Parts list for Remington model 550-1 automatic 22?
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I also have a Remington Model 6 that was given to me by my Uncle whom had received it from my Grandfather. As a very youg boy I can remember seeing it in my Grandfathers packhouse. He used it to kill rats and vermin around the barn yard. It was in really poor shape when I received it but I lovingly …restored it. Anyway the model 6 was made from 1901-1933 with a total of 497,000 being produced. A rifle in 100% condition is valued at $600, 10% is valued at $75 with a 25% increase for a smooth bore barrel. Mine is priceless. Answer I have found over the years that any item is worth only what someone is willing to pay for . Last week, 8/13/05, at a gun show in NC I was offered $250 for my Remington Improved model 6. When I declined the dealers offer a bystander offered me $350. I still declined because I didn't really want to sell I just wanted an appraisel. My grandmother bought the gun new and gave it to me in 1953, I am giving it to my grandson and wanted to tell him it's value. I have one that is being completely restored, and the offered value at that point is $1000.00 in my area. Not restored it is worth around $300.00. (MORE)
Answer . Try www.ponderosaparts.com/templates/template2.asp?Sel=M&Pkg=5129. If this helps, please email me at Chip.Moore@DOT.gov. I have a model 1914 that is missing an internal part, but I'm not sure what it looks like...
The price is what you are willing to sell it for is what i was told by a avid gun collector. I have a rem mod #4 falling block 22 cal, and Remington couldn't tell me how many were made or when. Stating records were not on computer and would be hard to locate. If this is an heir loom as mine, price w…ill take on more value. Value for a gun for sell is determined by condition over all and especially of lock and bore. Answer AF Grass - Lots of the manufacturers don't know anything about their production in "olden times". Luckily, they will let serious students of the craft study their old records. The Standard Catalog of Firearms and The Blue Book of Gun Values report different production figures for your #4 rolling block (50,000 and 350,000 respectively) but agree that they were manufactured from 1890 to 1933. They're not too close on values either if you look at the low and high ends of the scale, but in the mid range (SCofF Good and Very Good or BBofGV 60-70%) agree on a value of $300-$400. And for the #6 in the original question, BBofGV says 497,000 mfg 1901-33 and SCofF says over 250,000 mfg 1902 and 1903. Values given in grades up to Very Good/70% are pretty close, starting at $75 for Poor/10% and going up to $300/$275. BBofGV goes up to $500 for 95% and SCofF only to $350 for Excellent. All Hat No Horse (MORE)
Answer . \nI ALSO HAVE A MODEL 4 .22 CALIBER ROLLING BLOCK SINGLE SHOT. AFTER SEARCHING THE SERIAL # I ONLY KNOW MINE WAS MADE IN '31-32. TO ME IT'S PRICELESS, MY GREAT-GRANDDADDY BOUGHT IT NEW, THE ONLY REASON FOR MY INTEREST IN VALUE IS FOR INSURANCE. SP8CD@YAHOO.COM
Answer . \nIf you are referring to the Remington New Model Army or Navy revolver, we can probably help.\n. \firstname.lastname@example.org
Answer . \nthe gun is worth about $200 in real good condition, so that being said it will be up to you, if you like the rifle it will be worth it , if not ,,send it to me lol
Answer . \nParets for the OTASCO 6085 are identical as those used in a model 60 Marlin from 1985. They can be purchased from Marlin, Brownells, or Gun Parts Corp.
The Remington model 6 rifle in .22 caliber is a rifle made from 1901 to 1933 resembling the rolling block rifle. There were three grades offered, the first from 1901 to 1903 is the original model 6. The second which had a production from 1903-1929 is the Improved Model 6, and the final grade was the… New Improved Model 6 which had a production from 1929-1933. They come in .22 short, .22 long, .22 long rifle, and .32R short. Some of them were made Remington- Union Metalic Cartridge company. Some versions have sights on the grip that folds upward, while other variations have a fixed sight about half of the barrel down. the fixed sight version has a U rear sight and a standard blade foresight. Caliber can be found on the left side of the barrel, serial number is (usually) found on the underside of the barrel in front of the hand guard. (MORE)
\nMidway usa sells tons of model 700 parts. They are one of the biggest sources of general gun parts both online, and catalog sales.
Gun Traders Guide lists a value of from $87 for "good" to $242 "new in the box", but that's not what they sell for in the real world. I have 34 of the 550 series and have paid as little as $25 through $500. On average a nice model 550-1 (most any year) will sell for around $250.00............
On the left side of the barrel ( facing away from you) is two or three LETTERS. Go here and look them up and you will have your answer. The value depends on AGE, CONDITION and of course the buyer's need. They run everywhere from 80 to 290 dollars depending on these items, Average is around 140.
The model 12 rimfire unit in question was manufactured between 1909 and 1936.. The value of a model 12 is greatly determined by condition and variation, for a general 12A (standard grade). Mint (100%) $800-1,000 Excellent (98%) 700-800 Very good (95%) 600-700 ? (90%) 500-600 Below it's a …shooter from 100-500 depending on overall condition of blue, wood, and rifling. (MORE)
It all depends on the parts you need numrich can help for starts and if you call remington arms co they can point you in the right direction
he value of a model 12 is greatly determined by condition and variation, for a general 12A (standard grade). Mint (100%) $800-1,000 Excellent (98%) 700-800 Very good (95%) 600-700 ? (90%) 500-600 Below it's a shooter from 100-500 depending on overall condition of blue, wood, and rifling
The exact value of a Remington 22 automatic long rifle model 550-1would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of thesefactors would be the age and condition of the rifle.
Don't know the value,but this model 24 was produced from 1922 to 1935. The serial numbers ran from 1 to 130,420,so my guess is that it was produced in the late 20's.
The lowest would be $399. but a gun in good shape with a decent scope could range upwards of $700.
I have just inherited a Remington Model 550-1 from my grandfather and upon checking it's value, which is in about 60% conditin, it seems as though it's value is somewhere in the $$90-$110 range. 95% condition couldn't be more than $150-$175 tops IMO. Hope that helps.. Hoby
What is a Remington 22 short or long barrel rifle worth model 550 and when were they produced grandfathers rifle?
The 550 was made from 1941-1970. You can figure our exactly when it was made but looking at the information supplied here: http://www.remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes The value of a 550, like any firearm, is greatly determined by it's condition the best way to see real value is to …check places like gunbroker.com, gunsamerica.com, gunsinternation.com and look for like condition items, if you can watch for SOLD items, asking and sold sometimes differ greatly, it's only worth what someone is willing to pay for it ;) (MORE)
GREATLY depends on condition (condition and condition) anywhere from $100-$800 for like new in the box.
Try e-gunparts.com. There's a whole list of places on the Remington Society of America here:. http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/service
Remington model 12 serial 782493 listed as 22 special how many were made and can you still get ammo?
The .22 Special round is also known as .22 WRF (not the .22 magnum) and is available online for $8-12 for a box of 50. Some gunshops carry them. Two manufacturers produce this ammo: CCI and Winchester. CCI is a 45gr copper jacketed hollow point and Winchester being a copper "coated" 45gr flattened r…ound nose bullet. (MORE)
I don't know what trouble you have but this really isn't the right place for this kind of question that will probably require multiple back and forth communications. Your best bet is to get on the Remington Society of America (a collector organization) forums and ask there. http://www.remingtonso…ciety.com/forums (MORE)
One possible problem is :. The Rem. 11 shotgun has an adjustable recoil system., You can adjust it for light, medium or heavy loads. If it's adjusted for heavy loads, it won't work for light loads, etc. etc.. Send me an email & I'll send you a scan of the adjustment procedure. You have to remove t…he handguard & move some small parts around. (MORE)
They month and year can be determined by the barrel code, all the details can be found on the Remington Society of America here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes
Send me your email & I'll send you a scan of the manual & exploded view.
Do a search for High Standard A1041 rifle parts. Numrich gun parts has a good selection of parts for this rifle.
These have a horrible and unfortunately correct reputation as a terrible firearm, even new I wouldn't estimate it over $100 and then probably still would be hard to sell for that.
Confused on the question here, a Model 30 is a modified mauser design with several variations and calibers NONE however in 22 nor I don't see how that could even be possible. The 22 inch barrel variation is the 30 Express. They were all made between 1921-1941 so there will be a data code stamped …on the barrel left side in front of the receiver. (MORE)
Remington never made a model 22, a model 12 pump (1910), or a model 24 semi-auto (1925).
Remington never made a model 380 rifle, no model number even resembling that in 22. This is from Remington's page for semi-auto rimfires... Mohawk 10C Model 16 Model 24 Model 241 Model 550 Model 550-1 Model 552 Model 522 Viper Model 597 Nylon 66 Nylon 77
they were made from 1941-1970, they are date code (month/year) stamped on the barrel, diagram for location and table on Remington Society of America.
If you want to know the month & year your rifle was made send me the two or three letter code stamped on the left side of the barrel back by the receiver ring. check the date code stamped on the barrel. Remington Society of America, Manufactured Date link has the details.
Pretty sure the 550 series went out of production around 1971. Very nice accurate little hunting rifles. You can still find them on the used market- I have 4 of them. Try the on-line auctions at auctionarms.com, gunbroker.com. and gunsamerica.com. You WILL need to have the rifle shipped to a dealer …in your home state, and complete same process with him as if you were buying from him. Note that repair parts are getting scarce. (MORE)
Early rolling blocks and the years of the model 12 "pump" were not marked, need a good description to identify.
I HAVE a rem rif .22 model 555-1 i would like to know what it is worth
Check the service and parts link on the Remington Society of America but the e-gunparts.com is a good starting place...
Look at the date code on the barrel. Details on the Remington Society of America, manufactured date link.
Send me your email & I'll send you a scan of the manual. USDF My email is email@example.com
$75-$150, depending on condition. Dealers want $200-$250, though. There is a model 34A which is a bit rarer and worth a bit more, but you indicated:"model 34".
Gun shop, gun shows, pawn shops, egunparts, want ad, for sale ad, garage sale, estate sale
Do not see a 543 in any of my references. Sorry-Sportsman is associated with the Remington centerfire rifles in Model 76, 760, and model 78.
1909 - 1936 After 1920 they are date code stamped or a serial I can date it with. If it says model 12 on it, it's probably date code stamped see related link for details.
this ammo is one of a kind. it will only fit a remington 16 22caliber autoloading rifle. the model 16 was the very first 22 cal.automatic remington produced. they made this special ammo. becauseall prior 22 ammo was blackpowder. the model 16 was gas opperatedand black powder would plug and corrode t…he gas tubes. thus the 22cal. autoloading. this ammo was made to fit this rifle and thisrifle only. it was a 45 grain bullet that would average 900 fps.this round fool proofed the model 16. (MORE)
The model 16 22 is loaded from the butt of the rifle. Push on the rear of the lower knob at the base of the stock and slide the rod out. Loading shells into the cavity on the underside of the rifle and re-inserting the rod. You should also know that the Model 16 takes a special Remington .22 cali…per shell that was only made by Remington and not manufactured today. The Model 16 was the only rifle to use this shell. The rifle is about guaranteed not to operate properly with modern .22 shells. (MORE)
Unmarked that would be a Model 12 (-a,b,c,d,e,f,cs) depending on barrel type, ammo, etc, made in 1919.
\n. Check with a gunsmith. My usual source of parts for obsolete rifles is sold out of stocks for a Model 34, but a smith may be able to locate one for you. That is a very old rifle, and new stocks are not available- and used ones are scarce.
\n. Want ad, for sale ad, estate sale, pawn shop, gun shop, gun show, garage sale, on line auctions, egunparts.
Your rifle was made in June 1950. Value may range from $150-$250, depending on condition. The 550 and 550-1 are very accurate and versatile hunting grade firearms. It will cycle with LR, Long or Short ammo with no changes to the firearm.
That's a really good question, they are hard to come buy without just buying a clunker for parts but get a matching model/type they are not all the same. Watch gunbroker.com, I think gunsamerica.com also has parts maybe gunsinternational.com and auctionarms.com. You might also try the forums o…n remingtonsociety.com (MORE)