Remington never made a Model 1905 22 rifle.
Model 14 - Condition?
$350 US in good condition
Your remington was made in 1928.
I *think* that is a Remington model 12, if it's a pump that's it. However value is greatly influenced by condition, condition, and condition which isn't described.
value of 12a pump 22 short, long,or long rifle number 5839 and year
Your remington model 25 pump rifle in 32-20WCF is valued at between 250-750 dollars based on the rifle having 60%-90% original finish remaining and a good bore.
No such animal. Try "Remington M/572". (.22lr cal., pump action rifle)
It's worth whatever you can get for it. M. Spaziani; SPAZ'S GUN SHOP; Easton, PA.
It was made in 1920, but value is greatly dependent on condition, condition, and condition!
i seached the net, seens i have a model 12 Remington .22 and it seems to be going for about 300+ American
the Remington .32 model 141 is not a shotgun but a pump action dear hunting RIFLE. It was made between 1938 and 1950, and has a value in good condition between 250 and 300$
Remington made neither a shotgun or rifle model 1890, sounds like you are might be talking about a model 12-C or 12-CS pump rifle. Until it's identified correctly and a GOOD description of it's condition, valuation is impossible.
It's a pump action 22 rifle.
what is the value of a Stevens modle 49 22 cal pump rifle.
Yes- several- beginning with the Model 12.
yes i have one inherited from grandpa....
800.00 That's a ridiculous answer without knowing which variation or condition. (Model 12)
My husband just bought one and the reserch we have done is $300-$700 depending on the condition of the gun.
Probably a Remington Model 12 -? depends on barrel, ammo made in 1914.
It is virtually impossible to put a value on a weapon with just the serial number. A detailed description is required. (and model!)
Prices for the Remington 14 1/2 run between $1,200 to $2,500 according to condition. The rifle is also available in 25-20 and 32-20, but the 38-40 (38 WCF) is the rarest.
I hunt with a .270 Remington pump cal. and I have a leopold scope, i bought all of it for about $400, I highly sugest reloading as well after about a couple months of reloading its paid for its self.