Too many rifles

Discussion in 'Firearm Identification/Value' started by outdoor junkie, Oct 15, 2014.

  1. outdoor junkie

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    Have gathered too many deer rifles over the years, and don't know much about some of them. Have an old Remington woodsmaster model 81 and an older savage 300. Have shot the 300, but never the woodsmaster. Just wondering if either hold any value? Not looking to get rich, but don't want to get duped if I decide to unload them. Thanks guys.
     
  2. Luv2hunteup

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    Take them to an auction house like SSL and let the market decide.
     

  3. Magnet

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    Search those same models on GunBroker.com for recent sales. It will give you an idea of the value dependent on condition of the rifles.
     
  4. limige

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    Checkout gunbroker or google it for armslist ads ect. Market does fluctuate
     
  5. ESOX

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    The Woodsmaster was made in a number of grades. The value rises considerably for the top two grades.
     
  6. outdoor junkie

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    Guess I have some research to do, don't know much about the woodsmaster, would like to learn more. Thanks a lot guys.
     
  7. outdoor junkie

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    How would I go about finding what grade it is Essox, what does that mean exactly?
     
  8. sourdough44

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    Check prices them list them reasonably and let them ride a while. It may take some time to sell a few.
     
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  10. Too many rifles???

    Blasphemy, I tell ya, blasphemy. :D
     
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  11. Duckiller

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    +1 what GrizzleyHunter said. No such thing as too many. Just not enough time to shoot them all.
     
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    What does to many rifles look like I have yet to see that? Both are just good shooters no collectors value that I'm aware of
     
  13. Blgillett90

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    The rem M81 was the first gun I deer hunted with in .35 cal
     
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