According to "The Blue Book of Gun Values", 19th addition the Remington Woosmaster 742 was produced between 1960 and 1980. Calibers produced were 6mm Rem., .243 Rem., .280 Rem. (marked 7mm Express 1979-1980), .30-06, or .308 Win. cal., 22 in. barrel, open sights, 4 shot box magazine, gas operated, checkered pistol grip stock. Mfg. 1960-1980. Condition & value. 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60% $325 $290 $275 $250 $235 $$210 $185 These prices are from the 2004 edition of "The Blue Book of Gun Values"
The year of manufacturer is a little tricky as Remington used code letters for the year and numbers for the month. Starting in 1921, M was used for the year. The letters O,Q & V were not used and ended with Z in 1931. In 1932 Remington started using the alphabet over again starting with the letter A. The letter I was ommited and L was the last letter used in 1942. IN 1943 mm was used and went thru 1953 with ZZ. OO, QQ VV were omitted. In 1954 A was the starting point for reuse of the alphabet and went thru Z in 1975. I, O, Q,& V were not used again. In 1976 I was used. In 1977 O was used. In 1978 Q was used. In 1979 V was used. In 1980 Remington started over with the alhabet. The month of manufacturer code coresponds to the numeral underneath the letters in Blackpowderx. B L A C K P O W D E R X 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
With the reuse of the alphabet it can be a little cofusing determining the year of manufacturer. I was unable to locate any information pertaining to sequential numbers after Remingtons use of their coding system as to haw may guns were made each year. I am still looking for this information.
Here this listing of serial #'s fir the Remington Woodsmaster 742
Serial Number Blocks:
Just Find where you number falls in line with.
Value could range from 100-1000 USD dependingon EXACTLY what it is.
Impossible to answer without the sn or date codes.
Check the date code on the barrel, see related links for the information on the Remington Society of America.
See related links for information on the Remington Society of America for understanding the date code stamps on the barrel.
Depending on year and condition of the rifle, anywhere from $100-250.
value of 12a pump 22 short, long,or long rifle number 5839 and year
Diagram and details can be found here (stamped on barrel) http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes
Impossilbe to answer without a serial number.
Depending on the model from 1890-2009, need more info.
You will have to contact Remington.
Your rifle was manufactured around 1974 or 1975. For a more accurate date look on the left side of the barrel for tw letters. The second one indicates the year, a y is for 1974 and a z is for 1975.
Last year I paid $550 for a very good condition used Rem 650 .270 win.
In the year 1890,as a model No.4 rolling block rifle.
With the serial number that you have supplied,your Remington model 1903 rifle was made in the year 1941.
it depends on the year of the Remington 1100
With Today's prices, anywhere from $350 -$450 would be a fair price, depending on condition.
Depends on year of manufacture and condition. I paid $385 for my 1952 model which, amazingly, still looks brand new.
I purchased a like new but used Remington 700ML a year ago. Rifle had no manuals, but equipped with BSA red dot scope. I paid $129.95 for the package.AnswerI also purchased a Remington 700ml for 125 with a scope so that seams to be the going rate but I thout I was getting a good deal and the rifle is in EXCELENT condition.
It is not possible to know what year that the model 552 Remington with serial number 1860769 was made without knowing more about the rifle. The 2013 model of rifle will cost a person around $600 to $800.
Here this listing of serial #'s fir the Remington Woodsmaster 742Serial Number Blocks:1951-1967 1,000-541,0001968-1975 6,900,000-7,499,9991975-1978 A6,900,000-A7,499,9991978-1981 B6,900,000-B7,499,999Just Find where you number falls in line with.Hope this helps
There's a date code stamped on the barrel. See related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
if after 1920 - it'll be date code stamped, look at related links for information on the Remington Society of America. Before that need model/serial or Call Remington.
Sounds like you have a Remington Model 12 pump action rifle. Value would depend on over-all condition. How much finish (bluing/stock) remains and whether the bore is in shootable condition. If the bore is rusty and the rifling is pitted beyond use value drops considerably. Depending on condition, value could be from $200.00 to $450.00.