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Remington 3200 1 of 1000

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by valley1, Oct 30, 2009.

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  1. valley1

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    Looking at a couple of trap guns a friend has for sale.Could someone give me a fair market value.NO.1 is Remington 3200 1 0f 1000,30"barrels imp.mod. and full 95% or better no cracks or blemishes has not had updates. NO.2 is Beretta 682,32 "ported barrel with mobile chokes, bottom single high rib, mobile chokes approx. 90% nice tight gun.Any help appreciated.
    Thank you
     
  2. rick979

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    3200 "one of 1,000" with no updates @95% = $1,200.00
    682 bottom single @90% = $1,000.00
     
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    Ric offers a tough rating on the 3200 One of 1000. My 15 yr. old Fjesteds Blue Book would suggest that a truly 95%, used 1 of 1000 had a value of $1475 many years ago. If it is as described, used but not abused but without updates, it could draw $1800/$2000 today. And, yes, I know that updates today would be pretty expensive instead of free when my Fjesteds was puplished. If I was looking at it, wanted it, and decided it was previously fired but not worn or abused or altered, I'd consider $1800 as a fair asking price and would offer less with hope in mind.....breakemall.....Bob Dodd
     
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    Deduct for the updates ($600.00) and you will be right there. $1,200.00. Plus most people don't know how to grade guns correctly so could be even less. I have a 95% plus gun with all the updates that I would sell for the $1,800.00.
     
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    "1 of 1000" trap or skeet ? JOND
     
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    rick979

    You have PM
     
  7. theodorescolt45

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    I respectfully dis-agree on the updates. In terms of collector value the 'non-updated ' 3200's are more scarce. Also, according to pat Liab the updates were not REQUIRED unless you had stock cracking, forend cracking or FP issues with enlarged FP holes, etc. I personally know several shooters ( who shoot quite a bit ) that use 3200's without updates and have never had an issue. And, on another note I also know several who also shoot a lot ( probablly a LOT more ) and they had to have repairs AFTER the updates due to FP issues ). So I think it really depends ... a lot of the stock cracking ( so I have been told ) is due to over tightening the stock bolt, I think I read or heard somewhere that it should be about 7ft lbs torque ! , irregardless of whether or not the updates have been performed.

    Just an opinion and I think each 3200 has to be evaluated differently.

    One think I have seen problems with in a few 3200's is ported barrels and choke tubes, I have seen and heard of more where the barrels split between the ports and at the muzzle near the rear of the choke tube ! Not a Good thing !

    IMHO
     
  8. Ken X

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    Have seen decent 1 of 1000'S going for over 2 grand nowadays! They are getting tougher to find! And they ARE beautiful guns!
     
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    FYI
    Current Blue Book listing:

    MODEL 3200 "ONE OF 1000" Add to Collection
    - limited edition, elaborate engraving, fancy wood, supplied with hard case, made in both skeet and trap models. Mfg. 1,000 each model: 1973 (Trap) and 1974 (Skeet).
    Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
    Trap (30 IM/F or F/F) $2,150 $1,750 $1,475 $1,325 $1,200 $1,075 $875
    Skeet (26-28 in.SK/SK) $1,925 $1,675 $1,475 $1,325 $1,200 $1,075 $875
     
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    Valleyl, If I were looking in todays market I would say the above Blue book is correct. Mine it two years old and is exactly the same. at 95% thats 1,500 dollars miuus 600 dollars for the upgrades. I would offer 900 dollars for the gun. If you want to go more its up to you. Also I would shy away from the Beretta Mobile choke guns unless he was selling way below worth. You want the Optima type choked barrels. The 682 Mono gun is at $900 @ 90%. I am guessing you have the Mono gun, its not a combo is it. If not a Mono post exactly what you have and I will look it up for you. Good Luck and Break-em all. Jeff

    As you may be able to tell, I am not a big fan of the 3200. Rick above says 1,200 dollars is Ok. Were in a buyers market right now as well, lots of guns for sale. Buy Cheap!!!
     
  11. theodorescolt45

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    Remington 3200 1 of 1000 for $900 Wanted !
    I will buy each and every Remington 1 of 1000 with or without updates, with matching Numbers and Original wood for $900.00 / each. I prefer the 28 inch skeet but I will settle for trap models and the un-wanted 26 inch skeet models too. Note: not looking for any standard grades or competition grades, just nice clean 1 of 1000's. The case would be nice too and I would pay an extra $50.00 for it.

    Email me anytime and I will work out the details. I will purchase up to 1000 of each model for $900.00 each, even if it has a nick in the blueing or stock. if the stock has been altered or cut I am not interested, if the s/n's do not match I am not interested, if it's ported or choke tubes in it I am not interested. If it has the sub-gauage tubes, I am ok with that and you can throw them in with the deal. I would prefer a few 28 inch skeet 1 of 1000's.

    Thanks !

    send all your inquiries and pictures to: " theodorescolt45@yahoo.com "

    The more the merrier !

    LOL !
     
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    thanks for pointing out the information regarding updates on the 3200. I was told the very same thing by Tom Fox at Laib's. There are a couple of pressure points in the tang area that should be relieved to help with preventing the stock splitting. I believe there is some disagreement among gunsmiths about the 5 - 7 lb torque on the stock bolt. Personally I think more stocks are split by not having enough pressure put on the bolt to avoid any movement to start with between the tank and the wood. Having said that, the amount of pressure is probably a moot point if the stock is not inletted to the tang correctly to start with.

    If you get too may offers on those nice clean, 1 of 1,000's @ $900 each than you can handle, drop me a PM.
     
  13. theodorescolt45

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    OldRemFan:

    you are right, I was told 'snug, but not too tight' ! but to concor with your observations I have a Rem 3200 in the Box ( no updates, no recoil pad ) from 1973
    about 99% overall. So I did not want to butcher the original stock but wanted a recoil pad so I bought another 3200 stock ( not cheap ! ) and tried my best to
    get the stock bolt loose and with no avail ( did not want to bugger the stock bolt head either ) then for kicks and giggles, same thing on the forend. So I guess they were torqued down rather snug or a thread locker was in place as I never had an issue with the other 3200's I have seen. And of course no cracked stocks, no forend issues etc ... A recall is just that " some models exhibited this behavior so we will fix them all to be safe, do they all need it, NO !, but can't hurt. "

    Any response from the forum on the split barrels after porting or NON-Briley choke tube installs ( frankly briley thin walls are the only tubes I have heard NEVER had the issue ).

    Also, if any of you trap shooters want to don a pair of plaid shorts I have a Remington 3200 28 inch skeet gun boxed ( no updates done ) if anyone has an interest.

    And, still want to buy all of the $900.00 1 of 1000's ... I just checked my available balance so 1st come 1st served and at present time I could not purchase all 2000 available but I could swing a few of the non butchered 1 or 1000's also same holds for pigeon grades too and if they have extra barrels I will gladly pay the extra shipping as the box will be heavier and take them off your hands !

    Now, I was just trying to offer my experience with 3200's ( and Win 101's )
    but I would like another 1 of 1000 in skeet in 28 inch ( I have a 26 inch model. )

    good luck, they both sound like good guns, I know nothing about beretta's, are they made in the US ?


    IMHO
    -oo
     
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    thedorescolt45. put me in line also, if you get too many of those crappy 1 of 1000 3200s. Same stipulations as yours and you can keep all the skeeters. I would even give you an extra $50 over your generous offer. ganger
     
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    Just out of curiosity, what does he want for the 3200?

    Bernie
     
  16. Ken X

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    One of the big dealers in this country gave me $1800 for a decent 1/1000 trap, knowing he would have no trouble selling it for $2200. And its gone.
     
  17. valley1

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    $1900.00 i will guess 97 to 98% beautiful wood.
     
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