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Value of my JM 444?

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I have noticed that Remlin has not made any .444's for a while now.... therefore supply in demand would "suggest" the value of .444's increase..
Anyways, I have a JM stamped and serial number on my 444 that places it as one of the last JM 444's made before the transition... I was wondering what the estimated value for this rifle is? It is in excellent/new condition, and has had less then 40 rounds fired through it.

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The demand is less than a month old. You could sell it in Ohio for $800. Probably $600 elsewhere for the searching I did over the last few months if it is pristine.

I am hoping production returns, for ammunition at the very least.

The demand won't last. After a year or two everyone will settle down. Right now most people I know are getting 45-70's and considering them a big improvement over slug guns. Those seem to be plentiful.
Wyoming draws for everything they have.
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