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What is the value of a 12 gauge A Parker shotgun with double barrels hammers and triggers?

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2006-11-11 05:18:49
2006-11-11 05:18:49

It would top out at $250 as a mantle decoration. Unless you mean a Parker Brothers shotgun. Then it could be several thousand dollars.

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