100-1000 USD depending on the EXACT model, condition, accessories, box, papers, etc..
what the market will bear , left handed model worth more to a left hand er
There is no Remington Model 35, certainly guns produced in CALIBER .35 Remington but lots of different models. I would suspect one of the most popular would be a model 8 or possibly a model 14 or 141. If it's a Auto it's probably an 8 or 81, if a pump a 14 or 141, off hand I can't think of other .35 Remington firearms.
A fortune since it would have to been made by hand as a prototype nearly 10 years in advance of production.
1,000 in mint condition. They are a rare rifle. Less than 5% of 760 BDL's were left handed.
Unfortunately off-hand I can think of at least 12 different bolt action 22 caliber rifles made by Remington, without a model it's impossible to even give ballparks without writing a book, if you revise this question with a model, also put in CONDITION.
http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpage.exe/showproduct?saleitemid=463939&t=11082005 Left Hand Safety
The value of a Springfield hand gun model V10 depends on its condition. This weapon in excellent condition is valued between 450.00 and 575.00 as of 2014.
Yes, the safety for the Remington Model 760 can be converted to right hand. This is a bit of an elaborate conversion involving plugging the current safety detent/plunger spring hole and precisely drilling a new hole and should be done by a competant gunsmith.
No such weapon