$475.00 if in 100% condition
Hundreds of thousands of Weaver Model 333 telescopic sights from 1930 to 1947. One of these scopes in good condition is worth about 80 to 125 dollars.
there are 2 .243s in 788 at the local gun shop for $470 each in good shape
Back in the 60s, there were 3 versions of the a1041. The standard model is worth about $100, the special $150, & the special deluxe $200. Of course it must be in excellent condition to realize those prices. More if the original Weaver 3x6 scope is included.
Your rifle is worth between 450-650 dollars if is in good condition with the scope included.
It is not possible to give an answer without a lot more information. The condition of the rifle, that is condition of the metal (blue) and wood (stock). Whether it has a scope or not. Make of scope and type (make of ) base and rings.A Remington 308 Model 788 is worth about $400 dollars in excellent condition without out scope. Could be less or could be more depending on what I stated in the above paragraph.
With Scope and Canteen ( Originally came with it.) Mfg 1954-1957 is worth around $250-$300 in Excellent condition ( Like New) model 80/155 is worth $125-$150.
Depends on who did the engraving, if its any good and if anyone will want to buy it. Engraving can lower the value of a weapon if not done well.
A Glenfield model 10 is worth $50-75, while the single shot bolt action 22 increases the value by about $100. The ingraved groundhog increases the value by about $25, also there will be up to $50 bucks added for the weaver scope being in good shape. That's a total of possibly 150$.
The daisy model 80 was made between 1954-57. It came with a scope and canteen. Please state the condition of the rifle to get an estimate of value.
Somewhere around $150-$175
IS THE GUN A 308 OR A 243?...EITHER WAY THE GUN IS WORTH AROUND $600
one just sold on e-bay for $96.00
Between 350-475 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.
If the Remington 552, 22cal. rifle is in mint condition it is worth about 500.00 bucks. It is in very good condition with a scope. My husband passed away and I was wondering how much to ask for it. Any suggestions?
Depending upon condition and model, and whether it comes with bases or not, it's worth at least $500.00.
150 or so
It is a Mossberg 800A. Value anywhere from $200-$250, depending on condition, scope, etc.
Vary according to model. All excellent instruments. In perfect playing order worth £1000. A Clifford Essex branded Weaver in fair playing condition is currently for sale on banjo buyer.com for £600.
The rifle itself is worth about $100.00 in operable condition and is relatively common at Gun shows. I picked up one last year and it's been a good rifle, although it does jam on occassion.
$250-$350, depending on condition and the make/ type of scope.