Dating the rem 760 gamemaster

Hi Pacherokee, You need to give a little more detail. I did fine one magazine, used, the price was way to high.

dating the rem 760 gamemaster-50

They don't have any values there but for around $300 it would be a good deal.

A friend of mine has one in 30-06 he got when his father passed away and we have looked at this stuff on Remington's website before.

$850 $695 $575 $450 $400 $350 $300 Add 10% for .300 Savage or .35 Rem. The Model 760 seems to have regional pricing differences in the rare calibers. Hence, values on the .222 Rem., .223 Rem., and .257 Roberts cals. (before going to 6mm Rem.) - very rare with pricing unpredictable. They only made the 30-06 for 1 year in 52 and that was it.

$1,350 $995 $850 $775 $700 $625 $575 .257 Roberts cal. seem to be quite a bit higher than prices encountered in the Midwest and West. In 1952 Remington introduced the 760 Gamemaster in 30-06, 300 Sav, and 35 Rem.

I have yet to see a .300 Savage that was made after 1958 , I think it probably took till 1960 to sell them all and that became Remingtons production stop date ! On the left side of the barrel just forward of the receiver should be a series of letters . Every now and then you'll see one on Gun Broker , but they aren't cheap . The forth doesn't look like a letter at all, that is why I put a question make in the code.

I have yet to see a .300 Savage that was made after 1958 , I think it probably took till 1960 to sell them all and that became Remingtons production stop date ! They made something like 1.3 million and at least 80% of them were in 30-06 ! First letter is an "o", second two letters are "YY", but the forth symbol I can't make out.

barrel, detachable mag., uncheckered or checkered (new 1964) pistol grip stock. They never chambered either of these calibers again in that model.

Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60% 5 5 5 0 5 0 5 .222 Rem. reflect a nationalized average rather than one region's high or another's low. Does anyone have access to a Blue Book value of a Remington 742 Woodsmaster in .308? In 1953 they chambered it 270 Win and again the 270 was only for 1 year in 53.

What's interesting is the first group WORKED for their money but the other group didn't.

I finally found a gun I had been looking for for several years. I don't believe more than a box of shells has been put through it, if that many. I paid it because I have looked for years with no luck on one of these. A 760/7600 in 35 Remington like yours would be lovely.

My dad was never a "take it apart and clean it" kind of guy.

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