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I have a black nylon stock Remington .22 cal rifle. The barrel and receiver assembly have a chrome like finish. There is a 60 stamped on the bottom of the stock. Does anyone know the history of this gun and it's approximate value? Update: 3/13/10 Thanks for your answers...very helpful! With your information, I found the following data on my rifle: Remington 66 Apache Black Manufactured July, 1966 Serial Number: O N 40 Does this information help anyone in telling me more about the rifle?

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from Hunter Savage wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

what exactly are you looking for in the way of information on your gun . that one link gives you all there is to know about the nylon66 other than price of them now. and that varies from place to place and person to person . they are great little guns. i had a black diamond one as a kid and shot the heck out of it with and with out a scope on it and killed all types of small game with mine up to a coyote . you want to sell it i will give ya 250.00 for it .

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from Jere Smith wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

What is the value of a Remington Nylon 66?
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It depends on the condition of the gun and most importantly the model you have. The seneca green is the rarest, thus the most expensive.I have seen prices range from $300.00 for one in perfect condition to $175.00 for one that is not in great shape. Next in value is the Appache model. It is Black with a chrome reciever and barrel. It also has a white diamond on the forearm. These guns are ranging from $225 to $175.00 depending on the condition. Next in line is the Mohawk brown model. This is by far the most common Nylon 66. They are currently going for around $200 for one in mint condition to about $100 for one in poor condition. The black diamond is the least desirable and the prices are around $125 for a good one.I forgot to mention the Cenntennial Model which was made only for one year. It was based on the Mohawk Brown. The prices for these are ridiculus. They range from over $1000 for one new unfired in the original box to around $3oo for one in 90% condition. I hope this information will help you. Please remember that these are not set in stone prices. It all depends on if the seller knows the collector value of these guns.It is not uncommon to find a very nice Nylon 66 for sale for $100 regardless of the model if the seller doesn't know anything about the rifle.

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from crm3006 wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

Rich199-
www.chuckhawks.com/rem_nylon_rifles.htm
More than you ever want to know about the Nylon 66.

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from Rich199 wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

To cooner: Sounds like a good offer, but I think I will hold on to it for a while. Thanks for the offer.

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from Hunter Savage wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

Rich 199 dang you sure

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from Rich199 wrote 4 years 4 weeks ago

cooner: email me at carrier44@gmail.com. I'm not sure I want to sell it but may change my mind in the future. Email me so I can stay in touch with you. You got any Derringers for sale?

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from crm3006 wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

Rich199-
www.chuckhawks.com/rem_nylon_rifles.htm
More than you ever want to know about the Nylon 66.

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from Jere Smith wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

What is the value of a Remington Nylon 66?
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100% Processed.308 Brass
Once Fired Military Ready To Load! 100% Satisfaction 198.50 plus fr
www.SchArch.com
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It depends on the condition of the gun and most importantly the model you have. The seneca green is the rarest, thus the most expensive.I have seen prices range from $300.00 for one in perfect condition to $175.00 for one that is not in great shape. Next in value is the Appache model. It is Black with a chrome reciever and barrel. It also has a white diamond on the forearm. These guns are ranging from $225 to $175.00 depending on the condition. Next in line is the Mohawk brown model. This is by far the most common Nylon 66. They are currently going for around $200 for one in mint condition to about $100 for one in poor condition. The black diamond is the least desirable and the prices are around $125 for a good one.I forgot to mention the Cenntennial Model which was made only for one year. It was based on the Mohawk Brown. The prices for these are ridiculus. They range from over $1000 for one new unfired in the original box to around $3oo for one in 90% condition. I hope this information will help you. Please remember that these are not set in stone prices. It all depends on if the seller knows the collector value of these guns.It is not uncommon to find a very nice Nylon 66 for sale for $100 regardless of the model if the seller doesn't know anything about the rifle.

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from Hunter Savage wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

what exactly are you looking for in the way of information on your gun . that one link gives you all there is to know about the nylon66 other than price of them now. and that varies from place to place and person to person . they are great little guns. i had a black diamond one as a kid and shot the heck out of it with and with out a scope on it and killed all types of small game with mine up to a coyote . you want to sell it i will give ya 250.00 for it .

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from Rich199 wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

To cooner: Sounds like a good offer, but I think I will hold on to it for a while. Thanks for the offer.

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from Hunter Savage wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

Rich 199 dang you sure

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from Rich199 wrote 4 years 4 weeks ago

cooner: email me at carrier44@gmail.com. I'm not sure I want to sell it but may change my mind in the future. Email me so I can stay in touch with you. You got any Derringers for sale?

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