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.
1929 to 1933 The Improved version of the Remington model 6 became available circa 1905, and featured a blue frame in 24 in. barrel. Production continued until 1933. The earlier models had the original case colored frame.
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 need a serial to date it and then only the year would be available. Date codes should be on it if it's serial is over around 356,000Model 6: 1901-1903New Model Improved: 1903-1929Improved Model 6: 1929-1933
1929, it will be date code stamped on barrel. Check related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
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
1929, will be date code stamped see related links.
That's a very late gun 1929, see related links for checking the data code on the Remington Society of America.
1929, it will be date code stamped on the barrel, for information see related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
Not sure of the value for these models but if you find out I have a model 8-sdx calculator I would like to know valve of Thanks Bill
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 rifle, and .32R short. Some of them were made Remington- Union Metalic Cartridge company. Some versions have sights on the grip that folds upward, while other variations have a fixed sight about half of the barrel down. the fixed sight version has a U rear sight and a standard blade foresight. Caliber can be found on the left side of the barrel, serial number is (usually) found on the underside of the barrel in front of the hand guard.
1929 It's date codes on the barrel see related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
August 1928, thought I would have suspect 1929....
1929 - but check date code see related link.
I can tell you it was made in 1928, that's about it. If the barrel is original you can get the month/year from the date code stamp. See related links. Also the Remington model 10 was made by Remington from 1911-1929
1929 if it has the original barrel it will be date code stamped. Check the manufactured date link on the Remington Society of America for details.
Edward Remington was born in 1929, in Silverton, Oregon, USA.
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 made from 1910-1929. It was offered in various grades, but the most often seen plain version sells for around $200 in working order. Model 10 begain production in 1908 - 1929 it was made for 21 yearsThe Remington Model 10 slide action shotgun was made from 1911 to 1929. In 100% condition, it books at $300. In 60%, $110.
I paid $80 for mine...
1929, see related links for barrel code stamp dating info
1929. It will be date code stamped for the month/year on the barrel. The details and table look up are on the Remington Society of America, click the manufactured date link.
No values could be assigned without knowing the model of Winchester you are asking about.
Produced by Iver Johnson for Sears. Value up to $125.
what is a 1929 model a worth
1929 I'm also attaching a link that explains the barrel date codes. (in related links)