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Help on K-32 San Remo

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by valley1, Apr 30, 2011.

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  1. valley1

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    I am looking at a K-32 San Remo,28" ported barrels,just serviced by Krieghoff but no K-80 updates.Numbers match on forearm iron and receiver but different number on barrels.Gun has Briley thin wall chokes and stock has a bump buster.I would say gun is approx.93%.Can someone give me a approx. value as i have no idea what to offer him.It is a nice gun .
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    Gary
     
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    A San Remo in that condition should be around the $6,000 range. I have a four barell set San Remo and I see prices of $7,000 to $10,000 for it.

    John
     
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    Ask "Gene7777777" he can give you an unfair value. Bulge.
     
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    What is the serial number? one of the most important things?

    below 1000 hard to sell - so wont give you a value- but dont worry about barrel

    From about 1000 to maybe 2000 or so they didnt have a "san remo" per se but they did have numbered engraving patterns- some are not of san remo quality and one of them is very close and several are better. (engraving pattern- depth and quality though could kick that up $1000 more in that range as it varied depending on the pattern ordered and the engraver)

    Now from 1000-2000 or so if it were 96-99 percent or so I would say that gun(stock is worthless as described) would be worth about $4000 and that is putting a value of 800 dollars on the 28 inch barrel and 3200 on the receiver and forearm iron-- (remember engraving pattern- depth and quality though could kick that up $1000 more in that serial number range as it varied depending on the pattern ordered and the engraver)


    From 2000-5000- $4200

    From 5000-6800 or so I would call it 4300

    With the exception of serial numbers that begin with 62- they might be worth a lot less because they are K62s and the engraving isnt as good plus other things

    From 6800 to end of run I would call it 4900

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene

    PS ignore barrel bulger- I have advised him against selling a "drop" 45 auto with the serial numbers filed off- as a "special ops" weapon for $8000 and I advised him against selling a beat up Krieghoff of low serial number for whatever he was trying to get out of it and it wasnt a san remo although he claimed it was( and sold it apparently as he bragged to some unsuspecting person)
     
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    I have a brand new San Remo Combo. 34"/ 32" no porting, in case. I would want $8,000 for mine.
     
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    Thanks everyone,serial number is 9xx,deep engraving with ducks one side and pheasants the other side.
    Thanks again
     
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    Under 1000 it is not a san remo (per se) and the value is a lot less than I quoted above=

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    Gary,

    these BOYZ know their TOYZ...
     
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