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Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by CountryBoy01911, Feb 2, 2013.
Any ideas on how much y'all thinks its worth?
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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You wantin to sell that 514?
Op pics of the gun would help us judge its value
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.
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)
Wow you got $200 for a $75 shotgun? Great job!
Your rifle is worth around $40 to $75
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.
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.
That is like asking what your Ford 4 door is worth. We would need a bunch more info, but generally speaking single shot bolt guns with off brand labels do not bring much.
What does everyone have against S&R? My buddy has a S&R 12 pump that I'd take over an 870 any day. I absolutely love that thing and he will not sell it to me!
There is a store brand cross over list sticky in the General Rifle section. you can look up the actual company that manufactured your Sears or other store brand rifles.