Remington Nylon 66

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  1. bob12345

    bob12345 go U.S.A.

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    Years ago I was given a "seneca green" nylon 66 that is in pretty good shape. For years I have thought it was just a cheap mostly worthless but fun rifle. Recently I was told that they are collectible and the seneca green is the rarest. Is this true and if so what is it worth?
     
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    I don't know what it's worth, but my "Mohave Brown" is still killing bunnies since 1962.
     

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    Nylon 66 is highly sought after. Your unusual Seneca Green model probably even more so. Unfortunately I am not familiar enough to know a price.
     
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    seneca green not the rarest, but still >$600.
    gallery(carnival) .22 short is rarest.
    mowhawk brown ~200+.
    over 1kkk 66's made, just 43k green made.
     
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  7. chris in va

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    FWIW the beat up Nylon 66 I saw at the gun store was priced at $625. Will they get that? Probably not.