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Remington 3200 Collectors

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by LovelessA, Jan 13, 2012.

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  1. LovelessA

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    Rare premier grade.
    One of 116 trap model.
    Engraved in Belgium and never fired.
    I have all paper work and documentation.
    Also have hard case.
    Fixed choke and improved modify and Full.
    Original boxes
    Nice wood
    30" Barrels
    $6500 (Book value $7200)
    Call Alan Loveless (615) 691-3984





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  2. cubancigar2000

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    I am drooling profusely
     
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    Must be the pink nail polish that got him!
     
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    The gun pictured is not one of the 116 engraved in Belgium. That 116 had 7 gold birds inlaid on them. Three ducks on the right side of receiver, 3 pheasants on the left side of receiver and a grouse on the bottom of the receiver. The gun pictured is one of the balance (384) of the 500 total Premiers made for the Remington Premier International division. The 116 that were gold inlaid, were part of that 500. The engraving on the gun shown is like the One of 1,000 models except the Premiers seem to have had the engraving cut deeper than the One of 1,000 models.

    Very nice gun.
     
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    This is what the side panels on the 116 done in Belgium look like


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  6. Nutso

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    Is the satin finish standard on those guns, I thought most higrade Remingtons from that era were hi-gloss.
     
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    Nutso:

    I have seen Premiers with the satin finish and also have seen Premiers with the hi-gloss finish. Wood does get switched around on guns, and refinished. The Premiers also had the same pattern of checkering as the One of 1,000 guns. Take into account it has also been close to 40 years since these guns were made I doubt that anyone can be 100% sure of the correct answer to your question.
     
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    you are so wrong,the gun is worth 3k 3500tops if interested write me
     
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