What is a Remington model 700 in 222 caliber with the original twenty inch barrel worth?
That's going to depend on condition and which grade rifle you had. The .222 was standard with the 20-inch barrel for the first two years of manufacture, 1962 and 1963. In minty condition, a Remington 700 collector might pay up to $700. firstname.lastname@example.org
What are the release dates for The Streets of San Francisco - 1972 The Twenty-Five Caliber Plague 3-13?
The general rule that is mostly true a lot of the time is that "caliber" is the diameter of the bore (the hole inside the barrel through which the bullet passes) as expressed in decimals, using inch units of measure. So a "thirty caliber" rifle would have a bore of .30 inch or 30/100 inch. A "twenty two caliber" gun fires a .22" diameter bullet. But "caliber" also means a particular name of a specific…
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Your Browning Light Weight 20ga auto-5 shotgun which was made in Belguim by FN for Browning in 1964 will have a value of between 460-600 dollars for a shotgun with the plain barrel,and a remaining finish of between 60%-90%.If you have a vent rib barrel 20ga.then the value would be between 575-850 dollars for a shotgun with the same percentage of original finish as quoted above.