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Old 03-07-2010, 03:24 PM
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Default CIL Anschutz .22 model 310

I just inherited a .22 SLLR CIL Anschutz Model 310.

I am looking for information and opinions of this gun. Value, history, where to get a clip for it?

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Old 03-07-2010, 03:46 PM
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Value in vg+ condition is $300. Excellent should bring $425

As for a magazine, aftermarket ones at Western Gun Parts are about $79.00

Excellent plinker, I have had several of them.
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Old 03-07-2010, 05:31 PM
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Very accurate .22 sporting rifles with 64 Anschutz action and adjustable trigger.
C.I.L. sold them in the the late 60's, early 70's.
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Old 03-08-2010, 07:15 AM
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Thanks for your posts and pm's, ( p.m.sent not p.m.s )

Confirms what I thought.
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Old 03-08-2010, 03:55 PM
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Default CIL 310 = Weatherby Anschutz

Weatherby now does what CIL did in the 60s-70s: sell an Anschutz 64 action/trigger and barrel set in a very nice wood hunter stock. This rifle is dimensionally 99.8% what the old CIL 310 is.

I own the CIL and a friend the Weatherby. Having shot both I'd say they perform very well as top-end hunter/plinkers and excellent metallic silhouette hunter class rifle. Find out what ammo your CIL likes best. Mine thrives on Wolf Match MT, and likes Lapua Club, Eley Practice, and PMC Target. It also does surprisingly well with 36gr HP 500ct bulk Winchester ammo as sold by Canadian Tire.

All this to day that the Weatherby mags are Anschutz mags with a Weatherby-logoed plastic bottom cover. The Savage mags that Brownells sells as Anschutz equivalent are finicky to latch in my rifle, and these come without the plastic baseplate.
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Old 03-08-2010, 10:41 PM
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Buffalo, does the one you have have a monte carlo style stock?
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Old 03-09-2010, 06:20 AM
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Value in vg+ condition is $300. Excellent should bring $425

As for a magazine, aftermarket ones at Western Gun Parts are about $79.00

Excellent plinker, I have had several of them.
I was told my anschutz is worth more than that, it's also a 310 with a monte carlo stock
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I've seen listings for sale as high as $800. $500 is common asking price.



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my stock looks like different wood than yours and it has the cheek rest on mine . I had a guy from the board here look at mine and he told me they go for up 900 sometimes . Any ways she's a shooter, enjoy
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Here's a pic of mine. Not the best, but I'm new at takin' pics of guns.http://www.outdoorsmenforum.ca/attac...4&d=1254608245
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I've seen listings for sale as high as $800. $500 is common asking price.



These pics are not a 310 however, MattL's is
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For the sake of curiousity I would slide that scope off and see what model it is, it should say under the front mount. Both my 310s and a 180 look different.
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Hey Cat,,, mine is the $900.00 one it doesn't look anything like that one, I think the pic is a 190????
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Hey Cat,,, mine is the $900.00 one it doesn't look anything like that one, I think the pic is a 190????
Nope, the 190 is a single shot 64 action in a match rifle stock.
the 180 is the same action in a sporting class stock.
The are charicterized by the right hand safety on the side of the stock, much like a Remington 700 action has.
the 54 action ( a much higher quality action) has a wing safety much like a mauser
The rifle in the pic is a 125.
BTW, I have seen 54's go for $900, and the occasional 64MS, but NEVER a 310!!
They simply are not worth that much.

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Old 03-09-2010, 08:04 PM
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SIGH!!!! allright...mine is way nicer than posted,, what is for a trade????
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Old 03-09-2010, 08:05 PM
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I thought it looked rather different than mine.
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Old 03-09-2010, 09:38 PM
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Nope, the 190 is a single shot 64 action in a match rifle stock.
the 180 is the same action in a sporting class stock.
The are charicterized by the right hand safety on the side of the stock, much like a Remington 700 action has.
the 54 action ( a much higher quality action) has a wing safety much like a mauser
The rifle in the pic is a 125.
BTW, I have seen 54's go for $900, and the occasional 64MS, but NEVER a 310!!
They simply are not worth that much.

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Confirmed? Model 125 ?

Thanks for your info.
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Confirmed? Model 125 ?

Thanks for your info.
Actually, on further insoection, it looks like it may in fact NOT be a 125 ( which is an Anschutz made rifle) , but a rifle made by CBC for C.I.L..
I can't remember the model however.
The thing that tipped me off is the safety, the Anschutz rifles have the safety on the right side behind the bolt( except of course, for the 54 action) and this one is on the left.
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Hey Cat,,, mine is the $900.00 one it doesn't look anything like that one, I think the pic is a 190????
well I respect the guys knowledge that told me they can go for 900 . so laugh all you want
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Actually, on further insoection, it looks like it may in fact NOT be a 125 ( which is an Anschutz made rifle) , but a rifle made by CBC for C.I.L..
I can't remember the model however.
The thing that tipped me off is the safety, the Anschutz rifles have the safety on the right side behind the bolt( except of course, for the 54 action) and this one is on the left.
Cat
I'll look for marks under the scope mount as suggested, and I'll post some better pics of the action and markings in a few days.

The visible markings on the barrel are:

CIL
.22 S.L.L.R
made by JG Anschutz GMBH
Wattenbrik Ulm/D West Germany
Ser.# 639***
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I'll look for marks under the scope mount as suggested, and I'll post some better pics of the action and markings in a few days.

The visible markings on the barrel are:

CIL
.22 S.L.L.R
made by JG Anschutz GMBH
Wattenbrik Ulm/D West Germany
Ser.# 639***
WB, where is thge safety on that rilfe?
is it on the left or the right?
It may well be a 125, but I thought the safety on them was the same as the 64 action, although it has been quite a few years since i've seen one!
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I have pics of my 310, 190 and 125 at home.....I will post them tonite so there is no confusion.....
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Nope, the 190 is a single shot 64 action in a match rifle stock.
the 180 is the same action in a sporting class stock.
The are charicterized by the right hand safety on the side of the stock, much like a Remington 700 action has.
the 54 action ( a much higher quality action) has a wing safety much like a mauser
The rifle in the pic is a 125.
BTW, I have seen 54's go for $900, and the occasional 64MS, but NEVER a 310!!
They simply are not worth that much.

Cat
now that you say that the guy did say he heard of an anschutz going for 900 not necessarily a 310 . I'll try to post a pic of mine anyways
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heres a few pics
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That is a 310!!
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That is a 310!!
And a very nicely figured one at that!
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First pic is my 125. 2nd and third pics my 310




and yes, I did the stock work on the 125
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For the sake of curiousity I would slide that scope off and see what model it is, it should say under the front mount. Both my 310s and a 180 look different.
Good call Sigma1, front mount covered a little little bit of pertinent info. It is a model 125.

Cat, the safety is on the left side.

Nice to see pics of the other guns. thanks for posting.

Marlin, want to trade, even steven?
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That is a nice lookin' 310 there Huntin'! On a side note, have you ever had the part of the bolt with that knob slip when opertaing the bolt quickly?
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Good call Sigma1, front mount covered a little little bit of pertinent info. It is a model 125.

Cat, the safety is on the left side.

Nice to see pics of the other guns. thanks for posting.

Marlin, want to trade, even steven?
I'll pass buffalo but after the settlement I may need to sell some toys although I was told by my gun buddy to call him first if I ever want to sell this one
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