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What is a Remington 6mm 742 model 110330 value?


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2011-10-11 13:33:59
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Your remington model 742 rifle is valued at between 275-350 dollars.


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I will first say that the Remington model 788 was made in 6mm from 1969-1979,at this time they are going for anywhere from 250-450 dollars depending on condition.

To determine the exact value of a Remington 700 BDL dm in 6mm, a few different factors would need to be taken into consideration. Some of these factors would be the age and condition of the firearm.

6mm Remington twist rate is 1 in 9, 244 Remington twist rate is 1 in 12. The 1 in 12 twist will not stabilize long 100 grain bullets while the 1 in 9 twist will.When the the caliber .224 Remington's name was changed to 6mm Remington, the twist rate was changed.

i think it rare but not sure but could be $1500 top

100-600 USD, unless it's a custom shop piece. Values for those are in the 2-8 thousand range.

300 to 400 depending on the market in your area.

Only the 700 VLS is made in 6mm

A 6mm Remington should be perfectly adequate for deer hunting out to 250-300 yards. The 243 Winchester is a renowned as a great medium game cartridge with a 100 gr bullet at 2950 fps. Compare that to the 100 gr projectile in the 6mm Rem traveling at 3100 fps.

Yes, I also have a Remington 244. I haven't it shot it in years but it used to work great with Winchester 6mm cartridges. Seemed to jam more with Remington for some odd reason.

Many of them are valued in price close to $900. The exact amount you can expect will depend upon its condition.

It would be better to ask Remington that question.

i have a 6404.2 colyer clip for Remington slide action and semi-auto in 0.308, 0.244 or 6mm and 300 savage cailbers. new in box. email me chicchitownATyahooDOTcom.

Dont believe Browning chambered a rifle for the 6mm Remington cartridge. Do you mean 6.35mm (a pistol)?

Usually a custom job these days.

These remington bolt action rifles are currently valued at between 160 dollars for a gun with 60% original finish,up to 300 dollars for a rifle with 95% original finish remaining.

50 pounds plus another 1,000 for the clip and I pooped

Remington 760 magazines made to hold the 35 Rem or any other of the short action cartridges...i.e 308, 243, 6mm.

Absolutly, The 6mm Remington is a great caliber and is very similar to the .243. You should have no issues taking down any North American White-tail with the 6mm. It is also a low-recoil and accurate claiber.

Tis gun was made in1981, I'd be interested in buying it if it is for sale 717-729-5621, Robert 1981A4019788 --A4053413

No the Remington model 600 Mohawk was made during the years 1971-1979.This was a promotional model with a total production of 94,920 rifles made during this time span.They were chambered in 222rem,6mm rem,243 Win,or .308Win.

I good condition, from $400.00 and up.

It depends on the particular model of the rifle, not the caliber it is in. What model and make is it?

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6mm is equal to a 2 gauge.

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