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Question by joeurso. Uploaded on October 17, 2009
In excelent shape around $200. But others that I've seen go for anywhere from 100-150.
If you'd like to look at some others to compare check gunbroker.com.
As for value, this is what is listed in the Blue Book Of Gun Values - 25th Edition for a Remington Model 33 Standard/Field grade (a.k.a. Model 33A):
100% - $200
98% - $150
95% - $125
90% - $100
80% - $85
70% - $75
60% - $60
I have also seen a few of these rifles for sale nationally listing at $100-$150 in 'good' condition. Hope this helps!
I can't fine it in the 29Th edition. What type is it, what caliber?
I just purchased a Remington 33 today. The cost was $150. It is in good condition, but really needs a good cleaning. 11/30/2010
I just got finished cleaning and fieldstripping the model 33. It seems to be fine and today I will go to the range and test it. I hope everything goes well and it shoots straight. I'll let you know. I also purchased a JC Higgins Model 31 and I will test fire that one also today.
I fired the model 33 yesterday at the range. I worked well and was very accurate. This is my only single shot rifle I own. I have other 22 semi-autos, and they are very inexpensive to shoot, but this one is even LESS EXPENSIVE since you to take time to load one at a time. It's a ton of fun.
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