What is the value of an improved Model 6 Remington 22 made from 1929 to 1933?
The Remington Model 6 was a boys' rifle version of the rolling block. Nearly half a million were manufactured from 1902 to 1933. The Blue Book suggests a value of $75 as a worn-out parts gun and $600 if it retains 98% of the original finish. They are much more likely to be found well-worn than like-new, so guessing there is about 60-70% of the original finish, the values given are $250-$275.
It was made from 1901 to 1933, it was basically a less expensive version of the model 4 to compete more competitively (price wise) with other manufactures of the time. They made nearly 500,000 of them in three variations. From 1921 they were date code stamped on the barrel the diagram of the location and the code table can be found on the Remington Society of America, if it was made before then I would…
The model 6 was made from 1901 to 1928 and that's a fairly late serial no, they made approximately 450,000 before the improved model in 1929 started. Since it's a later one it should be date coded on the barrel left side in front of receiver a diagram and chart can be found on the Remington Society of America's (Collector Site) here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes
The Remington model 6 rifle in .22 caliber is a rifle made from 1901 to 1933 resembling the rolling block rifle. There were three grades offered, the first from 1901 to 1903 is the original model 6. The second which had a production from 1903-1929 is the Improved Model 6, and the final grade was the New Improved Model 6 which had a production from 1929-1933. They come in .22 short, .22 long, .22 long…
If your gun is the origanal model 10 it will have an A,B,or C at the end of model 1o on the bridge and barrel . we think the gun with the B is the most exspensive gun. they are used here in Kentucky for shooting matches. One of the best guns made for shoting matches.there is a model 8 that looks like a model 10. The Model 10 shotgun was a pump-action takedown shotgun…
Could anybody tell me about Remington Model 10 shotgun and it doesn't have any letters after the model number The serial number is 267984 Can anyone tell me about this shotgun?
Could you tell me the value what Marchant calculators model tr10fa model 8-d125843 yr 1929 and model actom yr 1929?
What is the value of a Remington Model 10 12-gauge with the serial number on the gun and made in 1903.?
They didn't make the Model 10 until 1908 (-1929), I think your reading a patent date. With a serial number the data can be determined and some of the later production will have a date code stamped on the barrel (anything after 1920). The value is otherwise greatly by condition, condition, and condition if you want a reasonable valuation that must be given.
A J sounds like this is a model 4 rolling block??? Also there's no other letters. It that's a 0 it's 1928 if not it's 1929 right on the boarder. IF it's a model 4. Also if a model 4 it will be date code stamped indicating month/year on the left side of barrel in front of the receiver, you can look up diagram and codes on the Remington Society of America
The remington model 29 was made from 1929-1933.these shotguns run between 175 dollars for a gun in poor condition,200 for fair condition,300 for good condition,350 for a very good condition gun.You may add 40% to the above values if yours is a shotgun with 32in.barrels.If yours has a vent rib barrel add another 25% to the above figures.
What is the value of a 22 caliber Remington Model 12 with an octagonal barrel last patented April 16 1912?
Answer The Model 12 actually came in 12A, 12B, 12C models. The Model 12A had a round barrel, while B & C had octagonal barrels. The Model 12B was a short barrel rifle. Value depends on the actual model and condition. I have seen this at shows and online for anywhere from $250 to $500. Most of them, like my father's model 12C, are kept for their sentimental value, rather than as a valuable antique…
Well Remington "officially" says 1908 to 1929 but that's not entirely true. It's actually 1907 they made less then 100 (actually 52 of them) but they did make them and as late as 1931 where they made a couple hundred. The actually factory records do show this but I guess because the numbers are so low??
Made 1929 The value of a model 12 is greatly determined by condition and variation, for a general 12A (standard grade), a C is considered more collectible so would fall into or slightly exceed the higher values. Mint (100%) $800-1,000 Excellent (98%) 700-800 Very good (95%) 600-700 ? (90%) 500-600 Below it's a shooter from 100-500 depending on overall condition of blue, wood, and rifling
What is the value of a Winchester Model 54 WCF 30 3030 ser31306a with original pacific peep site in good condition and what is the production date?
'1929' is going to be a patent date, not a model number. Eastern Arms Co was not an actual manufacturer, it was a brand name used by Sears on guns they marketed, generally made by the Stevens Arms Co. Value is strictly based on its usability as a shooter, and single-barrel 16ga shotguns will generally sell for less than $100. 1929 is a model number marked on Stevens/Springfield shotguns.