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remington 700 collectors

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by ClaySmoke, Aug 9, 2012.

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  1. ClaySmoke

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    Only one I've seen sell was on gunbroker back in may. It sold for $800. I think that's about where the market is on them. I haven't seen collectors after these later model guns, at least not yet anyways. Hope this helps. Garrett
     
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    Although scarce, the caliber IMO does not increase the value. I see them sold on other forums for 650-850.

    Nice dog killer. If the bolt has a J lock deduct 25 to 35 dollars. Somehow the J lock is unpopular.

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    I had one of these when they first came out. It was a very accurate rifle. I was always a fan of the .222 Rem. It was one of my favorite prairie dog guns. As the dog hunting evolved we did less shooting from a bench so a lighter gun wsa more desirable. I can't tell you what the current value is as I sold mine 6-8 years ago to buy a Sako 222. Good luck Stan
     
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