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!
Date code on barrel, check Remington Society of America - manufactured date link.
I have a model 1100 which i bought in Jan of 1964. serial number 41xxx V according to Remington society was manufactered in 1963. Due to the way everything that happened at that time to my knowledge has never been fired. I recently bought a used 1100 to use instead.
serial number to high for 1911A1
If it has been fired, it is used.
Your serial number is incomplete. The gun should have a letter and or letter/number associated with the serial number to determine age. Use the following link to answer value questions http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_value_of_a_Browning_Sweet_Sixteen
If truely unfired and not an arsenal rebuild, it would probably sell for $1500.00, however if the serial number fell into the range of rifles that were designated as sniper weapons, value would exceed $7500.00
yes as long as the Remington model 700 sps is chambered for 308 Win.
500 or so
NIB it is about $550.00
No. Dimension-wise, they are similar, but there are differences in neck angles and case thickness. .223 Remington ammo can be fired in a 5.56 chamber, but 5.56 ammo should never be fired through a .223 Remington chamber.
$800.00 to $900.00
@ 500 USD.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all features and markings.
The 'M' in the serial number indicates the gun is a BAR sporting rifle, but there was no M57 serialization since the gun was not introduced until 1967. Please check ther serial number.
No. the Remington is a spring system air rifle. It requires that it only be cocked and then fired to work. No C02 is required.
No 35 Remington fired only 35 rem. The 35 Remington is a good cartridge, it's a little more difficult to find but it is still being made.
50-550 USD or so
Not recommended for full choke
I need to ask if this rifle was made by Browning?The 2 letters in the serial number would indicate that this rifle was made in the year 1998,as marked by Browning.Winchester never has used the serial number system that your serial number demonstrates.If this was a Browning made rifle it was probably made by Miroku of Japan and would be so marked on the rifle.
Manufacture date 1954
examiners compare fired bullets to suspect guns, restore filed off serial numbers. they do not investigate crime scenes.
At best you will get $225 Unfortunatly, they are not a highly collectable as ou would think considering age. I sold one of my which was never fired and in 98 percent fo $490 to a collector and that was hard to get for it.
the serial number on this one is 325171 Just would like a ball parc value for a poor to average condition its un fired for 45 years and rusty