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Remington UMC P 51 handgun

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by jbunnyb54, Sep 8, 2011.

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  1. jbunnyb54

    jbunnyb54 Member

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    I have a Remington UMC P 51 pistol in excellent condition and I have No idea what it is worth. Can someone give me an idea as to it's value? Thank You,
     
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  2. Dr.Rob

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    500-600 in excellent condition.

    Really depends on where you're at and the condition of the pistol.

    With a worn finish or scratches you can buy one off Gunbroker for around $300.
     
  3. Ron James

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    You know, I've never heard it being called a P-51? only a Remington Model 51, but then again there are a lot of things I've missed in life:)
     
  4. Jim Watson

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    This is one of the few pocket autos that is more common in .380 than .32.
    So a .32 will have higher resale value than a .380.
     
  5. Jim K

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    I know I am repetitious, but every time someone posts on the Remington Model 51 (I have never heard it called a "P-51" either) I feel it necessary to warn about NOT trying to PRY OFF those grips; I have seen too many broken. If one absolutely MUST remove the grips, push the grip safety pin flush on that side, slide the grip down and off, then do the same on the other side.

    Jim
     
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