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Remington #510 from 1939

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by fitallfeet, May 22, 2011.

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  1. fitallfeet

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    I sold the Liberty magazine, and as a prize I earned this Rifle, its now 72 years old, and fired less than 100 rounds. Its looks like new, I also have all the Factory Orignal Brochures that came with the Rifle. I showed it to some friends the other day, and they could not believe the replacement prices in 1936. The most expensive items are the barrel @ $3.00, and the Stock (walnut, I think) also @ $3.00. All other replacement parts are less than a dollar. I would like to enquire if this Rifle has some real value in todays market?. Thanks for listening.......S.G.Phillips
     
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    The Blue Book of Values lists four versions of the 510, the A, C, P and Routledge/Smoothbore.
    The A in 100% condition is listed at $200

    The C in 100% condition is listed at $375

    The P in 100% condition is listed at $250

    The Routledge in 100% condition is listed at $350
     
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