'87 Vintage Rem 700 Mountian rife .280
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Old 01-17-2014, 10:31 AM   #1
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Default '87 Vintage Rem 700 Mountian rife .280

Ok gang, got a question, need a very quick answer.....
I need to peddle my late Pa's 700 I bought him for Xmas in '87., however, i just bought this:
and need quick cash to give the man before he has kittens.....
Give me ballpark what it's worth, and quick!!!
BTW, yea I can "drive" it, been a pilot since 1980..lol

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Old 01-17-2014, 10:40 AM   #2
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You would probably do much better on this if you would send some pictures. So they can see it and see the condition it is in which I am sure it is fine! *THE RIFLE THAT IS!
Nice Plane by the way! I will be waiting for a ride!

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$250 to $300 for bare rifle in good used shape
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I'm stabbing at this but I would guess it would have a pretty good value depending on condition? In excellent condition I would think around $600 or possibly $700 for just the rifle? Those were really nice rifles and hard to find in that caliber. Basically it was a lighter BDL meant to compete with Winchester's Model 70 feather weight. You just have to find someone looking for that rifle.
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Pictures please.
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If you can send pics and it's in good condition I'd buy it for 375.
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