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What is a Remington model 700 3006 serial number 128495 never fired worth?

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2006-02-19 14:11:59
2006-02-19 14:11:59

Not to be glib, but.... Unless there are no proof marks - and the firearm cannot leave the factory until it is "proofed" - there is no such thing as an unfired factory made firearm. "Proofing" is the process of firing a load or loads of predetermined pressure through the firearm to "prove" the safety of the firearm. A stamp or series of stamps on the barrel verify this. They will vary between countries and manufacturers. It is indeed a low number, but '06 was probably one of the more common calibers. Try googling a Rem 700 group and you will probably find a better answer. Hope this helps!

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