I have a Model 58B 410 Bolt Action Shotgun that dates back to the early 1900s, belonged to my grandfather, and I'm wondering the value of something like this.
your definition of "early 1900's" and mine probably differ. The model 58 was introduced in 1937 and produced until 1981.
Bolt action shotguns are very unpopular just now, and the 58 isn't a "collectors" target
Recent auctions on Gunbroker have ranged from $41 to $84.
Max price would probably be just over 100 for a new-in-box.
i have one like new,i'll keep it before i give it away,lol,my grand kids will love it
where can you find parts
Click on the below link and scroll down to Parts. There are a few web-site listed that may just have what you want.
I had this gun sence I was 8 yrs old' I am 67 now the gun is still in good shape, and not for sale, I just wondered what it is worth, if someone out there might know I would apperish it , thanks,
Retail value for a gun in good or better condition would range from $75 to $150 depending on mechanical and bore condition and remaining original wood and metal finish.
I wiould like to have it. My son's got stolden.. ??
you can get more for it from someone who collect guns.
Another site shows the 58B being produced from 1933 -1945. I would say the gun is worth more to the right person. In good shape would have to be 150.00