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Remington 1100 20ga value

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by 338reddog, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. 338reddog

    338reddog Member

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    I have been offered a really nice 20ga 2 3/4 1100 in a trade. It is not a light weight and has a fixed mod choke vent rib and 95% overall condition. If I take it what would be a fair price for a quick sale.

    I have a Winchester 1894 30wcf made in 1895. 26 in round barrel in nice condition. Unfourt someone added their soc serc # to the receiver. Ive been offered a beretta 301 magnum and rem 1100 20 for my 94 and a nice ruger mk1 22 pistol. I value my guns at $900 and think I maybe getting the short end.
     
  2. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Hold them closer to the monitor so I can see them.
     
  3. 338reddog

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    My camera took a dump or I would take some pics. I don't have the 1100 anyways. I doubt you have the knowledge anyways Brian, LOL I am just kidding. I think I sent you some pics of some of my other Winchesters in the past. Its a shame someone engraved on receiver. this gun has a great bore and good original blueing with some case colors on the lever and full case on the hammer. Orig hammer with heart shape checkering.
     
  4. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    The collector value is gone now, but it would still have shooter value if the engraving is shallow enough to be removed and the receiver reblued or color cased.

    Despite being a second year production 1894, the .30-30 chambered 1894s did not start shipping from the factory until around August 1895. So if this gun is an 1895 then it is a very early 30-30.

    Prices are all over the board on 1894s. Decent ones are really starting to shoot up in price. Beaters and those with damage (like social security numbers) drops value like a stone.
     
  5. trw

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    You have a PM
     
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