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How much is this Remington 3200 32

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by dimapower, Mar 20, 2010.

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  1. dimapower

    dimapower Member

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    Posting for a friend at the club.

    He has a Remington 3200 Special Trap O/U 12 gauge with 32" barrels. IM/F. Original monte carlo stock and forend. 98% blueing. Upgrade completed. He has extra MC stock with adj comb and forend.

    Two questions:

    - is 32" barrels rare for Rem 3200?

    - How much is this package worth?

    Sorry - no pics for now.

    Thanks.

    Jon
     
  2. rick979

    rick979 Active Member

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    32" barrels draw a premium. nice gun could be worth north of $1,600.00. Rick~~~Texas
     
  3. slugbug1

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    I just went thru several weeks looking for one of these...I would say 1200-1250 will be more realistic. 32"s are a little more scarce. I see them advertised for 1400 plus but they seem to hang around quite awhile. If it has really good wood that would give you an advantage. Need pics.GaryL.
     
  4. KEYBEAR

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    I agree with rick979 (dam) a 32 inch is a premium and $1,600.00 would not be out of line .
     
  5. short shucker

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    dimapower,

    A true 98% (both wood and metal) 3200 w/ updates done will bring between $1,500 to $1,600. It may take a week or two to find a buyer at that price. If it has competition grade wood, it would help the sale.

    A quickie sale would go in the $1,200 area.

    ss
     
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    Just asking....as I see 98% used guite frequently here.....but isn't true 98%....new unfired.....I thought 98% was the condition before you shot it and less after you did. I've bought quite a few guns over the years, usually I buy NIB.....and very few of them would I consider to be 100% ....my experience has been,... your lucky if its 98% when you assemble it. If it's been shot 98% is gone.....what say you?,,.....%~)
     
  7. KEYBEAR

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    221 98% is what we think it is if we are selling and 85% is what we get if we are buying . I agree that a gun is never 98% if your really truthful with the buyer and your self . But that is the problem and we know that and realize it,s really 85% ?
     
  8. rick979

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    I agree with Alf.....AGAIN!! Rick ~~~Texas
     
  9. BILL GRILL

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    If as described, it will bring the 1600.00 and maybe more. You can always come down. If as described, with updates done I will give the 1600.00 sight unseen,
    with 3 day inspection. Bill
     
  10. Setterman

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    PM sent. I'm looking for 32" 3200.
     
  11. dimapower

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    John,

    Pm replied to. I will get contact info for you this afternoon.

    Jon
     
  12. OldGoat

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    Interesting that the "Blue Book" indicates that 32" barrels are less desirable than 30"...but that is only one of several differences that you can note in the Blue Book. Try to buy Smith & Wessons for the listed $ in the Blue Book...they have very low selling prices listed. I always thought 32" barrels should be worth more. Regards, Ed
     
  13. KEYBEAR

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    OldGoat That is the reason I don,t buy the Blue Book . If I need a real price I look at web sites selling guns . You see them sell on the sites and you see real prices that the guns do sell for . Also cheaper then a Blue Book
     
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    ALF...excellent points...the sites do reflect the market, but I see some of the asking prices on some sites and they are kinda outa sight (pardon the pun). Regards, Ed
     
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