j c stevens 12 gauge double barrel shotgun in average condit...

5 years ago #1
jim
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j c stevens 12 gauge double barrel shotgun in average condition. What is the value?

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5 years ago #2
Joegunn96
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Hi Jim, THE model # here means the difference between a
$200.00 ( lowest price gun listed ) an a collectible gun
$2750.00,( the highest price listed ). You really need to be more specific, if not sure ,Please post some pictures , then maybe I can help. Sorry , the best of luck to you.Joe

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5 years ago #3
jim
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It is a model 325 double barrel, double trigger, 12 gauge with all matching numbers 15740 and it is in average condition. What is the value?

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3 years ago #4
Alicia
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What if it is a Model 34B...what does it sell for? Thanks!

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2 years ago #5
williams
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311a

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2 years ago #6
two old dogs
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Retail value in good condition would range from $130 to $175 depending on condition and remaining original wood and metal finish.

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1 year ago #7
LilKillerMil
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I have a STevens 12 ga. double barrell made in Mass Serial # 5100, do you know the value of it. I have others that I need the value on as well. where is the best site to get these prices?
Thanks,

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1 year ago #8
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You have a Stevens Model 530 constructed using the No. 5100 action (5100 is not a serial number) and made in the period <phone> .

Retail value for a gun in good or better condition would range from $150 to $300 depending on mechanical and bore condition and remaining original wood and metal finish.

Please post each additional gun in a separate post in the proper category for identification and evaluation.

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1 year ago #9
LilKillerMil
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OK Thanks, I'm learning

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