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Old 10-10-2018, 08:37 AM
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Good morning, can anyone tell me what would be the price for the below weights, I see a lot of people says some of them are aluminum but this is all steel metal.
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They are a pretty specialized item, I have seen them advertised in the $300 range, but don't if they sold at that price.
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Thanks for the info
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The weight set pictured (all steel) is a later model and appears to be about 90% condition. Value $250 - $300. If early (4 holes in bottom, without box and 98+% $400-$500 range - with box add $40 - $75). Add an aluminum upper (98%) $140 - $175.
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Tom, Iím still waiting on your book on the 41.


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It would be a good book to have for all owners of the M41's and M46's as well. I would buy one myself just for the extra knowledge on them that I don't know.
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