remington apache

Discussion in '.22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion' started by jaywmu, Nov 29, 2009.

  1. jaywmu

    jaywmu New Member

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    Just inherited a remington apache. serial# 413521. the gun has the black stock and chrome finish, it is new in the box, never been fired. in the box is also a tasco scope, which itself is brand new and in its own box. did the scope come with the gun or was it purchased on its own? should i shoot this gun or leave it alone? is it worth anything? thanks
     
  2. jsid6g

    jsid6g New Member

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    New 22 APACHE

    If I am not to old to remember but I think if you find a NRA member with back issues of the Rifleman, they ran a story on them a few MTH back
    they had the ser. # to years an the the Brown modle that came out with it

    good luck Sid
     

  3. cpttango30

    cpttango30 New Member

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    I would not shoot it myself if it really is unfired.

    Check in over at the Remington section of rimfirecentral.com and them boys will give you the skinny on them. I do believe they are kind of sought after in the remmy rimfire world.
     
  4. CA357

    CA357 New Member Supporter

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    I found one on Gunbroker with a starting bid of $529. I'm not certain if it's unfired, but it's in like new shape. There's about ten of them there, so go over there and take a look.

    Personally, I don't own any safe queens. All my firearms are shooters. It's your decision whether to shoot it or not. Considering it's a family heirloom, in this case I'd make an exception and keep it new and unfired.

    There's also a green one there for over $700. I'm having trouble posting a link for some reason. Go to Gunbroker, then firearms, then semi-auto rifles, then enter apache in the search box. You'll come up with around ten rifles.

    CA357
     
    Last edited: Nov 30, 2009
  5. crsides

    crsides New Member

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    The gun sell for $350 in nice condition, add NIB probably doubles it.



    Charlie