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Remington 32

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Joe Woods, Feb 3, 2010.

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  1. Joe Woods

    Joe Woods Well-Known Member

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    The other day I shot skeet with a gentleman who was shooting a very nice
    Rem. Model 32/ 26 " Barrel/ Updated wood.
    I am stuck in Tucson,Az with no Blue Books, anybody tell me what year these guns were made.This gun is not for sale. But I did enjoy to see it.

    Joe Woods/Ontario
     
  2. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    That gun is the predecessor to the model 32 Krieghoff and the Grandfather to the K-80.
     
  3. K-80BUD

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    Rem. model 32 made from 1932-1942 Made a total of 5,053 guns in all grades.

    Bud Wood
     
  4. cle

    cle Member

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    Got one for sale...........32" F/IM and 26" Skt/Skt. S/N 35XX - all matching numbers. Restored by Del Greco in Ilion. $4,000.
     
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    One on gunbroker.
     
  6. Barry C. Roach

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    Didn't even know they made a double trigger version.
     
  7. Dbl Auto

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    I believe that the two trigger guns were very early production. The M32 skeet gun that I owned and sold at Jaquas Fine guns is back there for sale at $1695.
    Doug Allison
     
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    I have seen them sell as low as 900 bucks

    I would say the range for a plain one in good mechanical condition would be 900-1500

    anything wrong or dinged up- subtract from above

    common for safety to be broken and trigger problems

    common upgrade was a miller trigger--

    fancy ones go for more of course- a lot more usually

    mono blocks are solid-- as good as krieghoffs I think

    I had the fanciest one ever made converted to a K80-- it took a lot of work and 3 years to get it done

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    I sold one three years ago. that was new in the box, for 8000.oo. I still have on original one and one with a custom stock and Miller Trigger. Both TCs. Maybe I'll take one out of the safe and shoot it this weekend.

    Ed Yanchok
     
  10. BDodd

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    I'm envious Ed.....Bob Dodd
     
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    The fanciest and I think the nicest Rem 32 ever made- made for a factory executive-

    Converted to K80 by Krieghoff

    Dieter has had this in his hands and his showroom a couple of times- I dont know if it caused any consternation or not- it was nitrided by them also

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    bottom of above
     
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    right side of above
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    left side of above
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    forearm of above
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  16. BDodd

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    Now I'm REALLY envious....BD
     
  17. David McMillen

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    Gene,
    Beautiful gun. Makes me dizzey looking at all the engraving. Maybe you'll shoot it @ the Grizzley shoot this year.

    David McMillen
     
  18. OLD ONE EYE

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    Gene that is the nicest M32 I ever saw you are a lucky proud owner thanks for the morning rush I really enjoyed looking at this gun to start my day.
    Buddy
     
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    That is one absolutely beautiful M32!!! I had Tommy Kaye engrave one of mine. Not nearly as full coverage or as ornate, but he did a very good job on it. The Serial number listed in an earlier post has been published before and is inaccurate. I have one with a SN a little under 5600 and know of two more that are/were owned by the same family with SN's over 6000. I haven't seen the son in a few years, so don't know their present status. However, from such a small production came great things - the Krieghoff M32 which is virtually an exact copy with the exception of the trigger and the K-80. I have one set of Remington Skeet barrels with K32 extractors. They fit fine and required no fitting. Ditto the siding cover on a M32 owned by a friend. I have shot K32 and K80 barrels on one of my Remingtons as long as I used the barrel's forearm. The K-80 barrels were a tight fit but worked perfectly - including ejecting the empties.
     
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