Remington 700 identification

Whitetail312

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I have a possible purchase that I want to know the value of. The man says it’s a Remington 700 Tiger Wood stock, made between 1961-82. I have never seen such a stock on a Remington. Any help would be very much appreciated!
 

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What is the caliber? What is the condition? Pictures are not clear for me! What are the codes on the left side of the barrel at the receiver? How much is he asking?
 

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What is the caliber? What is the condition? Pictures are not clear for me! What are the codes on the left side of the barrel at the receiver? How much is he asking?
I wonder why they’re so blurry. The number on the left side of the weapon say B6373628
It’s a .243 caliber. He wants 1000$ but i may have a trade in the works. I just want to know if that’s a factory stock or not.
 

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It looks prettier than most but I have seen some that are similar. I just sold 2 early BDLs to my FFL yesterday that were 95% a .223 and a 22-250 heavy barrel, that I originally purchased from him, I sold them for 850.00 ea. Without seeing yours in better pictures I would say anything under 750.00 is probably a decent deal.
 

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I have one like yours in .243 in 95+% condition without the tiger stripes I bought about 30 years ago from a older gentleman that had it for 20 years and never fired it. His wife gave it to him as a birthday gift. It came with a package installed Weaver I think scope, paid 300.00. It stays in the safe all nice and cozy, I have put less than 40 rounds through it.
 

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Looks like a standard short action
M700 BDL with a good piece of factory wood on it.......
I have owned a couple similar to it over the years
 

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Is this the one for sale on ODT? It’s a pretty stock but it’s still a 700 BDL. They are going from anywhere from $550-750. It’s still just a BDL stock. Prices are getting crazy over on that forum. Cant sell a full custom long range rifle, but guys are buying SKSs for $1000.
 

Whitetail312

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Is this the one for sale on ODT? It’s a pretty stock but it’s still a 700 BDL. They are going from anywhere from $550-750. It’s still just a BDL stock. Prices are getting crazy over on that forum. Cant sell a full custom long range rifle, but guys are buying SKSs for $1000.
It is indeed on there.
 

SDPlinker

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Is this the one for sale on ODT? It’s a pretty stock but it’s still a 700 BDL. They are going from anywhere from $550-750. It’s still just a BDL stock. Prices are getting crazy over on that forum. Cant sell a full custom long range rifle, but guys are buying SKSs for $1000.
Yup amazing ain’t it? I think a lot are thinking there will be a surplus of bargain basement arms for sale 😂I believe they will think woulda, shoulda coulda! Or maybe I am wrong, I pray I am.
 

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