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Remington 3200 "One of 1,000" Help

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by R.Ewing, Jul 21, 2007.

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  1. R.Ewing

    R.Ewing Member

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    Remington 3200

    Hello all. I am looking to get rid of the gun I have now and I came across this Remington 3200 One of 1,000 that looks pretty nice. Does anyone know how old this model is and if it would be worth considering to get?
     
  2. ou.3200

    ou.3200 Well-Known Member

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    Remington 3200

    The One of 1000 Remington 3200s were made in the 1973-74 time frame. They are the same quality mechanically as the other 3200 models but have upgraded wood and engraving. The 3200s are generally very good guns if they can be bought for the right price and if the updates have been done on them. I would not pay a high price for one without the updates.
     
  3. BDodd

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    Ditto ou.3200. If the One of 1,000 has been shot much, I'd treat it pretty much as most any other 3200 but a higher grade than the "Trap" or "Special Trap" - so maybe in the $1500/$1800 range max; shot but very clean and updated. If it's new in box the price goes up even if it's not updated since it's now in the collector's category; maybe +/- $2500. If apparently fired but still Like-new, and truly pristine, and if you want to have it as a shooter, then it best be updated and very clean at premium prices. As ou said, there was nothing mechanically superior to the One ofs....Bob Dodd
     
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