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Old June 9, 2013, 09:14 PM   #4
James K
Join Date: March 17, 1999
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Collector value on guns depends almost totally on condition with the closer to factory original being the most valuable. In truth, shotguns are not as much in demand as rifles or handguns, partly because most shotguns were bought for use and were used, usually hard. A handgun made in 1900 might have spent over a century in a bureau drawer; a shotgun made at the same time might have spent its time in rain and snow, or in a duck blind, or in a chicken coop getting chicken**** all over it.

In brief, the only way to get even a WAG on value would be to post good, clear closeup pictures of both sides of the receivers, and good pictures of the stocks and barrels.

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