Model 14 Value

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  1. Here's To Life!

    Here's To Life! G&G Newbie

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    I was given a Remington Model 14 .35 pump action rifle from my wife's grandfather. I sent Remington the serial number and they informed me that it was made in 1913.

    I am curious if anyone knows what the general value of this gun might be. I have no intentions on selling it, as the sentimental value far outweighs the monetary. I am more just curious.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
  2. Para Cassatt

    Para Cassatt G&G Enthusiast Forum Contributor

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    It appears that there were model 14's, 14A's( in A,C and F grades) and 14R's made between 1912-1935. The 14/14A rifle (22in. barrel)shows as being worth $110@ 60% and $600@ 100%. Add 50% for the thumbnail safety added in 1918 and 15% for 25 caliber. The 14R carbine(18in. barrel and straight grip stock) is shown as $350@ 60% and $700@ 100%. Add 25% for 25 cal. and 10% for 35 cal. But my Blue Book is the older 27th Edition and prices could vary a bit with the current edition being the 32nd.
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    Wow. Great information. Thanks for the comprehensive response.
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    Mooseman684 G&G Newbie

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    Thats an Old Blue Book. The new one (31 ed.)has the rifle at...
    98% is $1000
    95% is 900
    90% is 750
    80% is 500
    70% is 300
    60% is 250
    If its an 18 inch barreled carbine with a straight stock add 110 -220 to those prices.

    Rich
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    Thanks for the update.
  6. mauser9

    mauser9 G&G Enthusiast

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    reply to remington model 14

    I know this is a late post but I saw one these in 30 remington cal. at a gun show last week and they asking $425 for it. This is a tough caliber to find ammo for and I imagine expensive. Yours is in 35 Rem. I assume which should make it worth a premium. Could not believe the machining and old time manufacturing for a solid feel.
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