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Old 12-08-2009, 04:22 AM   #21
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I paid $269.95 for it. If it turns out to be super rare and collectible, it may be worth $270.

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I paid $269.95 for it. If it turns out to be super rare and collectible, it may be worth $270.
Man you got that thing for a song!
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Most of us gun guys who have have modest collections like finding off-brand type guns or guns of a less expensive nature that are still high quality. I have a couple of expensive (to me) guns but some of my favorites are my Westernfield 550 20 ga, my Rossi 68 .38 sp 3", and my Sears Ted Williams 94 30-30. These three cost a total of $430. All were great deals as they are all almost like new. That makes for a pretty good brace of weapons and they all function well and look nice though plain compared to say a Rem 870, a S&W .38 and a Winchester 94.
That Rossi 68 is as good a small 38 as anyone ever made in my opinion. I got two for both my daughters for their protection back when I could have afforded Smiths or Colts if I had liked them as well.
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I paid $269.95 for it. If it turns out to be super rare and collectible, it may be worth $270.
Nice. And nice looking gun. I wouldn't have passed it up either.
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Yup, it's mystery. It's been suggested that it has had the blueing removed and then been polished, but who knows? I have an inquiry including photos into Remington, hopefully they can come up with something on it.
i would vote it came blued and it was removed.

i'm no expert and found no articles on them, just a few online auctions with pics.

2 12 gauges:

Remington Mohawk-48 12ga. shotgun : Semi-auto at GunBroker.com

Remington Mohawk 48 12 gauge : Semi-auto at GunBroker.com

and a 20 gauge:

REMINGTON MOHAWK 48 20GA - Remington Shotguns Semi-Auto (this one they want 650 for. either they are retarded or it may mean this gun has more value than we are thinking)

and they are all blued. if in fact this gun was a more inexpensive version of the 11-48 like stated above then i don't know if there would be a special chrome or nickel version. but i could be wrong...

but i think they originally came blued. (just my opinion)
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Most of us gun guys who have have modest collections like finding off-brand type guns or guns of a less expensive nature that are still high quality. I have a couple of expensive (to me) guns but some of my favorites are my Westernfield 550 20 ga, my Rossi 68 .38 sp 3", and my Sears Ted Williams 94 30-30. These three cost a total of $430. All were great deals as they are all almost like new. That makes for a pretty good brace of weapons and they all function well and look nice though plain compared to say a Rem 870, a S&W .38 and a Winchester 94.
You guys suck. I'm really really serious here. To try to understand what was going on here, I went to a classic/antique gun shop today just to look around. I found a variable butt load of beautiful 50 year old (or older) guns that are now at the top of my wish list. And the prices make for easy budget collecting. My wife is going to kill me. THANKS A LOT!!
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haa! good stuff.
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I tell ya' Remmies, it's an addiction.

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You guys suck. I'm really really serious here. To try to understand what was going on here, I went to a classic/antique gun shop today just to look around. I found a variable butt load of beautiful 50 year old (or older) guns that are now at the top of my wish list. And the prices make for easy budget collecting. My wife is going to kill me. THANKS A LOT!!
Sorry man, that's how I got started. It happened a few years ago on a dark, cloudy day. I went to an innocent looking gun shop in town to buy my first 9mm. It was a S&W something or other for around $450.00. Right down the case they had a clean looking Star B Modello 9mm for $190.00. There was also a nice Marlin 336 30-30 for $200. Had a decent scope and everything. I had to sell my Marlin while in college to help pay the bills. Long story short, I walked out with a new (used) Pistol, a good deer rifle, a holster and 150 rounds of ammo instead of a new Smith pistol that I knew nothing about. That, my friend, is how it starts. Lots of 2 for the price of one deals in the years since.
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Nice scatter gun Don. Want to make a buck?

I'll give you $280 for it right now!

I need an answer in 35 minutes or the offer is retracted.

Don't miss out on this money maker!

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