fair condition 300-400.
your Remington is going for 130 dollars in fair shape to 295 dollars for one in very good condition.
In poor condition it is worth as little as $800, in fair condition $3,000, like new $8,000, brand new in box $12,000
$1,975.00 in very good condition. Fair condition may fall around $1,500 or so.
If only in 'fair' condition, around $200-$250. email@example.com
50-135 US Dollars
They were produced from 1939-1962, and I've seen them at auctions going for $90-300.
The value of your 1972/73 vintage Model 94 is relatively low, especially in "fair" condition. Typical value is $100 - $150.
Less than $100. If in only 'fair' condition, about $50. firstname.lastname@example.org
The model 100 was made between 1940 and 1950. In FAIR condition it is worth between $115 to $160.
As with any firearm, value will depend upon condition. A used Remington Model 742 in .308 (a desireable chambering) will vary in value from $US 250 in fair condition to as high as $US 600 in New In the Box condition. Yours in average condition will probably value at $US 400, depending upon the market in your area.
Around $380 in fair condition. But, this can change a lot.
50- 200 usd
$250-$350, depending on exact model and condition.
Depends on caliber and condition, anywhere from 300 for common caliber in fair condition to 650+ for uncommon caliber in NIB condition.
If you can find a Remington Sportsman 78 for less than $300 and it is in good condition buy as many as you can. $400 - $500 would be fair.
fair condition approx $100. USD.........very good condition approx $175. USD
30-60 USD or so
The value of a Winchester model 1874 30 WCF SN 409XXX is $600 in fair condition. In excellent condition it is valued at $900.
200-350 dollars for a Winchester model 1894 rifle in the condition that you describe.
kbb.com prolly around 1500
In fair condition, you can expect $150-$250.