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 Post subject: Set of Remington Sporting (Nickel Receivers) Worth ?
PostPosted: Tue Jun 22, 2021 6:18 pm 
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What is a set of Remington Sporting (Nickel Receivers), 12 gauge, 20 gauge, 28 gauge, and .410 worth?

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 Post subject: Re: Set of Remington Sporting (Nickel Receivers) Worth
PostPosted: Tue Jun 22, 2021 7:02 pm 
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With the advent of Remington's production being stopped, the overall increase in gun prices and inflation I would expect to see something between 7 and 8 thousand for the set. High enough that it would be hard to find a single buyer, and they would produce more sold individually in an auction.

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 Post subject: Re: Set of Remington Sporting (Nickel Receivers) Worth
PostPosted: Tue Jun 22, 2021 7:49 pm 
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Bobcat Welding wrote:
With the advent of Remington's production being stopped, the overall increase in gun prices and inflation I would expect to see something between 7 and 8 thousand for the set. High enough that it would be hard to find a single buyer, and they would produce more sold individually in an auction.

Nice guns
Bobcat



Thanks for the comments and information. I no longer shoot them and they are just standing there in the gun safe. I figured I will sell them to let someone else enjoy them. I'm thinking like you, selling them individually would be more beneficial.


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 Post subject: Re: Set of Remington Sporting (Nickel Receivers) Worth ?
PostPosted: Tue Jun 22, 2021 9:40 pm 
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The 28 and 410 are worth the most ,then the 20 and finally the 12 ,all due to the quantities produced.

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 Post subject: Re: Set of Remington Sporting (Nickel Receivers) Worth
PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2021 8:28 am 
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RemPremier wrote:
Bobcat Welding wrote:
With the advent of Remington's production being stopped, the overall increase in gun prices and inflation I would expect to see something between 7 and 8 thousand for the set. High enough that it would be hard to find a single buyer, and they would produce more sold individually in an auction.

Nice guns
Bobcat



Thanks for the comments and information. I no longer shoot them and they are just standing there in the gun safe. I figured I will sell them to let someone else enjoy them. I'm thinking like you, selling them individually would be more beneficial.



Pretty slick set. What's the story behind them???


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 Post subject: Re: Set of Remington Sporting (Nickel Receivers) Worth
PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2021 1:09 pm 
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40Shotguns wrote:
RemPremier wrote:
Bobcat Welding wrote:
With the advent of Remington's production being stopped, the overall increase in gun prices and inflation I would expect to see something between 7 and 8 thousand for the set. High enough that it would be hard to find a single buyer, and they would produce more sold individually in an auction.

Nice guns
Bobcat



Thanks for the comments and information. I no longer shoot them and they are just standing there in the gun safe. I figured I will sell them to let someone else enjoy them. I'm thinking like you, selling them individually would be more beneficial.



Pretty slick set. What's the story behind them???
40Shotguns wrote:
RemPremier wrote:
Bobcat Welding wrote:
With the advent of Remington's production being stopped, the overall increase in gun prices and inflation I would expect to see something between 7 and 8 thousand for the set. High enough that it would be hard to find a single buyer, and they would produce more sold individually in an auction.

Nice guns
Bobcat



Thanks for the comments and information. I no longer shoot them and they are just standing there in the gun safe. I figured I will sell them to let someone else enjoy them. I'm thinking like you, selling them individually would be more beneficial.



Pretty slick set. What's the story behind them???



I bought them several years back when I first started shooting sporting clays. I eventually bought a complete set of Caesar Guerinis to shoot. I got out of competitive clay shooting some five years ago and sold the Guerinis. I occasionally shoot in fund raisers through out the year but don't shoot these. I figured I'd start looking into selling them to let someone else enjoy them.




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