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What is the value of 22 410 marked pat pending and Chicopee Falls Mass USA made?

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2006-08-22 15:49:46
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The Stevens Model 22/410 (and Savage Model 24) is worth from $150 to $500, depending almost entirely on condition, and in lesser degree the part of the country where the gun is being sold.

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