Has the trigger been rectified under the recall scheme?
Nice looking rifle. I suppose it would be difficult to value other than to look at the value of a similar basic 700 of that age on something like guntrader and add a small premium. Possibly of greater value in the U.S. where collectors may want to complete a collection as Remington produce a commerative rifle in a different calibre each year if I remember right.
Last edited by 8x57; 25-04-2015 at 13:49.
It's the calibre of the shooter that counts not the calibre of the rifle.
It is hard to put a value on it in the UK.
Remington used to put out a Model 700 Classic every year, in a different chambering, but they do few commemorativies. For 2006, Winchester put out the 1885 High Wall in .30-06. I handled a second-hand one for sale the other day, asking what it sold for new, $1,250.00. But a new 1885 in .30-06, when they make a run, is $1,679.00.
Thanks chaps, any other thoughts?
There is one for sale on gun trader for £950 BUT it comes with mounts, a jewell trigger, a moderator and a Mc Millan stock along with the original... so I'd say £600 tops
Last edited by Roncon1; 26-04-2015 at 13:47. Reason: Bloody predictive text
Sorry I've no input on value. I just wanted to say personally Remmy 700's don't really do it for me, but that is one good looking rifle!
Good luck with the sale.
You have a pm if your interested in selling