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F/S...REMINGTON 32 TC RARE AND BEAUTIFUL ...PICS

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by mlcameron, Feb 16, 2012.

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  1. mlcameron

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    THIS IS A VERY NICE EXAMPLE OF THE REMINGTON 32 TC WICH WENT ON TO BECOME THE KREIGHOFF 32 AND LATER THE k80. Manufacured between 1932 and 1944 this gun was produced in 1937. WOW! What great condition! This beautiful gun has 95+% blu and georgeous wood. full choke .032 Upper and .022 mod lower bbl with a bore of .725. Please call with questions. this gun has is unchanged and in beautiful collector or shoot ready condition. This is a third party sale and as such all sales are final. The case is a prop for pics but can be purchases for $100.00 additional. $2950.00 plus UPS. Contact Mark @ 715-416-0427 or email/pm


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    28 or 30" bbls?
     
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    Who did the barrel work?
     
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    thanks for the questions. I'll get the answers for you tomorrow on the barrel work if any. the length of the bbls I believe is 28 but check back tomorrow. for a confirmation of that.
    Mark
     
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    the case is sold. but I bet I could come up with a case that would work.
    Mark
     
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    @ Barry C. Roach: What barrel work?
     
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    Barry,
    I have done the barrel measurments again this morning. 28", .725 bores and upper bbl is .032 full and lower is .022 mod. no evidence of any barrel work.
    Mark
     
  8. Barry C. Roach

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    Well. I assumed it was a trap gun and have never seen a Remington, factory full choke at 30 pts. of constriction. If it was a 30" barrel at .030 it just follows that someone's been in the bores. Doesn't mean it's a bad thing. O-30/U-20 makes a good trap doubles gun.
     
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    Back in 1937 28" bbls were the common length. 30" were availabel and as a matter of fact I have a Rem 32 skeet I'll be listing today. that has a set of 30" trap bbls with it.
     
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    Do those barrels' number's match? From the pics I can't see the step rib. Nice gun; thanks.
     
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    I have seen the other thread of the skeet/trap gun, and I must say, these are fine shotguns.

    I also have a field grade model 32, with the original fold-out paperwork that hung on the trigger guard, serial number is in the 2XXX range, and I believe it is the first year of production.

    Choked I/C, and Mod, with less than a box of shells through it, as per the past owner. Barrels are 26 in.

    My gun is 95-96 percent without a scratch on it, so what would it be worth?

    It is not for sale, but a value would be nice.

    Danny
     
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    What are the choke markings on the 28" gun offered for sale? They will be on the barrel hanger under the forearm. Do the serial numbers match on all three parts?
     
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    all serial numbers match. the 28" bbls are stampbed full and imp mod on the barrel hanger on the TC model. more of a ramp rib than step.

    As for the value of the Field grade. I would have to see it before I would give an appraisal or state value. but I wouldn't object if someone else PM'd you with a guess.
    Mark
     
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    The choke markings on the barrel hanger are "Full" and "IMP MOD"
    Thanks
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    all serial numbers match. the 28" bbls are stampbed full and imp mod on the barrel hanger on the TC model. more of a ramp rib than step.

    As for the value of the Field grade. I would have to see it before I would give an appraisal or state value. but I wouldn't object if someone else PM'd you with a guess. Mark
     
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    Certainly a scarce barrel length and choke combination and a great piece of wood. I believe it is a high quality restock, but that is not much of a detriment to the value of the gun, in my opinion.
     
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    $2850. plus ups.
    thanks
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    $2700 + UPS last call.
    Thanks
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    I have a REMINGTON 32 TC with 32" trap barrels and 26" skeet barrels. Great guns.
     
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    Hello Mark,

    The case that I bought from you that is pictured in your thread is not

    designed for the Rem. 3200 or any other O/U shotgun. It is made for either

    an 870 or 1100 single barrel gun. The O/U bbl won't fit even with the

    forarm removed. Do you have a case for the 3200 as indicated in your thread?

    Thanks, Del
     
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