A commenter at Sebastian's place reports that Numrich is out of magazines for No.1 Mk.III SMLE rifle.
I'm dubious that they ever really had them. It is a well-established fact that the Brits made, like, 10,000,000 SMLEs and 10,000,001 magazines.
The lone spare SMLE magazine in the world gets sold from one cranky
old gun show dealer to another, who slathers it in fresh cosmoline and
what appears to be tobacco juice, and marks it up
another $5 before burying it under a bunch of rusty
Turkish bayonets on the back corner of his table, next to a cigar box full of uniform buttons, an overpriced FN 1910 that someone has chromed like a Studebaker bumper, and a small stack of dog-eared Chick tracts.
Meanwhile, wizardpc reports sighting an $800 Mosin at a fun show.
McThag correctly points out that Mosin collecting has passed the collecting of H&R top-break revolvers in popularity and respectability and is rapidly closing in on collecting Latin American Mauser variants as the thirty-seventh most popular field of firearms curating, and therefore $800 might not be out of line for some of the more obscure Finnish variants.
Meanwhile, I will point out a basic bit of Capitalism 101: If Seller Sam asks $100 for a 50rd box of Remchester .22LR, and Buyer Bob gives him $100 for it, then the price of a 50rd box of Remchester .22LR in that place, at that time, is $100.