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NIB Remington 90T value?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Crunch, Apr 18, 2013.

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  1. Crunch

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    I have a couple of questions regarding the Remington 90T. Did they come with a removable trigger? Do the later models require the updates or were they done at the factory (serial no 3XXX). What is the value of a LNIB Remington 90T with the low rib? Does anyone have any additional information about this trap gun.
     
  2. joe90t

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    Yes they ALL came with the Removable trigger. NONE of the 90T's had the forearm update at the Factory. The "Locking Lug-Bolt" was changed after about 1200-1300 (I think). Hope this Helps. Joe joe90t
     
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    Joe, what did the forearm update do? I've read many places that the 90t's shoot low and that the only way to raise the POI was to have an adj. comb fitted? Was this "the" fix?
     
  4. ljuticsscentennialpro

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    Not all 90T's were created equal; buyers of new guns had a choice of different comb heights which were marked on the original boxes. As I recall the stocks were stamped with different code numbers for the different drops in stocks. They will have different points-of-impact, depending on the comb heights. LNIB low ribs seem to go for about $2000-$2200. Bob
     
  5. cubancigar2000

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    My opinion only - new in box 90T is worth $2500 if it has both triggers today. I sent you a PM
     
  6. cubancigar2000

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    Pull & Release
     
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    No, the triggers aren't drop out, but you only have to remove the one screw in the trigger guard to remove it.
     
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    I think we're talking semantics... the trigger does drop out. The forearm update allows the gun to wear-in instead of wear-out the forearm iron. Chokes can vary, so have the bore and constriction measured.

    Built by Kolar Arms for Remington in Racine WI, during the mid 90s. There is a lot information on these guns by doing a search here...

    Great Support is still providing by Kolar or by Doug Braker (GunDr) in Backus, MN...

    I still have a 1996 Remington Catalogue with the "T"... I own both a low rib and HPAR...

    Great Guns...

    Jay
     
  9. Bluzman98

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    Nice guns....

    I remember buying a new HPAR....at the time Remington was giving the both the buyer and the dealer 5-10 free flats of shells as an incentive to buy the gun.
    I enjoyed shooting the gun, but had my sights on a Ljutic and eventually traded it in a deal. Purchased a used one from Bob Shultz and again traded it on a deal. I wish I had either one of them as a backup.

    JMHO

    Jim C
     
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    I personally believe that they will always hold their value or go up in value. It's the old supply and demand thing. You can't go out and buy a new one. Like anything that isn't made anymore, the more original it is and the better condition it is in will determine it's value. I'm very thankful that I was able to find a HPAR in excellent condition, all original except the stock adjuster and a new Kick-eez pad. I also think the 90-T was the best single barrel trap gun ever made. JMHO. Dale
     
  11. joe90t

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    Well here I go again---Shot for Shot-Day in Day out-years from NOW--The 90T will "take a Lickin' and Keep on Ticking". Ok that is My opinion!!!Like SO many people on Ts.com i have owned and shot a LOT of different Trapguns. I also trade guns with the intent of making a "Little" cash and ALSO putting a GOOD Gun in someone's Hands.TM1's are GREAT Guns BUT, the 90T with it's "Tank" like construction will last YEARS before any Gunsmithing is needed. I (JMO) do NOT believe a TM1 can be shot as Much as a 90T without some work. NOW--This is my opinion and I am NOT looking for a "Pi$$ing"Contest!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Joe joe90t
     
  12. 90Tshooter

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    I agree with joe90t.

    Joe
     
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    I agree with Joe90t

    Have had a couple of each and the one Tm1 shot the most needed the firing pin hole rebuilt.I still have not had the forend update done on my 90Ts.


    John G.
     
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    Fine gun-shot flat!!
     
  15. Schoolcop

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    Don't hold back Joe tell'em how you really feel. lol My 90-T shipped today from Dougs. Wiil probably be a long 4 or 5 days until it gets here.
     
  16. joe90t

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    Schoolcop, I think there are a LOT of us waiting to see your "NEW" 90T. Of course i have NEVER seen an "UGLY" 90T. !!!!!!!!JUST a Word of Caution !!!!!! This winter use a "gun sock" at night because if you roll over against that COLD receiver you are in for a "Shock". LOL Joe joe90t
     
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    Yea, can't wait to see that 90-T School!

    I have to say that both the TM-1, and the 90-T are very close. I have shot both and..... I have to say that the 90-T would be my choice, and that is solely based on maintenance issues. The weight difference is also a factor.

    When you close both side by side, there is a difference, although I have shot the
    TM-1 better. 90-T seems more solid, and heavier.

    Man, that is tough. My heart still says 90-T.
     
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    The TM 1 will cost much more when repairs are needed.
     
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    Years ago I shot a friends TM1 and personally I like the way the 90-T feels better. Some people think the 90-T is heavy but to me all the weight is between your hands in the receiver. A heavier gun helps reduce recoil and it still doesn't feel muzzle or butt heavy. That is probably why they have a reputation of being soft shooting guns. Dale
     
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    I'm pretty computer stupid so if someone wouldn't mind posting the pics for me I'd gladly email them when it comes in.
     
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