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5 years ago #1
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what would a Remington Model 760 pump in 30:06 cal. be worth ?

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5 years ago #2
Joegunn96
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Anywhere from $ 150 to $10,000 depending on the grade, Hope this helps..............Joe

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5 years ago #3
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hello,,around my parts the 760's are bringing 325-450 depending on the condition,,i seldom see even a good condition 760 for less than 250 these days ,,they have pretty much stabalized at those prices at shows unless there like new in the box,,
bigcurt

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5 years ago #4
Joegunn96
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I wasn't trying to any wrong , but I have seen a model
760F grade sell for $ 8000.00 it was new in the box, and had extensive gold inlay.New at today's prices it would bring around the $ 10,000.00 mark to a Remington collector
Didn't want to seem bad in my answer...........Sorry .Joe

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5 years ago #5
bigcurt
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ah no joe ,,i just wanted to give the average price around my neck of the wood's there selling for ,,i beleive that there are exceptions that should be noted and also as you proably know theres someone out there that would pay 8 grand for a fancy 760 and more power to them..i bet it was really nice ,,
bigcurt

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5 years ago #6
coalminer1964
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these guns 760 gamemaster are worth more than someone might tell you they are made of all metal parts, not whole alot were made compare to the 742 woodmaster i ask a gundealer who said around 450.00 was good without a scope and if it was in good shape,

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5 years ago #7
WW
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Just to let you know there were over 900,000 of the model 760. In my book that is quite a few.

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4 years ago #8
jth
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HOW MUCH WOULD THE 760 BICENTENNIAL BE WORTH

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4 years ago #9
jacob
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how do you find out the grade

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3 years ago #10
TopNotch
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I just had mine appraised today in the books it says the regular bicenntinial is worth 550 in excellent condition.... the the 760F wich is basically the same rifle but with gold encrusted into the eagle etching is worth 10Grand in excellent condition!! After some calls to remington they have an estmation that there were fewer than 100 of the 760F's made!! Sorry to burst your bubble friend but I thought I had a winner as well!! lol

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3 years ago #11
Wayne
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What do you mean by the gold in lay?

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3 years ago #12
TopNotch
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The 760F has I think it was a bear and a an elk or something that was on the side I the receiver that were solid gold! If you google the 760F and flip through enough websites you will see some pictures of it!

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2 years ago #13
easymoney
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mine does not have the year on it it is wore off i guess was like that when i got it

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2 years ago #14
darhyl taylor
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thats high ,brand new gun never shot ?

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2 years ago #15
Sundance36
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I have a 760 yr 1966 anniversary model for Remington. I haven't seen another one I'm sure there must be plenty out there. Do you know how many were made I do not want to sell it. I do not sell any firearm I have.

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2 years ago #16
sonof ewen
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This is also the rifle that killed Rev Martin Luther King

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2 years ago #17
Peepeepants
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Even better

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2 years ago #18
TommyB
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I bought my 760 .308 carbine in 1980, the last year of the 760. **** good gun! I have lost count of the number of whitetail I have shot with it. I do have a Browning BLR model 81 .308 but I prefer the 760. It never misses, although I have. The .308 is perfect for the big timber in northern Minnesota.

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2 years ago #19
batch
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I have a 760A pump 30:06 with the original box. The gun is kept in a safe. Was wondering if anyone knew what it was worth. And it has never been used or shot.

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2 years ago #20
Pointmaster
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Joe, thid is a basket weave stock of smae quality of my stock on the BDL. Gun, tasco scope, mounts and nylon sling

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1 year ago #21
Me
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You have nothing else to do but be an idiot?

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1 year ago #22
Bill
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Go **** yourself

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1 year ago #23
jw
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Remove the stock and look at the back of the reciever. U will find an engraved letter.

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1 year ago #24
jw
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One side was a big and lil bear the other was big and lil deer. Both r whitegold if its the f premier model. If so removing the stock and looking at back of reciever will find an engraved f in 24 k yellow gold.

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1 year ago #25
jw
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They don't have a year printed they have makers marks ( triangle,square,lightening bolt) that has to be referenced by the browning guide to tell u what symbol is for what years.

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1 year ago #26
Rob62
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jw - are you referring to the barrel date codes on Remington 760's ?
http://www.remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/ barrelcodes

Regards,

Rob

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1 year ago #27
BIll
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is it up for sale ? !!!!!

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1 year ago #28
jules crepelle
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what would my 760 bicentional with all engravings and never had a round in chamber. 1976 brand new no box

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1 year ago #29
Rob62
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jules crepelle - your rifle is the exact thing that Remington collectors look for.

While I am not 100% certain - I feel that the value a collector would pay for a specimen such as yours is in the $700-$900 range.

Regards,

Rob

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1 year ago #30
Howard
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I have a 760 good condition left hand model with beaver tail fore arm montecarlo stock with basket weave desine on forearm and stock.bought back in late 60 s

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