Depending on what the choke constriction is, it will only get so tight. Have a gunsmith lengthen the forcing cone and polish the bore. If you need it tighter, you will have to consider backboring the barrel, or having screw-in chokes installed. email@example.com
what is the market value of a remington 20 gauge semi-automatic sportsman 58 shotgun?
The value of a 20 gauge Remington Sportsman 58 would actually depend on a number of things. A couple of those things would be the age and condition.
Don't know for sure which you mean... Sportsman 1930-1947 Sportsman 48 1948-1968 Sportsman 58 1956-1963
50-200 or so
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Your question answers itself.
About 275 in good condition
If you look closely, I think it's a Sportsman 48 instead. Anywhere from $100-$300 depending on condition and options.
probably 200-400 depending on condition
Best left to a qualified gunsmith.
Remington's website has a history section that you can look at.
Try ebay. Runs about $10 with $3 shipping.
awesome guns, great collector excellent condition worth $3000 I have one for sale :)
The Remington model 58 sportsman,semi-auto shotguns are valued at between 110-275 dollars for a gun with a plain barrel.You can add 50 dollars for a model with a vent rib barrel.
Check out www.corsonsbarrels.com, but looks to be around 200 to 220.
Check the date code on the barrel, the details and table lookup are on the Remington Society of America, manufactured date link.
* about Y8.50. if your throw some ammo you may be able to fetch up to Y10.00 (yen)
mabey this will help ..i have a 12 gauge in poor condition and was told it was worth $500 .00 if fixed up who knows.hoped that helped some
Please explain what you mean specifically by "Pattern"
Let me know if you find out , I have the same gun with s/n 14291 firstname.lastname@example.org
This would be a Remington model 11. Not sure of your question. Please re-phrase.
how much is a remington umc 12 gauge serial number 247442