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What is the value on a Remington 22 cal rifle field master model 572 patent no2675638 aluminum alloy 22 S L LR?

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Glemn Felox
2020-04-08 04:21:20
2020-04-08 04:21:20

Value good condition

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2014-08-05 15:55:41
2014-08-05 15:55:41
AnswerAs with any measurement of value it depends supply and condition. All 572's have aluminum alloy receivers, so the supply is limitless. New ones go for 350ish and you can figure backwards from there. Now there were a few 572's made for a few years in the late 50's into the early 60's that had anodized alloy receivers and steel lined alloy barrels. They also got aluminum butt plates. They came in 3 color configurations, Buckskin tan, Crow wing Black and Teal wing Blue. The BST variation being most common and the TWB the least. These "Lightweights" in good condition seem to bring from $300 to $500+ depending on the color variation.
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