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Old 02-02-2013, 05:12 AM   #1
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Default I have a sears&roebuck single shot bolt action .22

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Old 02-02-2013, 05:22 AM   #2
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Hard to say, but a quick search found some that had sold for about $50. I was given a Remington 514 and after decoding the date, it was made in 1951. Even in good condition they rarely bring more than $100-$125. I was kinda disappointed, thinking it might have been a real gem. But it shoots good! Not really liking the whole single shot thing though.

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Hard to say, but a quick search found some that had sold for about $50. I was given a Remington 514 and after decoding the date, it was made in 1951. Even in good condition they rarely bring more than $100-$125. I was kinda disappointed, thinking it might have been a real gem. But it shoots good! Not really liking the whole single shot thing though.
You wantin to sell that 514?

Op pics of the gun would help us judge its value
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I had a S&R bolt action shotty awhile ago, I think Stevens made it (it was embossed on the barrel). I was afraid to shoot it and just a few months ago I sold it for $200.

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You wantin to sell that 514?

Op pics of the gun would help us judge its value
Nah, I'ma teach my daughters how to shoot a bolt action on that in a few years. (they are 9 and 11 currently, and the 11 year old took to shooting so naturally that I was literally left speechless)
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I had a S&R bolt action shotty awhile ago, I think Stevens made it (it was embossed on the barrel). I was afraid to shoot it and just a few months ago I sold it for $200.
Wow you got $200 for a $75 shotgun? Great job!
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Your rifle is worth around $40 to $75

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My Dad has a Sears single shot 22 rifle bolt action,not much demand for the single shot bolt actions...But I sure wouldn't let one go for less than a 125.00,they are nice little youth trainers and build quality's very good.

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Wow you got $200 for a $75 shotgun? Great job!
I sold it at the San Francisco gun buyback a few weeks ago. It was taking up valuable space in my safe and I couldn't just throw it away.
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