I'm not sure about the value as i have one as well and i can't get a stright answer. Most ansewers i have received are generic, it is older than me my grandfather bought it new for what he said was under $2.00, and I'm 61. Now that said it has more sentimental value than collector. I won't part with mine as i want to pass it on to my grandson. Brownells co. (515-623-5401) or the Gun Parts corp. (914-679-2417). The books i have are before computers so i don't have web site info. I have made spring for various firearms, and you probally find some one near by who works on reconditioning to help. If not in a gun shop try a small machine shop. also try emailing (Mammothinc@AOL.com)or (RemShots@remingtonsociety.com) for more info than i can hold on to, these folks are great.
It will vary with caliber.
remington 725 caliber 222 bolt action excellant condition
Are you sure of the model number?
Available from the Remington Custom shop- Model 7.
Probably a Remington Model 12 -? depends on barrel, ammo made in 1914.
Model ? Condition, condition, and condition ????
Remington did not make a carbine in .44 Magnum caliber. They did chamber the Model 788 rifle in that caliber. Do you have a Ruger carbine in .44 Remington Magnum, or perhaps a Marlin in that caliber? firstname.lastname@example.org