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Remington Model 51 stamped w/ anchor. Significance?
Posted by: Anonymous User (IP Logged)
Date: September 04, 2009 09:17PM

We are looking at a Remington Model 51, and are trying to find out if the small stamp on the right front side of the trigger guard is going to make any appreciable difference in the value of the gun.
The gun is in better-than-average condition, but shows wear and dry storage damage, so it isn't a prime collector gun. Does the presence of the anchor stamp save it? No box, 1 magazine, and I haven't fired it. Serial number is PA then 5 digits. Thoughts? Thanks in advance!

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  Remington Model 51 stamped w/ anchor. Significance? 2901 Anonymous User 09/04/2009 09:17PM
  Re: Remington Model 51 stamped w/ anchor. Significance? 1256 DuaneD 09/05/2009 05:21AM
  Re: Remington Model 51 stamped w/ anchor. Significance? 1194 Randy K. 09/05/2009 09:59AM
  Re: Remington Model 51 stamped w/ anchor. Significance? 1217 Randy K. 09/05/2009 10:09AM
  Re: Remington Model 51 stamped w/ anchor. Significance? 1010 C.W. Howard 09/05/2009 12:20PM
  Re: Remington Model 51 stamped w/ anchor. Significance? 1913 Anonymous User 09/05/2009 12:43PM
  Re: Remington Model 51 stamped w/ anchor. Significance? 1008 DuaneD 09/06/2009 10:02AM
  Re: Remington Model 51 stamped w/ anchor. Significance? 964 Randy K. 09/06/2009 07:50PM


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