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RANGER side by side shotgun?

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2015-07-17 17:42:54
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Ranger was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck, probably from about 1920-1040's. The guns were made by a variety of manufacturers, but a SxS double is most likely a version of the Stevens 311. They should be good utility guns, but nothing flashy or expensive. A 12 gauge should be worth $200-$250. The 20 gauge might be $100 higher.

This is an incorrect answer. The Ranger line was made for Sears and Roebuck, by Hunter Arms, famous for L.C.Smith shotguns. The Ranger was the same as the Fulton and Fulton Special. These were and are exrtreamly good boxlock shotguns, as many of the parts were the same design as he L.C.Smith. These go for up to 1500 dollars in 20 guage, so the 410 will ble worth more.

The 410 is the rarest of this model, and will command a premium price.

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