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What is a value of a J Stevens crack shot 32 short 32 caliber single shot?

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2006-08-22 15:56:30
2006-08-22 15:56:30

The Crackshot in .32 is often worth less than the .22 because of unavailability of ammo. But some collectors want the bigger bore. The Model 26 Crackshot will bring from $75 to about $225, depending on condition. Usual on-line auction price is in the $140-$170 range.

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