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k32 san remo question

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by wolfee, Apr 16, 2008.

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  1. wolfee

    wolfee TS Member

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    I have a k32 san remo that I just had Briley put choke tubes in for me. I am thinking that would rather have a combo set though. Does anyone know about the Joel Etchen 687's, and where could I find a rough trade in value of me 32. I will put pics on later, I am at work right now and don't have any with me.
    Jim
     
  2. wolfee

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    Also, Briley logged the serial number as 1XX. I thought it was a 7, but they would probably know better than me. I have had people tell me that it is around 97%. Jim
     
  3. Shooting Coach

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    If you M-32 has the very low serial no., does the selector have the dogleg or is it round?

    A round selector would indicate the gun was built with surplus Remington internals. This would make the gun worth considerabley less.

    If in doubt, look at the number through a magnifier. Even a 7 hundred something might have Remington internals.

    Also, if the gun has Remmie internals, the safety will not have the button you must push to operate it.

    Lastly, if you like the gun, why not find a Topsingle and install it on your gun? It may or may not need fitting.

    Any dealer will rook you on your gun. Little money is made on new guns, due to competition. They make their gun money on trade ins.

    If you want to sell your gun, why not post it here with details and pictures? It costs nothing, and zillions of folks will see it. Shipping is an easy thing for a long gun. Any Fed Ex hub will ship your gun.
     
  4. wolfee

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    It has the doglegged selector, and as for the safety i am not sure. The 32 was actually given to me with the intent of me trading it if I couldn't shoot it. I will post pics when I take them, and if I can figure out how.
     
  5. thewolf

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    Good peaple. 687 combo is a pretty gun. If it fits you, it should be a good trade. Been Shooting 682's for 20 yrs. Same gun with replaceable shoulders on the barrels. 500k and 3 guns, haven't replaced one yet. 32 SR could be between 3-5k depending on condition, year etc......
     
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    If your gun has the dogleg selector, it is ALL Krieghoff. Try putting it on this site first if you are going to sell it.
     
  7. g7777777

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    Actually with that serial number it is not a San Remo per se - because they didnt grade them as such at that time -- not that that really matters

    guns under 1000 do have a lower market value although they may be every bit as good as later guns

    Gene
     
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    I'd like to see a pic if you are going to sell it.
     
  9. wolfee

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    Coach send me an email to the posted address, and if I decide to sell it I will send you some. I believe I am going to make it to a gun club today to shoot it, and look at some combo's to try and decide.
     
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