I have a Remington 1909 30 cal pump action gun. Excellent condition with 1 box of ammunition. Does anyone have any idea what it might be worth?
hello..the date doesn't sound right on your rifle ,,remingtons first listed 30 cal pumpgun is listed as being introduced in 1912 and it was the model 14,,it is listed in 30 remington caliber ,,if this is what you have the value would be around 400-500 in excellent condition ,,the only pumpgun listed before that is 22 cal..
Thank You for correcting me, I was going by what an expert stated on different website, he said he has a 1909 30 cal. My gun states 3 patents 1909,1910,1912.
Your Remington is a model 14A. Mine has the patent dates from Oct. 12,09 to Sept. 9,13.
I have a 1912 Remington .30 cal. I dont know which type of ammo too buy for it, could anyone help me out?
I have one of these pumps. You have to hand load (reload) as the amo is not manufactured any more. Brass is hard to find. I reload using 30-30 data.
I have a 30 cal rifle,RCBS has dyes to reload 30 cal ammo,and you can order 30 cal brass from most large ammo outlets.I purchased both the reload dyes and brass in East Coast.
I am looking for the shells
I am looking for the shells for 1950 Remington caliber 14a
I am guessing about $75.00 since they no longer manufacture the ammo!!
Yes, the ammo is ".30 Remington", and once in awhile I find a box, but it isn't in the new stores. Usually it is an old store in a small town somewhere in the country.
Essentially the .30 Rem. is a rimless 30-30...same bullet weights and ballistics.
Same thing for .762 (.30 cal) Luger (Geneva).
I find a box of either/both of the above now and then by asking...even in pawn shops.
I have a mfg date of oct 1909 on a 30 cal. spiral pump rifle . any idea of value would be app.
You have a Remington Model 14 which was produced between 1912 and 1935.
The date you list, October 12, 1909, is the patent issue date for patent number 936,807, not the manufacture date.
Retail value for a gun in good or better condition would range from $250 to $400 depending on mechanical and bore condition and remaining original wood and metal finish.
The box actually says 30 remington. The . is not in front of the 30, I dint k own if this makes a difference? ?
Wondering: Few, if any, ammunition manufacturers use a "." in front of the caliber on ammunition boxes.