During WW I, a number of companies made the 1911 for military service, including Remington UMC (for Union Metallic Cartridge). Remington produced about 21,500 of these weapons, serial numbered 1-21,676. They were made in 1918 and 1919 only. Blue Book value for a 95% original condition Remington 1911 is $2,500.00, but I certainly cannot vouch for the condition of your gun. Take this one to a competent appraiser before doing anything to it (including cleaning).
Depends on condition, condition, and condition. From $100 to $1,200 LNIB.
The value of a Remington UMC 32 caliber pistol actually depends on a number of factors. Some of these factors include the age and condition of the pistol.
Depends on condition, condition, and condition... From $350 to $1,000 for like new in the box.
GREATLY depends on condition (condition and condition) anywhere from $100-$800 for like new in the box.
The value will be determined by the condition of the pistol. Anywhere from $0 to $500. In Mint condition especially in the box they can be worth double that.
value would depend on overall condition....................
Greatly dependent on condition. from $200 to $1,200 for new in the box.
Depending on condition the blue book value is between $250 and $800
This pistol was made from 1979-1989. If you would like an estimate of value then you need to state the condition of the pistol from Poor to Excellent. With out that information it is not possible to give you an estimate of value.
The value depends on condition, condition, condition, and condition. The original box and papers etc also add to value. Without knowing condition it is a $200 parts gun. It sounds as if you have a Remington model 51 semi-auto pistol which was made from 1918-1926. Without a detailed description of your pistol's overall condition, the value will range between 200-500 dollars depending on the overall condition. There were only 65,000 made by Remington during this time span.
pistol made by Remington in 1943.........value would depend on overall condition. estimate from $600 - $800
Depending condition, if gold inlay engraving, about 700 to 1000..
Dont believe Browning chambered a rifle for the 6mm Remington cartridge. Do you mean 6.35mm (a pistol)?
There is no Remington Model 6 pistol, there has been however cases however of Remington Model 6 rifles converted to pistols by gun or "home" smiths. NOT Remington. As such the value is whatever someone will pay, but generally not much.
Depends on original condition from a $100 parts gun to as much as a $1,200 new in the box.
Depends on condition, condition, and condition, from a $200 beater to over $1,000 NIB. It was made in 1919 you might want to consider this. http://www.remingtonsociety.com/rsa/research/Model51
Remington Rand 1911 value <><><> The value of ANY firearm is based on exact make and model, and condition. If you have a military issue 1911A1 pistol made by Remington Rand, the values can be quite high- but again, based on condition of the gun, matching magazine, etc. An original in excellent condition could have a value measured in thousands of dollars- one that has been chrome plated at the local bumper shop is worth about $200. You will REALLY need a hands-on appraisal from someone that knows collectible 1911s. A check of completed auctions for Remington Rand 45 pistols shows sales ranging from about $950-$100 for pistols in "Good" condition, up to $2,400 for a pistol is 98% new condition ("Excellent" grading) One in "Fair" condition may sell for $650-$750. (*When ASKING a question, please do not write in the Answer section- the computer decides your question has been answered, sends it to the answered pile.)
$100-$250. depending on specifics and condition.
Depends on original condition, condition, and condition. From $200 to $1,500 new in the box with brush, papers, etc. But it's not worth over $500-600 until you get into the 95%+ range.
Need more information but there is a model 1858 ;) BUT that patent date is on different revolvers as well.
It is not possible to give you an estimate of value without more information about the condition of the pistol. You need to give it some sort of rating like Poor, Fair, Good, Very Good or Excellent condition. With out that minimum information I can not answer you.
Which model, What condition is it in. You need to give more information.
This pistol was made between 1935 to 41. However without more information about the condition of the pistol it is not possible to give you an estimate of value. You need to give it some sort of rating like Poor, Fair, Good, Very good, or Excellent condition.
The current condition determines the value. Unfortunately you have not given enough information about its condition, so no value can be determined.
Condition 2, does not apply to the M9 Service Pistol.