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After the recent passing of my wife's grandmother, the family has found a couple of my wife's grandfather's guns. He sold most of his guns off while he was alive and his spouse sold off some of the remainder guns after his passing and kept back a couple .22's. One of the .22's would be of interest to some of you, I think, but it's not for sale I am just fishing for information.

The gun in question is a Remington Model 6 .22 that was purchased in the 1920's. It's in good to excellent shape and my mother-in-law is going to hang it in her house and kind of wants to know its value for insurance purposes...Does anyone know the value of this gun? Maybe even a little history of these Model 6's?

Thank You,
Hayes
 

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I got my grandfathers 1st 22 that was bought in 1919..not sure what it is tho since my uncle "refinished it"
you got a picture of the thing?
 

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Remington #6 Takedown rifle
Single shot, rolling block action.
Calibers: 22 Short, 22 Long, 22 LR, 32 Short/Long rifle; 20 in bbl
Weight: Average 4 lbs
Sights: Open front and rear; tang peep
Plain straight-grip stock, forearm
Made: 1901-1933
Values:
NIB: $551
Ex or 95%: $391
Good/68%: $216

This info came from the 28th edition of "The Gun Trader's Guide"

Hope this helps.
 

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The gun, I am sure, is a .22 short. Thank you for the info. people, you have been very helpful.
 
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