Standard grade Model 58 shotguns sell in the $175-$250 range.
About 275 in good condition
The Model 1894 Remington was a side-by-side shotgun. The Model 1893 was a single-barrel shotgun with a side hammer. The 1893 in excellent original condition can bring $300.
$500 and up, depending on condition
$500 and up depending on condition
A Remington model 31 16 gauge shotgun is worth between $200 and $600 depending on its condition. These shotguns were commonly used for sport and recreational shooting.
probably around 350.00.
Tough question, the Remington model 550 is a .22 rifle not a 12 gauge shotgun.
$20.00 to $300.00. I don't mean to sound sarcastic, but condition is everything.
Depending on condition, 100-300 dollars.
They are going for between 125-230 dollars depending on condition.
A 1895 Remington single barrel 12 gauge shotgun is worth between $200 and $2,000 depending on its condition. The actual value will vary greatly based on the specific model and the buyers interested.
Depending on condition, expect $500-$800.
what is the market value of a remington 20 gauge semi-automatic sportsman 58 shotgun?
your Remington is going for 130 dollars in fair shape to 295 dollars for one in very good condition.
the Remington .32 model 141 is not a shotgun but a pump action dear hunting RIFLE. It was made between 1938 and 1950, and has a value in good condition between 250 and 300$
The 1100 designation for a Remington shotgun is the model number. Remington makes the 1100 model in a trap version and a field version.
100-1000 depending on specifics
You can request an owner's manual for free at the Remington website.
I see them here in the trading papers in West Virginia for around 300.00 in 65% condition.
Model 58 is an automatic not a bolt action
The Remington model 11 shotgun was chambered in 12,16,20 gauge.Your shotgun should be marked as to which gauge it is chambered for.If it is worn away due to time and use,have a competent gunsmith check the chamber for the correct gauge. Model 11 is also one of the few firearms (by Remington at least) the have different serial ranges for gauge. 12 gauge - approximately 10,000 - 794,990 16 gauge - approximately 1,500,000 - 1,557,000 20 gauge - approximately 1,000,000 - 1,075,000
Yes, a well maintained 1961 Winchester 20 gauge model 12 pump shotgun is in good condition.
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