Re: Remington Model 14C opinions/advice
In 2007 I paid 310 for mine, in 35 Remington. I believe the 35 to be the more valuable of the two, because ammo is available for it. That means somebody would be more likely to buy it. Not only is the 30 a "reload only" thing, but brass is getting harder and harder to come by.
If it was the 30 that was broke, I'd say leave it broke. But the 35? I believe you oughta fix it.
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