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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-16-2012, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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Remington Model 14 slide action rifles

Which one of you guys collects these?
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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-16-2012, 11:59 PM
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Re: Remington Model 14 slide action rifles

I don't collect them but I know people that have them . They shoot nice. I have seen them for sale from about $320 to over $ $500. I think they stopped making them in 1937. They came in different calibers. 35 Rem was one cal. I think the other cal were 25 and 30 cal????? I like mine but only have a 35 Rem. mine had a scope on it so that kind of takes the collector value away. The ones never tapped and in the non 35 Cal would be more collectable. I have seen them on the used gun racks at Cabelas with $ 500. Tags on them. I got mine on the cheaper price range.
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Re: Remington Model 14 slide action rifles

They also came in .32 Rem. I have a model 14 That still gets a little walk during deer season.

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Re: Remington Model 14 slide action rifles

I have 2 141's, both in .35 Remington. One is a "D" grade Peerless Engraved model, but no 14's.
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Re: Remington Model 14 slide action rifles

I have a 14 in 30 rem. I still use it, shots real good.
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Re: Remington Model 14 slide action rifles

i collect them along with 141's, 760's and certain 7600's. if you have any questions about the oldies, let me know. i have quite a few variations.

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Re: Remington Model 14 slide action rifles

Romac Do you have any pictures of the engraved one. My buddy has one and I want it. but he wants a grand for it and there is no way Im paying that.

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Re: Remington Model 14 slide action rifles

I have the basic four - .25, .30, .32 and .35. Nice shooting guns and indestructible. They're a good departure when you need a break from the new high-powered stuff. I do wish the .25, .30 and .32 ammunition wasn't quite so hard to find..... Some day, maybe some 141's will find their way here as well.

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Re: Remington Model 14 slide action rifles

The model 14 has to be one of the best feeling rifles out there, they point like a good grouse gun. I happen to know where there are a bunch for sale, PM me for more info.

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Re: Remington Model 14 slide action rifles

Do you think that the 35 Rem leverlution ammo would be OK to shoot in the model 14 35 Rems? The place I purchased mine the gunsmith said no. Another younger Gunsmith told me there would be no problem.. I use the 35 Rem Remington ammo of course not to take any chances... Just wondering what your opinion is on 35 Rem Leverlution Ammo and the model 14!
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