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This is my 270 I got in a trade deal a while back. I've been looking for info on it most of the day but can't really find much. I emailed Remington with some info......we'll see what they say. I wanted another 270 for a while but now it's not really doing it for me. I may sell of trade but I was looking to get an idea of it's worth. Any input would be nice.
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You would probably do better selling the rifle and scope separate, or at least it might sell faster. These were made with laminated stocks like yours but laminate replacements are made by Boyds. Condition is everything as far as selling used. Before Remington sank and if bluing etc is in very good -excellent condition I would have said $500-600.
Remington is re-born (new production is scarce as of yet) but the originals are still selling for more I would think you could get (again condition) in the $700 range or so, maybe more. It's hunting season so people may be looking to buy.
You can do an advanced search on gunbroker for "completed items" that actually sold (not just auctions ended) to see what they sold for to get a better idea.
Trading probably worth less, if you're not in a hurry I would sell.
 

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Thanks Davy. If/when I sell or trade it I'm keeping the scope. It's a nice Vortex and I like it. I had a 270/7600 years back and always wanted another one. Now that I got this one it's not really my thing anymore.......maybe I'm just older and have a lot more aches and pains that the 270 bring out with every shot......lol. I wouldn't mind having the same gun(7600) in a smaller gauge but we'll see. I'm not sure if this was a Grice special or something similar. I don't want to sell for $700 if it's something worth $1700......you get what I mean. The lowest priced one I find on Gunbroker is in the $800 area but again, I don't know the details of it/them. I'll just keep doing my homework and see what happens.
 

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Yep, $800 would probably not be out of line now. Before Biden and before Remington went to the bottom of the sea a new one could be had for $700-750, sometimes a bit less.
 

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I have a 7600 in .270. It has a gloss finish walnut stock, and has the deer and bear engravings on the sides of the receiver. I just put a 4-12 x 40 Vortex Diamondback scope on it. Mine's a really good shooter. I like yours, and really like those laminate stocks. If you look on GunBroker, and see something similar to yours, put it on a watch list, so you can see what it actually sells for, or search looking at the "Buy Now" price.
 

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I had the exact same gun as you do(engraved 270) that I won at a gun bash years ago but like the jerk I am I traded for the same in a 7mm 08, then traded that 7mm 08 for this 270 because I missed the 270.
 

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I have the same gun in .243 that I won on a gun ticket. I like mine, but I've never been a fan of the safety on the trigger guard that Remington is famous for (I'm left handed).
 

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Grice Wholesale in Clearfield Pennsylvania specializes in special order 7600's and has had the following models manufactured:
1990 -------500 -----7600's in 7mm-08.
1991-------1000-----7600's in 7mm-08 175th Anniversary models.
1991/93----1200---- 7600's in 25-06 REM.
1991/93 ---1200 ----7600's in 257 Roberts.
1992--------500 ---- 7600's in 270 Winchester.
1992 -------1000-----7600's in 7mm-08.
1992--------500------7600's in 30-06.
1994/95-----75 ------7600's in 243 Winchester --Black Laminated Stock's.
1994/95----700 ------7600's in 270 Winchester--Black Laminated Stocks.
1994/95----700 --- --7600's in 30-06--Black Laminated Stocks.
1998 -------250 -----7600's in 6MM Rem.-- Satin Walnut Stock -- Enhanced Receiver.
1998--------250------7600's in 25-06 -----Satin Walnut stocks -- Enhanced Receivers.
1998------- 250 -----7600's in 260 REM.-----Satin Walnut Stock -- Enhanced Receiver.
1998--------250------7600's in 7mm-08 ------ Satin Walnut Stock -- Enhanced Receiver.
2000--------250------7600's in 243 Winchester --- Brown Laminated Stocks.
2000--------250------7600's in 270 Winchester --- Brown Laminated Stocks.
2000--------250------7600's in 30-06 ------ Brown Laminated Stocks.
2000--------250------7600's in 7mm-08 --- Brown Laminated Stocks.
2001--------300 -----7600's in 35 REM ---- Synthetic Stocks.
2001--------200------7600's in 35 REM Carbines -- Synthetic Stocks .
2003--------300------7600's in 7mm-08 --- Black and Gray Laminated Stocks.
2003--------300------7600's in 270 Winchester -- Black and Gray Laminated Stocks.
2003--------300------7600's in 30-06 -- Black and Gray Laminated Stocks.
2003--------300------7600's in 25-06 -- Black and Gray Laminated Stocks.
2003--------300------7600's in 35 Whelen -- Walnut Stocks.
2003--------300------7600's in 35 Rem Carbine --Walnut Stocks.
2004 -------250-------7600's in 35 Whelen --Walnut Stocks.
*Limited Run Carbine.
"R" Indicates Rifle Production.
"C" Indicates Carbine Production


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So if it is a Grice it has to be this one right?
If (a BIG if) it is a Grice that's the only one it could be. It's a beauty, doesn't even have sling mounts YET. I called Grice and they told me they don't keep any records/serial numbers on them.
 

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The fact that the stock has not been tapped for a sling stud would seem to indicate it is not factory wood. Just a thought.
 

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You may be right Marc Ret......I'd just like to know. I'm going to go snoop around on the Remington forum. I haven't been on there in a long long time.....have to lookup my info.
 
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