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Old 11-20-2011, 08:36 PM   #1
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I got my grandpas old 22 its a Remington 510 target master anyone have an idea on the value? Not wanting to sell it just curious.

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Old 11-20-2011, 09:34 PM   #2
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Prices vary, driven by condition- most are between $100 and $200, with a Very Good being about $140-$160. Sweet little rifles.

And where ARE my manners? Welcome to the forum- when you have a minute, stop by the intro thread, say hello. Good bunch of folks here.

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Yep, C3Shooter is right on. They're not high dollar collectors or anything, but they are great old guns.

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I didn't think they were worth much but it's a great shooter. It'll knock the squirrels down as far as you can see em

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Are you kidding? It was your Grandad's- it PRICELESS!


(Ask me how I feel about the H&R .410 that was MY Grandad's)
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I didnt phrase what I said right. I ment money wise. I was just curious. I would NEVER sell his gun. The value to me is way too much.

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