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Old 02-16-2013, 09:44 PM   #1
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I've been asked to sell off a collection, and I'm looking for opinions on a few of the items. This one is a Remington GameMaster 760 pump action 30-06 Springfield rifle. It's not often I see pump action rifles, so I'd assume it's somewhat uncommon. It's in great condition, this guy really kept his firearms in tip top shape. What do yall think it's worth?

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Old 02-16-2013, 09:50 PM   #2
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Actually more common than you think, especially in .30-06, depending on condition Hamburg,PA Cabela's has had them priced from ~$400 to ~$550. Recently though all of their prices new & used have been pushed up as much as $50 or so.

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prices vary from state to state. out here $300 to $400 would be closer.

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You do not see them very often partially because they have somthing of a cult following. Those who like them, have them and those who don't, don't.

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I personally don't think I'd want one. I've always hunted with semi-auto (a .243 most of my life) and just don't see any advantage to use a pump action. I guess it could be the poor mans rifle, or as stated a cult following type thing. I saw some on Gunbroker selling anywhere from $300-$800+ based on caliber. (not that I follow gb values all that much) Just kinda wanted a little info to share with any perspective buyers.

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I sold a .270 in decent condition for $350 about 6 years ago. Almost wish I didn't now. Their is something fun about pumps.

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I spent a little more time on Gunbroker and some other gun auction and sales sites, and found them currently selling (In the last 8-12 months) for about $600. I find that kinda high, but lately it's hard to define what high is with the market all jacked up. If nothing else, it's definitely a sellers market.

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hard to tell with out seeing it but for $450 its all about condition. Good rifle for a hunter. Many around in the hands of older hunters more than younger.

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shot my first 3 deer with one in .30-06. it was accurate enough & if i missed on the first shot only took a second to pump & be ready for shot 2 without ever takin my eyes off the target. wish it was still around

around here i see them in the $350-$500 range, with most priced close to $500

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Well I guess I could be less retarded and post a picture. I dunno why I didn't in the first place.




There you go. A lil eye candy.

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