How much is a Belknap 22 rifle bolt action with 10 or 12 shells made in Louisville KY model b964 in very good condition worth?


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2006-01-17 20:11:08
2006-01-17 20:11:08

$10-$15 as a parts gun. $50-$100, in useable condition. Maybe $150+ if absolutely new condition.


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It should be marked on the barrel or recieiver.

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It kicks out the empty shells and replaces it with a new one. - that's for semi automatic guns.

So long as the barrel and action are in good condition, it will fire them safely.The barrel is choked for shot shells, not slugs, so it's not going to be very accurate.

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Generally, you can fire any ammunition that's 3" or shorter (fired length) in a 3" chamber shotgun. however, a 2 1/4 inch shell may not be handled by the action of a pump, autoloader or bolt action gun.

I just bought one in great condition for $100 with 6 boxes of shells.

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there not ment for shells

no why would they have shells

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