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(12/23/02 10:34:53 am)
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this is a gamemaster rifle that my grand father gave to me and im just wondering what it's worth...its a gamemaster model 141 in 35 rem

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(12/23/02 5:20:17 pm)
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Hi buckweat.....welcome to TFF.

That's a nice rifle that your grandfather gave you. If you're a deer hunter, .35 Remington is a fine caliber in a wooded hunting setting.

The Gamemaster 141 was made from 1936 to 1942 and from 1946 to 1950 in four grades; the higher grades had checkered pistol grip stock & forearm and engraving.

In order to determine the value of your gun, we'll need a more complete description as to condition and engraving (if any).

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(12/23/02 5:26:32 pm)
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i will get the detalis on the engraving asap.... it has the but end of a shell on one side of it

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(12/24/02 8:45:20 am)
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OK....don't forget to tell us about the condition....the bluing, dings & dents, bore, stock, etc.

Depending on condition, value can range from $150 to 385. Assuming average condition...$200 to 260.

But......considering that it was your grandfather's rifle, and all of the hunting memories it has.....you can't put a price on that.
 

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I have a 1937 Remington 141 Gamemaster and it has been in the family since it was purchased new. I live in Michigan and I cannot even begin to tell you how many Vegatarians - I mean Deer it has hit. For a close in woodland gun it cannot be beat, I find it more durable and reliable than most new guns out there. It is a gun worth keeping.
 
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