What is a Remington Targetmaster 41 worth?

What is a Remington Targetmaster 41 worth?

The value of a Remington Model 41 typically ranges from about $200 to $400.

When was the Remington Model 41 Targetmaster made?

Member. Remington Model 41 Target Master, single shot . 22 caliber rifle. These are classic rifles and were manufactured between 1936 and about 1939.

How much is a Remington 510 Targetmaster worth?

Street value is around $150 today. It should not be expected to appreciate much in the next 25 to 50 years; there were amazing numbers made, they have very long service lives, and inexpensive competitors continue to be built.

When was the Remington Model 514 made?

Remington introduced the Model 514 in April 1948 as cheaper alternative to the Model 510 other 500 series rimfires and a competitor of the excellent Winchester Model 67.

When did the Remington Targetmaster Model 41 come out?

Remington .22 Targetmaster model 41 Single Shot VG 26 in 1959. Barrel measures 27 inches from bolt face to muzzle. Stock is one piece American Walnut, original 13 1/2 inch length of pull with factory original buttplate. This is a career hunting rifle from the estate of one of our local residents.

What are the sights on a Remington Model 41?

This is one of Remington’s masterpieces in the modestly priced rimfire single shot rifle line, the Model 41 Targetmaster. Mechanism is pull-knob cocker with a generously sized safety lever on the knob. Sights are blue spring steel step-elevator rear notch with brass bead milled blue steel front.

What kind of rifle was the Remington 22?

Going off the Remington website, it was a single-shot .22 Short/Long/Long Rifle (interchangeable) bolt-action rifle, made from 1936 to 1939. Designed by C. C. Loomis, there were ~307,000 made in that three-year window. Remington also offered the 41A, 41PS, 41AS, and 41SB variations on the standard 41 Targetmaster.

What kind of rifle does my father have?

Also have the K98 Mauser and Luger that my Great Uncle brought back from Germany during WW2. Neither is for sale. Have my father’s Thompson contender pistol, with 22 and 357 barrels, and his his winchester 30-30. Its an odd model, with flip-up tang sight, 24″ barrel, and a hooked metal buttplate.