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Old 01-20-2003, 12:18 PM
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HI,

I NEED SOME HELP, I HAVE A REMINGTON MODEL 700 CLASSIC 300 H&H MAG,
I AM LOOKING TO TRADE/SELL FOR SOMETHING NEW ( SOMETHING IN SHORT OR ULTRA MAG ).IS THIS RIFLE WORTH ANYTHING?, I AM BEING TOLD THAT THE CLASSIC MODELS ARE MADE IN LIMITED #S. AM I MAKING A MISTAKE TO SELL OR SHOULD I KEEP IT, ANY INPUT WOULD BE HELPFUL----I PAID 650.00 FOR IT 4 YEARS AGO

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Old 01-21-2003, 12:04 PM
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Have you advertised it in the Gun list that would be a good place to sell it. I am not sure you will get 650 for it though...If you trade it you'll get screwed so advertise it in the Gun List. I see those Classics as a waste of time personally with very limited resale value. I have a friend that has a closet full of them in all kinds of calibers and they have not gone up a penny since he started buying them if you factor in inflation.
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Old 01-21-2003, 04:41 PM
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OLDELKHUNTER,

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INFO

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Old 01-21-2003, 07:50 PM
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If your 300 H&H was an unaltered model 70 in top condition you could practically name your price. Unfortunately I don't know of there being much demand for a Rem. I'd say keep it even if you do buy a new shooter. It's still a good caliber although factory ammo is limited but not a problem if you reload. Furthermore the quality and crafmanship of those old guns is just not available today. Some don't see the value in keeping a gun just because of its classic status and character but that's not me. gg.

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Old 01-22-2003, 03:34 PM
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Old 01-22-2003, 03:44 PM
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Personally, the .300 H&H is as good as either of the two new cartridges you mentioned....the difference is truly minimal and the Classic from Remington is a fine gun. I have a classic in .375 H&H and would love the companion piece in .300 H&H....but not for the $650

It's your gun and your money friend....do as you wish, but in my opinion, you've got a keeper right now!!
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