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panzer426
April 22, 2005, 10:45 AM
of a remington model 11 with 2 interchangable barrels, a duck in flight on left side and pheasant standing on right side, markings: remington re. u.s. pat. off. 735505. markings on left side of barrel: 12 ga for 2 3/4 or shorter shells full crr (fancy N)? with what looks like a side ways tack. top of barrel: remington arms co inc, ilion n.y. made in usa brownings u.s. pats. 689.283-710.094-730.870-812.326 markings on right side of barrel: r.e.p? some scratches on stocks and some rust on shorter barrel? longer barrel is perfect. hasnt been fired in 8? years. was grandfathers, gave to my father, he gave to me.
just curious on what the value is, roughly.

panzer426
April 22, 2005, 02:08 PM
just be be clear, Im not asking for offers. at the moment I have no desire to sell it as it was my grandfathers, just curious.

Hkmp5sd
April 22, 2005, 03:18 PM
Rough guestimate would be about $400.

panzer426
April 23, 2005, 02:23 PM
thanks. had never even thought about it untill a few days ago. wife asked how much he paid for it, he traded a worn out engine part from some type of farm tractor/combine for it a long long time ago. then I said "now its probably worth...ummm...I have no idea."
so thanks!!! if I ever do part with it I will most likely use it as a trade/partial trade on another firearm. How much would it cost to fix the chipping in the stocks (theres quite a few chips and scratches but none are deep or big) and I assume replace the short barrel since it has quite a bit of rust damage from when my father kept it in the back of his closet. would it be worth it to fix/replace them? the shoulder stock and short barrel? or would that just be spending money but not increasing the value? would it lower the value to not have the originals?

Andrew LB
April 26, 2005, 12:59 AM
What would you guys value a 100% original Belgian Browning semi auto 16ga shotgun? I think its mid to late 30s. Excellent condition.

Excuse the shine... i just oiled the stock....

http://www.kalionzes.com/guns/Browning.jpg

Its a crappy picture.. i can take a better one tomorrow if you like.