how much is a sears and roebuck 20 gauge shot gun worth?

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5 years ago #1
jeri davis
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how much is a sears and roebuck 20 gauge shot gun worth?
serial #Q156500

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rboatright avatar
5 years ago #2
rboatright
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How much is a Chevy pick up truck worth? License tag xyz123.

Sears sold MANY MANY different 20 gauge shotguns made my MANY MANY different manufacturers over the course of more than a century.

And every manufacturer had a different series of serial numbers, and some had none at all.

And just like the pick up truck, condition matters. A given model and year of truck might be worth $10,000 or $50 depending on condition. Same thing for guns.

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5 years ago #3
bigcurt
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as rboatright said we usually need a little more info than just a sears 20 gs shotgun,,the model number will proably be on the barrel somewhere and may look something like 200 or 101.878,,583.8973 or something to that effect usually with a . in the number,,this will help us determing who made the gun since sears only contracted gun manufactures to make guns with there name on them,,it would also narrow things down if you wopuld tell us if it was a pump ,,single shot ,auto loader ,,double ,,bolt action ,,these factors determine the correct model to cross our refrences with ,,for the most part a sears sold and marked gun will value around 70% of the original model the manufacture made with there name on it ,,
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4 years ago #4
ace
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Any Sears stuff is not worth buying

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3 years ago #5
B. FOX
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MODEL # 101.100A ABOVE AVERAGE CONDITION

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3 years ago #6
bob williamson
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I have a mod. 75 20 Ga. 583.7500 SEARS-TED WILLIANS semi-auto just purchased I am seeking info. on paper work on this gun.

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3 years ago #7
Fred
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Thanks for that really worthless answer....

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2 years ago #8
dd
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55

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Rob62 avatar
2 years ago #9
Rob62
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dd - since this thread is over 3 years old, can you clarify your question ? Even if there is one ?

Its generally best to start another post altogether.

Regards,

Rob

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