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Is a Remington Model 514 .22 rifle made to be fitted with a scope?


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2005-11-28 13:02:14
2005-11-28 13:02:14

Yes, but you have to drill and tap.


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You can but the receiver flexes and it is difficult for the scope to stay in adjustment.

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Check the auction sites. Depends on to many variables. Best guess 250-500. The scope is not really add much.

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I purchased a like new but used Remington 700ML a year ago. Rifle had no manuals, but equipped with BSA red dot scope. I paid $129.95 for the package.AnswerI also purchased a Remington 700ml for 125 with a scope so that seams to be the going rate but I thout I was getting a good deal and the rifle is in EXCELENT condition.

It is not possible to give an answer without a lot more information. The condition of the rifle, that is condition of the metal (blue) and wood (stock). Whether it has a scope or not. Make of scope and type (make of ) base and rings.A Remington 308 Model 788 is worth about $400 dollars in excellent condition without out scope. Could be less or could be more depending on what I stated in the above paragraph.

Technically they are both "Featherweight", but the Deerslayer had a shorter barrel with rifle sights for shooting slugs or buckshot. It could also be fitted with a scope.

Yes, you can mount a scope on a Remington 582 .22 cal. rifle. You will probably need to take off the plastic rear sight. And more than likely you will need high bases if you put on a 1" diameter scope.

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with a decent scope and strap, from 600 to 700 if condition is good. 400 to 500 for rifle only.

Made from 1941-1969. Value depends on overall condition. If military marked, value increases. The scope does not add that much value. Range from 300-700

Depending on condition, around $200. The 710 sells for less than the 700. If the rifle has a scope, add the value of the scope.

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I bought one for my son not to long ago. I paid $480 for the gun. It also came with a 3x9 scope that isn't to expensive. It is a great gun for a beginner.

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