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Old April 15th, 2014, 02:34 PM   #1
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Default Remington woodmaster model 742

My uncle has some guns he wants to sell
30-6 with scope very very good condition


Whats it worth???


and He has a model 183KD 410g c-lect choke,

And a forehand arms 12g paten aug 16 81

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Old April 15th, 2014, 03:29 PM   #2
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rough guess, about $350-400 ($.02). without seeing pictures, or age or anything.

I have a gamemaster 760 in 30-06 (pump action version)

The thing is a tack driver out to 150 yds on core lokt.
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He said he shot the semi 742 about 20 rounds threw it looks new
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Search MGO for comparables.
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michigan gun owners. another forum.
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This specific rifle has a terrible reputation for jamming. There is a rail system that the turn lock bolt slams against when cycling. It where's through the rails and when the rail gets worn to the extent the bolt turns into it the rifle is junk and can not be repaired as the rails are part of the case frame to the gun. 750 to 1000 rounds is all you will get out of one of these. However while they do work they are a fantastic rifle. Incradably smooth and accurate. They just break after very few round count. I have bought and sold a few and it will take a year to convince some one to give you 350 for one. If you know what you are looking at on the internal rails and can find one in virgin condition they are fantastic. That being said I would like to look at it.
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Also the bolt action Mossberg is worth between 80 and 200 dollars. The 410 may bring the high end of the range if you find the right guy. The average value at auction is about 125.
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Check @ Gunbroker.com you will get a good idea there !

Nice gun ! I have one !
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$400 obo on the 742
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$400 obo on the 742
This.

They're the most complicated semi auto hunting rifle ever made and for absolutely no reason

I have this exact rifle. It was my Grandfather's deer rifle. I broke it down, as far as I was willing to go, to clean it all out and was flabbergasted at the crazy design. It's more difficult than a Browning M2 .50BMG.

At the same time though... with just a little bit of maintenance they do seem to last for decades as reliable, decently accurate deer hammers. Anytime it starts jamming up you can usually trace the problem to the magazine or a build up of gunk in the bolt lugs.
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I will get some pics today
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