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There is a remington model 33 coming up for sale at a local auction.
Is this a good model.
Does anyone know what a fair price for this rifle is?
It is in nra good condition.
Any info is appreciated.
 

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The M/33 was Rem's first bolt action .22 rifle. It was a good design.

Fair price??? Maybe $125 to $150. Real nice ones usually go for under $200 unless they are the "P" or "NRA" versions. The "P" will command a slight premium. The NRA goes up significantly more. The "P" will have a Lyman 55 peep sight. The NRA will have the sight and will be stamped NRA JUNIOR on the barrel.
 

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VERY different guns. The M/33 is a small, single shot entry level rifle. The 521-T is a repeater & much larger in every way. I like the 521-T a lot for different reasons than the 33. The best group I have ever shot with a .22 at 100 yards was with a 521-T with factory peep sights.
 

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I think John answered that... they are totally different designs all the way through. I doubt there is an interchangable part unless it might be a woodscrew that holds the buttplate on the stock :) .
 
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