Your question is to vague to answer precisely. Grade and condition make a large difference in value/price. Grade I in poor conditon won't bring but about $100. In contrast, a Grade V Magnum NIB (New In Box) will bring in the neighborhood of $3500. Many books are available for the seller/purchaser to aid in pricing. They also define the different condition (poor, fair, good, V.G., Exc., NIB)
You sure this isn't an EJN 757 instead of a JEN 757? I have a EJN 757 in 3006 and would also be interested in any info. for this rifle.
belgium browning bar II safari edition 30-06
It will be marked.
I'm not quite sure about the 3006, but I know that the longest recorded kill shot with a .308 was at about one and a half miles, possibly more.
depending on condition, anywhere from $100 to $1000. These ARE collectable firearms, but value is based on condition and originality.
100-400 or so
50-500 USD or so
100-10000 USD depending on specifics.
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no. The J C Higgins brand was not used until much later.
1958 model 70 Winchester 3006 good condition
About $250, depending on which version and condition.
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Assuming a Grade I Condition is important: NIB EXC V.G. Good Fair Poor 650 450 375 300 250 125 Belgian manufactured rifles are worth about 15% above these prices. Grade II and III are higher. $250 and up
100-1000 USD and up depending on specifics
3006 weeks = 3006 x 7 days = 21,042 days