Remington Nylon 11 - What's it worth?

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  1. bitfiddler

    bitfiddler New Member

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    I have a Remington Nylon 11 .22 cal bolt action clip-fed rifle with a barrel date code of CK31 (April of 1963). It is in what I would call really good (not excellent) shape with 98% of the bluing remaining on the barrell, no rust, origional sights and a few minor surface scratches on the stock, but no cracks or gouges. It has a Bushnell 3-7 scope on it currently but I have the origional rear sight and screws for it. Also I have 3 Remington clips for it: 2-6 round and 1-10 round. I have had the gun since 1967 and it has very few rounds through it - the rifling is still sharp and clean. Any ideas as to what I might be able to get for it? Thanks.

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  2. williamd

    williamd New Member

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    I have a couple of 66's. One dates to 1958. And, an Apache. Value is not much even though you do not see many used ones is the Nylon series. $150 +/-.
  3. doubleslover

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    There is the same model on guns international right now supposedly in excellent condition and they are asking $700.00. Doesn't mean they will get it though!
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    Suicide*Ride New Member

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    Hi bitfiddler,

    My Friend Johnlives4christ was off by about half! Believe it or not, a bolt action Nylon just sold for $706 on gun[br]oker a couple of weeks ago!

    Gun[br]oker Auction Item #145536162

    It's a pretty nice rifle & VERY hard to find! Depending on your finances, I'd keep it & find something something else to sell..... JMHO. ;)

    Welcome to the forum! :)

    SR
  5. johnlives4christ

    johnlives4christ Former Guest

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    well i didnt know they was getting up so high
  6. bitfiddler

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    Thanks guys!

    The gun on GB was actually a Nylon 12 which is the tube fed version, but it is encouraging that they are worth that much.
  7. doubleslover

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    If you go onto guns international and click on Remington rimfire under rifles, you will see the model you have on the second page . They have a few other nylon models listed, but as I mentioned ,the one you have is on the second page.
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    Yup, the bolt action 11 & 12 are definitely the scarcest of the Nylon family.
    Prices are off the hook on them. (I wasn't aware that collectors were paying up to $700 for the bolt-actions either! :eek: )

    If they handle like the semis and lever actions, it's gotta be a sweet little rifle.
    I think I would be very tempted to hang onto it too. They've been out of production for many years and prices are almost guaranteed to just keep moving up.
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