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Specter7
06-11-2012, 5:17 PM
I inhearted this gun from my father serial 69x35811 it is a 3in magnum 20g "special steel" 26inch vent rib barrel The gun that it in beautiful shape and all the tooling makes this a very hanson gun. Its been sitting in my safe untouched for like the past 15-18 years.

I have thoought about selliing it as this is one of three 20gauges he left me. (funny as I havent touched those either)

What is the value of this gun? What is a fair selling price?

thank very much for yoou time.
-Andrew

Oneaudiopro
06-11-2012, 5:25 PM
Those are usually in the $600-$800 range

Specter7
06-12-2012, 5:25 AM
I looked for info on this gun on sites like gun broker and some of these are listed (I don't know what they sold for) for like 1200 to 1600. Aare they just being unreasonable?

SteveR213
06-12-2012, 9:22 AM
Still glad I have my late 50's Superposed. Love the Belgian Brownings. FN made a hell of a gun back then.

bjl333
06-12-2012, 9:39 AM
I looked for info on this gun on sites like gun broker and some of these are listed (I don't know what they sold for) for like 1200 to 1600. Aare they just being unreasonable?

People can ask for whatever they want to ask for and so can you. If you want to you can post it with a higher price and drop it down every couple of weeks until it sells. I concur with the $600-$800 value though.

Specter7
06-12-2012, 4:14 PM
I totally get it, it only worth what someone will pay for it. And like all forsale postes you can ask what ever you want - dosent mean you r gonna get it. I had a type-o on ghe serial numer and fixed it in the listing it is a 69x with a 35811 underneth


People can ask for whatever they want to ask for and so can you. If you want to you can post it with a higher price and drop it down every couple of weeks until it sells. I concur with the $600-$800 value though.

stkcode
06-13-2012, 11:04 AM
Take into consideration that most of the listings on GB are grossly over-priced. GB seems to be notorious for this. Notice, most listings expire.