How much is a Remington mohawk 48 shotgun worth?
Id say a good $200-$300
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Both of those names are in the list of old shotguns importedfrom Belgium c. 1900. Probably sold by Sears Roebuck. Laminatedsteel barrels should be retired. If it has side hammers, it shouldbring $125-$150 as a mantle decoration.
Answer . 1954 to 1969...$196 in Good Cond. w/plain barrel up to $421 if NIB w/Vent Rib [according to 27th edition Gun Traders Guide]..... Sold mine for $500 on Gun Broker and did not see any thing less than that in all my research.
Answer . I see them here in the trading papers in West Virginia for around 300.00 in 65% condition.
Answer . Hi, i have a remnigton 12 gauge semi automatic mohawk 48 and i think they were only made for 4 years in the early 60s or early 70s. As far as price i have heard of people buying them right around 200 dollars. Im really not to sure about the 20 gauge you might want to take it to gun appr…aiser. (MORE)
Answer Between 400 and 500 dollars, depending on condition of gun. \n. \n. 1980 brand new still in the box
First, you'll need to answer some questions: is it new in box, gently used, or beat up and abused? Does it have any accessories? Is it choked? What is the barrel length (full size is 30")? How about choke tubes? gently used, improved cylinder and 26" barrel A beautiful, brand new Remington 1100 c…ompetition 12 ga with 30" barrel runs $1000, but your mileage WILL vary. . First, you'll need to answer some questions: is it new in box, gently used, or beat up and abused? Does it have any accessories? Is it choked? What is the barrel length (full size is 30")? How about choke tubes? A beautiful, brand new Remington 1100 competition 12 ga with 30" barrel runs $1000, but your mileage WILL vary. (MORE)
Answer . That would be answerable if Sears had only sold one model of shotgun. In fact, they sold many different models. Please ask the question again with a better description.\n. \nThink about it this way... would you ask car people "How much is a Ford worth?"\n. \firstname.lastname@example.org…et\n. \nIf you can give the Sears Product Code stamped on the gun, we can probably cross reference it to the manufacturer's model. With the Sears brand, it will probably bring about 2/3 as much as one marked with the manufacturer's name in the same condition. \n. \nPS. MY Ford is worth about $35 if the gas tank is full! (MORE)
Depends on model, condition and age. You can also compare your model with other browning models on online listing sites such Gunsinternational.com Or you can take pictures and pay for an appraisal through the blue book of gun values.
Answer . $500 in good condition. Lot of factors involved. New or Original, Ribbed, choke, Etc. I have seen 3 sell on Gun Broker for $500, $531, $581 in the last couple of months. I have also seen some offered up to $1,800 all fancied up. Suggest you go to Gunbroker.com and keep checking back on …their site. Good Luck (MORE)
Remington 511 value . I bought a Remington 511-X (1964) this week at a pawn shop. I paid $175. There was a copy of a gun Blue Book on the counter, maybe not the latest edition, but it listed the 5411-X at about $175 for 80% finish, IIRC.
Try Craig's list, I think they will list guns or local swap sheets, gun shops, the shotgun news and many on line gun auction sites
there are many variables, caliber and condition being the most important. You can look on a couple firearm auction websites to see what they are selling for today. Location (popularity of the caliber and rifle), scope, sling, and etc all make up a total price. You can find several for sale from $350… to $600. IF you are a seller, contact me. Iflya310@yahoo.com Maybe i can be a buyer... then we, together, can answer your question. (MORE)
I don't know how long ago you asked this question, but do you have this gun??
Current (2008) used gun prices on a Mohawk 600 Remington in any caliber vary by condition but for those in "very good" to "excellent" condition the range is between $300 and $400. All variants of the 600 are essentially light weight (6 Lbs. +/-), with 18.5" barrels Those designated 600 "Mohawk's" di…d not have the (of no practical value) ventilated rib on top of the barrel and sported a cheaper, but equally functional, laminated stock. Remington discontinued the 600 line in the mid-1970's but reincarnated it the 1990's in several models, none including the original 600 designation. These newer versions have essentially the same short throw bolt action but with some minor functional improvements .Some are significantly better finished and stocked than the original, and priced accordingly. All have added short magnum calibers to the more established centre fire .22 to .35 caliber range and the barrels have been lengthened to 20" to 22", increasing the weight by half a pound or so. Either a used 600 in good condition, or any of its more recent offspring remain pretty much in a class by themselves in the short, light weight bolt action carbine category (MORE)
A 1895 Remington single barrel 12 gauge shotgun is worth between$200 and $2,000 depending on its condition. The actual value willvary greatly based on the specific model and the buyers interested.
I'm not an expert on shotguns, but my dad owns a Garbi. You can get a good used one (which is what most people do) from $2,000 to $6,000. New ones can be anywhere over $10,000.
I paid $190 for mine. Just saw an 11-58 last weekend at Cabelas for $159. Both in average condition.
Best to just hang in on the wall. Not worth more than 100 USD.. Best to just hang in on the wall. Not worth more than 100 USD.
$48 Whoever answered this question with $48 is underquoting the value. I own one that was given to me. In it's condition (which would probably be considered 50%) was valued at $150.
It depends on the type of shotgun, but the average price is 325 to375 dollars. If you can get a collector to buy it versus a privatesale, you may be able to get up to 800 dollars.
$300 to $500 depending on gauge and extras. Also some models had ingraving and nicer wood.
A 16 gauge shotgun is typically worth between $200 and $500depending on the model. The condition of the shotgun also plays alarge part in its actual value.
Odds are it isn't a Remington at all, but rather an Ithaca Model 37. To my knowledge, it was the only bottom-eject pump shotgun ever made.. As for value; any gun (or anything else for that matter) is worth whatever another is willing to pay for it.
The value really depends on the condition of the gun. In poor condition the price should be around $100 on up to $400 for one in very good condition.The first Model 11's were made in 1905 and continued until 1947. They were designed by John Browning and are basically the Browning Auto 5.
Nothing, because it doesn't exist. I Own one: Its a shotgun Autoloader 12 gauge 2 Â¾" shells What I should have said is that it's not listed on Remington's website under Firearm Model History. Also, I can't find any mention of it in either the Standard Catalog of Remington Firearms or The Guns of… Remington. What markings are on it? Mowhawk Brown was a term used to describe the color of the Zytel stock on the Model 66. Also Apache Black and Seneca Green. Maybe someone at remingtonsociety.com can help. *It is a 12ga simi auto 28 inch full choke great, inexpensive shotgun, not bad looking but a bit ruff on the sholder, I have had one for many years, used mostly for skeet and dove. I have never had a malfunction and it is accurate as any expensive gun Mohawk is stamped in 1/2 inch type on the receiver and can not be missed. It sells for around 300 bucks and can be found cheeper if you look. A great entry shotgun (MORE)
We recently found a F.A. loomis LXl dbl shotgun and was also wondering if anyone knew what it may be worth . Thanks
50-100 US Dollars Again, I think this is a low quote. Mine, at %50 condition has been valued at $150.
i picked one up a while back in great condition for $350.00 but average price is 500 to 550
Well, slavery is forbidden so Tommy Mohawk cannot be 'for sale' at any price; so priceless?. If you mean Tommy's Mohawk; about 35 bucks if you can find someone who knows how to do a mohawk.
i just bought 1 a few months ago off of gunbroker.com for 350.00. it was in very good shape.
depends on the quality of the rifle 100%-90%-80% etc i know that a .223 is rare and is worth more than other calibers. i have a mohawk 600 in .223 and its priced around $1,200 i believe. sorry im not much help but just google around and you'll find it.
sounds like someone is crazy with these low values.I am a gun dealer in tn and I have seen these guns go for more than 1300 dollars.I attend every gun show and have seen several go for 800 to 900 easy.I had one in mint condition with the skeet barrel I sold for 1575
I think you mean the model 48, no 40 I've ever heard of, and in typical lack of creativity for models in 1948.
The Mohawk is a 11-48 variant so 1949-1968, serial should be 5,000,000 + unless it's a 410 or 28 then it's 4,000,000+ so these don't overlap with the regular 48
excellent condition, 400 very good, 275 good, 200 what most are, 120 tops. simple plain workhorse guns w/ no jazz. but shoot well.
$300 to $400 dollars for the basic 1100 in 12 ga with any choke except a variable. A variable scope will kick it up about $75. If ribbed skeet barell, add another $150. The 1100 had a barrel recall around 1975. Shotguns made before that time usually have a different barrel. The recall really was u…nnecessary as the failure was very uncommon and only if shells were substantially over loaded. If the barrel is not the original you can subtract $75. Now for the bad news. The prices quoted are what should be expected selling to an individual. But if you sell to pawn shop or gun shop you should expect only one third of that amount. The Remington 1100 was one of the most reliable semi autos ever made. In the 1970;s a record was set where there was not a single failure with more than 4000 rounds fired. Also, as 12 ga shotguns go the recoil is very tame due to the employees gas operation. I was inquiring about selling a few of my guns. I had 4 lame gun dealers tryig to tell me the value of my firearms had dropped by over 50% since buying them over 40 yeats ago. No way is that even possible. With increased firearms restrictions values have only risen. Plus the firearms I was interested in selling are not Federally or State Registered because they were purchased prior to the current FTA Laws. That again makes them worth a premium. Also one 22 rifle I was interested i selling was a JC Higgens semi auto which held 19 rounds of Long Rifle. It had no serial number on it, manufactured that way at the time because again Federal Firearms Laws did not require a serial number. Watch your step whenever you go to sell a firearm, coins, car, home or anything else. There are plenty of scammers out there just as the first person responding to your question saying you should have taken the $125 for it. I hope he ends up getting a taste of his own medicine for giving such bad advice. Of course he could also be an uneducated moron. (MORE)
They are date code stamped on the barrel on left side in front of receiver. A barrel location diagram and the date code table (month/year) is available on the Remington Society of America.
I have one thats in superior condition that has the solid rib and was told at a gun show that it was worth around $1100 and up. Mine is a Sportsman "Sweet 16" and I still shoot it occasionally. I like it better than any shotgun I've ever had and the only complaint I have is it is a lot heavier than …those made today...but thats because this gun was made to still be shooting 53 years later. (MORE)
Remington didn't make a Model 1 shotgun, if it's a #1 Rolling block it could be shot out but it's no a shotgun. I doubt however you could have identified a Model 1 Rolling Block vs all the models but not know it's not a rifle. Best determine what you have and need a VERY good description (for identi…fication) and value. (MORE)
I had the same question and made a visit to the gunsmith, mine is a 60's model in fair condition, he told me it was worth around 100-200 since it was in the condition. He also said it depended on the condition mostly, 1-300 dollars.
I am by no means an expert, but my first shotgun was a used Remington 1100 sportsman 12ga shotgun w/ fixed full choke. I bought it at a local pawn shop in good condition for $300. This was about 3 years ago. New, they run about $800 so it depends on the year and condition but $300-$400 used is about… average. Hope this helps. (MORE)
Send me your email & I'll send you a copy of the Mohawk manual. USDF
a Remington 22 cal viper new is worth 250 dollars used depending on condition probably half that
$ 1000.I do not know who answered this question?I have a model 722 in 300 Savage caliber and paid 475 dollars for mine.It is one sweet shooting bolt action rifle.I would not sell it for the world.I know have a chance to buy one in .244 remington caliber(6mm Remington) with the faster twist rate barr…el.The price on that one is 450 dollars,and I am going to jump on that one also.Most can be found for between 400-550 dollars and they are fine made rifles with alot of accuracy going for them. (MORE)
This is the canned answer to the general question "how much is my gun worth". There is no way that this can be determined via a description of the firearm because condition of the item is critical to its value. In addition, whether the gun is considered to be modern or antique will significantly a…ffect not only its value but its saleability in some jurisdictions. The steps necessary to assess a firearm are to first Clearly identify the manufacturer and model of the firearm along with serial number and significant features. Many people choose to not report the full serial number but instead disguise the least significant digits i.e. 1234XX. Features such as finish, barrel length, custom engraving or carving, and stock material may be significant. It may be useful to consult some of the books on gun values such as "The Official Gun Digest Book if Guns & Prices", the "Official Price Guide to Antique and Modern Firearms", the "Standard Catalog of Firearms", or "Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms". All of these resources can provide information for identifying the firearm. The grading systems used to assign values are usually similar between the books although there can be differences. Once the firearm has been identified and condition determined, the "fair market value" can be assessed by consulting the internet market. AuctionArms.com and GunTrader.com can both provide input as to a gun's present market value. If gun shops and/or gun shows are available in your area, taking your gun in for professional inspection can be informative. Look for businesses or individuals who specialize or deal in that type of gun (take a Luger to a Luger collector rather than a shotgun collector). Remember that these people are in the business and will be looking for a "good deal" if one presents itself. Guns, like everything else, usually aren't worth as much as we would like but they can have appreciable value. Good luck. Bock442 (MORE)
Value depends on a few variables: age, condition of metal and wood, sawed off or original barrel, rifeled or not rifeled, wear of internal parts, whether or not the plug was shortened or out, all original or replaced parts, ect. This question was too general to answer definitively. Always ask questi…ons about a gun before purchace and inspect the entire shotgun before purchase. Do not trust a gun being sold by pawnshop owners or gunshow peddlers. Be aware that they are trying to get rid of those guns to suckers who will buy anything. Used guns are not all bad, but you gotta be real careful about who you get them from and their actual condition. Do not rely on the word of a peddler like those afore mentioned. They do not care if the gun is good or not. Price can vary from person to person, even in a gun show. Good guns can be purchased from them at reasonable prices, but sometimes those bargain prices are a warning. I'd go with a single person that you know, who is the original owner, who did no modifications, that didn't abuse the gun. (MORE)
This is a hard question to answer. There are many different circumstances to consider. Foremost is condition and differences from a base model. Using these two factors, in good condition and a base model can be worth anywhere from $250 to $400 or more.
It depends on many factors. Such as, what kind of building. What town is the building in. What kind of shape is it in?
In itself, no very great value- there are still a lot of them around. About $1.
Anywhere from $10 to $1000. The value of ANY gun is based on exact make, model, variety and condition- and we don't know those things.