View Full Version : Parts Value of Rem 700P LTR .308

10-04-2013, 1:26 AM
I have a Rem 700P LTR in .308 I bought used a few months ago, I was told has less than 100 rounds down the barrel. I have been saving for a nice scope for it, but found out a few weeks ago the wife and I have a little one on the way-- so looking to cut back on a few things. Would REALLY like to hang onto the receiver because of the california-sucks-laws taking affect Jan 1. What do you all think the parts would be worth if I stripped it down? Sold the newish, fluted barrel, the stock, the trigger, maybe even the bolt? Or should I just sell it and look for a cheaper 700 to pick up before 12/31? I understand the cost of reassembling it will far outweigh what I get for the parts, but I don't mind hanging onto it for a while and then building some sweet with it some day... maybe even for the little one when he / she grows up.

What do you guys think?

10-04-2013, 1:32 AM
$50 to $100 for the barrel.
$150-$200 for the stock.
$20 for the trigger if you are lucky.
$75 to $125 for the bolt.

Lucky Scott
10-04-2013, 8:12 AM
I would just save it as is. Don't do any upgrades, but don't part it out.

10-04-2013, 8:41 AM
I would just save it as is. Don't do any upgrades, but don't part it out.

I agree. You've already spent the money, just park it for now & don't spend any money on it. If you feel you need the money, sell the stock and keep the rest.


10-06-2013, 12:35 AM
I have sold and bought these particular items on eBay plenty of times. The HS Precision stock will sell for $250-$300. The bolt will sell for $100-$200. The barrel will sell for $150-$225. Trigger not much.

10-06-2013, 9:07 AM
Save it as is or if you really need the money, sell it. I've seen some factory LTR's shoot lights out. You don't know if you got a real shooter or just an average rifle. I would keep it and scope it later. You might have a good shooter.

If you part it out, you'll never get it back together for the cost you parted it out for.

10-06-2013, 7:55 PM
Well if I part it out, it will get rebuilt into something sweet, and prob not a .308...

We'll see how things go. I appreciate the continued input and advice from everybody.

10-07-2013, 4:59 PM
PM me if you decided to sell your stock