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Remington Nylon 66 price

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by ole farmerbuck, Feb 23, 2010.

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  1. ole farmerbuck

    ole farmerbuck Member

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    Remington Nylon (Mohawk 10c)
    Brown w/ White Diamond
    In new condition, only 20 rounds fired thru rifle.
    $350

    That is the add. What are they worth?
     
  2. Sav .250

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    Condition is everything as far as "value" goes. I`d say $75-$300.
     
  3. ole farmerbuck

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    Thanks. It looks as good as it says according to the pic. I'd rather find the apache black since i had one when i was a kid.
     
  4. Bluehawk

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    Personally I wouldn't pay more than $200 for one in "like new" condition since it's a gun that would be used in the field and at the range. I'm sure it has collector value but $350 isn't a price I would pay!!!!!
    Just my opinion.
    (paid all of $10 for mine from a pawn shop in 1980)
     
  5. WNTFW

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    I saw some Apache Black here over a year ago for $450 asking price. Not selling, just asking.

    Offer the guy $300 (or whatever) since it is so nice. If you get a black one sell the brown one. You probably can't lose on it.

    You might be able to see the going rate on gunbroker or some other auction site. $300 may be a high but probably not by much since it is like new. I just don't keep up with prices.
     
  6. ole farmerbuck

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    He just emailed me. I'll call him and see what he'll do. Thanks
     
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    I've got one on layaway that had a $300.00 price tag on it. I don't about the round count, but the gun is a pre-68 (No s/n) that looks like new. No rust, no scratches, no wear.

    I don't see many of them for sale around here. The ones I do see seem to be beat up pretty bad. I guess because they were fairly inexpensive and pretty tough, they got used hard and put up wet at lot.
     
  8. Moose458

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    Blue book on a 66 in like new condition runs closer to $550. New in the box is around $650 to $700. This is from memory which isn't as sharp as it used to be. For $ 350, I grab it up in a heart beat!!!!!
     
  9. hometheaterman

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    I saw a pre 68 one here locally for $300 in excellent condition and I don't think he sold it. Or at least never posted that it was sold. I saw others that were $250 or so and seemed to sell for around that or a little cheaper. So $350 seems really high. I wouldn't pay over $300.
     
  10. ole farmerbuck

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    I just talked to him on the phone. Said he's getting a few emails on it. He's 120 miles away. Its the town i go to see the knee Dr. He even offered me all of his LC .223 brass free if i call him when i head back there. I offered to pay but he said no. Has a lot of it. Anyway, i think i'll keep looking for the black/chrome model.
     
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    I sold one two years ago, definitely "service grade" if you know what I mean, for $150. It had miles on it and stories to tell, but the guy wanted it so I named my price (basically, replacement cost for a new .22 autoloader) and he met it.

    Q
     
  12. mgkdrgn

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    There were a -lot- fewer of those made, so you are likely to pay more for one in the same condition.
     
  13. ole farmerbuck

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    That will be ok, if in good shape.
     
  14. SaxonPig

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    These have become very sought after by collectors and prices reflect this fact.
     
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