date: Jul 2008
Two ways of looking at this rifles value.
1. Shooter. You have no way of knowing without gaging the barrel. Assuming good values, add $200 for Winchester receiver to base value of service grade of $730.
Start valuing WRA parts: op rod $250, stock $500, barrel, $500, gas cylinder $125, bolt $150, rear sight assembly $300. See how many or more of these high value parts the rifle has.
Then decide what you want the rifle for and how much you are willing to pay. $1200 is low for a WRA collectible with any appreciable number of correct parts.