I just purchased the same gun manufactured in 1971 with the 28" 2 3/4" and 30" 3" barrels in 95% condition for $276.50
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Remington 870 Express Super Magnum.
This is a Reminton 32 inch Magnum full choke 12 gauge shotgun. Circa 1950's
100-400 USD depending on condition.
The average price of a Remington 870 Express Magnum pump 12 gauge shotgun "brand new" is about 300-450 dollars. I got mine used for $250
Check the Remington Society of America, date barrel codes and location. http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes
@ 50 USD
in my area u can buy a new one for around $325
Perfect condition, 28" BBl with Rem chokes, $350.00. Short rifle sighted slug BBl with no chokes $290.
Your Remington express magnum shotgun will range in price from 180-350 dollars,depending on the overall condition of the shotgun.These prices reflect between 60%-90% of the original finish,and a good bore.
150-225 USD They have the internals of a Wingmaster. Fit and finish of the working parts puts them FAR ahead of any Express. They are as smooth as any Wingmaster. The exterior receiver is not polished as well as a Wingmaster, and the wood is cheaper. This was Remington's first attempt at producing an 870 to a lower price point, and unfortunately didn't create as much profit as the rough-as-a-cob Express.
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Remington did not make a carbine in .44 Magnum caliber. They did chamber the Model 788 rifle in that caliber. Do you have a Ruger carbine in .44 Remington Magnum, or perhaps a Marlin in that caliber? firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
It is the 100th Anniversary Edition for Remington's making of the 870 pump shotgun. It runs for around $1200 and is a limited edition item. The Premier Dealer Wingmaster also has engravings on each side and a gold trigger. It has semi-fancy claro walnut stock and forearm.
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