what is the market value of a remington 20 gauge semi-automatic sportsman 58 shotgun?
If you can find a Remington Sportsman 78 for less than $300 and it is in good condition buy as many as you can. $400 - $500 would be fair.
First of all you have the "sportsman 48", "sportsman 58" and the "sportsman". If it is a plain sportsman it's value depending on it's condition is from 150 to 200 dollars.
The exact value of a Remington Sportsman 12 Magnum actually depends on a couple things. Some of these things would be the condition and age of the Magnum.
About 275 in good condition
The value of a 20 gauge Remington Sportsman 58 would actually depend on a number of things. A couple of those things would be the age and condition.
somewhere between $150- $300 depending on condition!
50-135 US Dollars
Value of any firearm is based on the current condition of that particular firearm.
what year is tha Remington sportsman 58 serial 143766v
If you look closely, I think it's a Sportsman 48 instead. Anywhere from $100-$300 depending on condition and options.
probably 200-400 depending on condition
In 85% condition it is worth between $200-$250 dollars. In 95% they go for about $350.
I see them listed from $150 to $300+. Depends on condition as to top-end price.
If shotgun is in good working condition and no rust or cracks, then it would have a value of between $225 - $300.
awesome guns, great collector excellent condition worth $3000 I have one for sale :)
Don't know for sure which you mean... Sportsman 1930-1947 Sportsman 48 1948-1968 Sportsman 58 1956-1963
Do not see a 543 in any of my references. Sorry-Sportsman is associated with the Remington centerfire rifles in Model 76, 760, and model 78.
About $325 in excellent condition - $30 apiece for the vent rib barrels
The Remington model 58 sportsman,semi-auto shotguns are valued at between 110-275 dollars for a gun with a plain barrel.You can add 50 dollars for a model with a vent rib barrel.
Check the manufactured date link on the Remington Society of America for details.
50-100 US Dollars Again, I think this is a low quote. Mine, at %50 condition has been valued at $150.