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What is the approximate age and value of a 410 gauge single shot if the only identifying mark on the gun is Sears on the barrel?

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2005-10-12 14:22:32
2005-10-12 14:22:32

This won't be anything considered a collectable, so it will have only its utility value and a new single shot .410 costs less than $100 at WalMart. Figure a second hand one will be $35 in poor shape or $75 if nearly-new.

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