What is the resale value of a Remington .22 caliber Nylon 66 autoloader rifle?

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6 years ago #1
rhuntoon
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I'm trying to find the approximate resale value for both this Remington .22 Nylon 66 autoloader rifle and a Winchester model 1894 rifle (both in good condition) before discussing their possible sale through a gun dealer. Any offered opinions would be greatly appreciated.

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6 years ago #2
bigcurt
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the nylon 66's have been on the rise for awhile now and it seem that there bringing in the 175-225+ range online and at some local shows i've been to in the last 6mo-1 year,,don't really know why except there a very reliable autoloader,,as for your 94 i need to know how old it is before i can comment on it and if it's had anthing added like scope or swivels,,and if it's has the original finish ..
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6 years ago #3
rhuntoon
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Hey, bigcurt,

Thanks for your response regarding my Remington .22 Nylon 66 autoloader. That was very helpful. Regarding the 1894 Winchester model 38/55; it's apparently of 1906 manufacture, 26 inch round barrel retaining 98% original blued finish. Except for a small gouge mark on the upper left side of the buttstock, the smooth oil finished forearm and buttstock are in excellent condition. Rear sights are a semi-buckhorn barrel sight and a Lyman tang sight contemporary to and probably original to the firearm. Again, any opinion you may share will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

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6 years ago #4
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thanks that helps ,,id value your winchester to a collector or at online auction at between 700 fair -1500 verygood and proably more if as nice as you say it is ,,the early winchesters pre ww2 usually have the highest demand in the collectors market and original condition no matter how well used usually brings out the collectors intrest more than a refinished or altered example
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6 years ago #5
Dufus
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I'd sell that Nylon 66 privately. There are folks out there that love these things and pay dearly for them. Depending on the color and year and condition, you could get many hundreds more than if you sell to a dealer.
For a really nice but otherwise unexceptional model expect the bidding to reach at least $300 at auction. For a rare one with box and papers in unfired condition (fat chance!) a seller may get $700 or so. One like that of first year production could be $1000. Collectors are funny.
Great fun gun and very durable.

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6 years ago #6
George
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I do have a Remington Bicentennial Commemorative nylon 66 22. Still in the box never fired with a 4x scope that came with it. I am looking to sell it. Do you know how I can go about doing that.

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6 years ago #7
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Did you sell it yet?

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5 years ago #8
shhaggy
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I jst bought a 66 like u describe for 300.00 the demand is up but not as good as befpre election.I would give u same for yours ,no more .Guns are like gold up and down.Shaggy

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5 years ago #9
tommy
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i have the 150yr anniversary model guess only 3700 90% condition whats your offer price

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5 years ago #10
kcbuck
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The Bicentennial Model is valued at;
Exc. Cond: $375.00 USD
V.G. Cond: $275.00 USD
Good Cond: $200.00 USD
Hope this helps,
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5 years ago #11
Phil
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Do you still have it. Which one is it.

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5 years ago #12
krashbrown
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I may be interested. Do you have a pic? what is your Email address?

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5 years ago #13
Gerald Jones
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Would love to but this, if you still have it and what price are you asking for it...please reply

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5 years ago #14
kcbuck
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The Bicentennial Model is valued at;
Exc. Cond: $375.00 USD
V.G. Cond: $275.00 USD
Good Cond: $200.00 USD
Hope this helps,
kcbuck

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4 years ago #15
Gem Stone
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interested in the nylon 66, most because I need the box, I am a FFL you can ship to me I will sent Post office money order

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4 years ago #16
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The Remington Model 66 Nylon "Seneca Green" is valued at;
Exc. Cond: $550.00 USD
V.G. Cond: $450.00 USD
Good Cond: $325.00 USD
Hope this helps,
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4 years ago #17
dANNY b
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I agree I HAVE SEEN NYLON 66 THAT WAS IN PRISTINE CONDITION GO FOR A BIT OVER 300 BUT WHEN CONDITION FALLS DOWN TO T HE 65% GRADE 150 TO 200

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4 years ago #18
Dave
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I have a Nylon .22 in the original box. It says Seneca Green on the box. Looks to be in very good condition. How much would it be worth and how do you determine the year. I am not a gun person.

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4 years ago #19
kcbuck
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The Remington Model 66 Nylon Seneca Green is valued at $450.00 USD in very good (80-95%) condition.
Hope this helps you out,
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4 years ago #20
Dave
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kcbuck,
Thanks, appreciate your quick reply and valuable information.
Dave

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4 years ago #21
kcbuck
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You are very welcomed, Dave.

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4 years ago #22
aztec626bf
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Hey Jeff long time...

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4 years ago #23
Mark
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Have a 66 in orignal box with all paper work. Never been fired . Basically brand new.

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4 years ago #24
krashbrown
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are you trying to sell it?

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4 years ago #25
whitemale1961
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At this time no. Just found a safe in the family full of rifles,pistols, and shotguns. and ammo for them all. Have to do much research before trying to sell them. Will be updating soon with info and photos.

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4 years ago #26
tomg
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Blue book gun values

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3 years ago #27
old guy
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anybody know the value of a Model 66 Nylon lever action in good condition

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3 years ago #28
hershel142
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I have a 1986 nylon 66 .22 only shot 15 bullets.
will sell
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3 years ago #29
hershel142
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my email is <email>

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3 years ago #30
duke1938
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itsa 1963 real good shape

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