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Old 03-05-2010, 06:28 AM
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What you have is the "New Model No. 4 Rolling Block Rifle made between 1890-1933 Quantity made about 50,000. The 32. cal rim fire barrel should be 24" long if it is a round barel and 22 1/2" long if octagonal. The lever forward of the trigger is the take down lever which allows the barrrel and forend to be removed from the breech. This feature was added after the turn of the century and can bring a slight premium in value in the finer grades of condition. This model was Remingtons lightest and smallest rolling block. It 's value ranges from $200 in "Very Good condition to $500 for Excellent condition.
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