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Old September 23, 2011, 07:02 AM   #1
BrittB
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Stevens Model 80 Gallery .22

I've found one and it appears to be in really good condition as one would expect with a rifle that has been stuffed away in a closet somewhere. The bore looks perfect and the blueing still looks fine. The stock has a couple of small cracks but nothing bad and the finish has held up well. What can anyone tell me about them? Also, what are they worth so I know if I'm getting dinged or not?

Here's what they look like. This is a .25 but the one I'm looking at is a .22 that shoots short, long, and LR.

http://www.nramuseum.com/the-museum/...ion-rifle.aspx
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