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I cannot help with actual value, I can just say I paid $175 for mine recently.

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Approximate value on this shotgun is $130 - $200 depending on condition.


These where made from 1955-1971. If in 90% condition about $130.


I just bought one for $100cdn at an auction.


Between 60-160 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.


60-140 dollars for a shotgun with between 60%-95%original finish remaining and a good bore.


SN's were not required before 1968. It it has one, check the following locations, barrel, frame, breech, under forearm.


If made before midnight, December 31, 1968, it will not have a serial number. If made later, it will be clearly marked on the receiver.


I would need to know the manufacturer of your 77B shotgun to be of any help to you.


AnswerA little more description, please. I can't locate a Savage Model 77 in the Blue Book. If it is a rifle, the thing on the end is probably a flash-hider, and if it is a shotgun it is probably an adjustable choke. IF it is a silencer and you are in the US, contact the nearest ATF agent to get your 10 year vacation in a federal "resort." In California and a few other places, even having a flash-hider or threads on the barrel to screw one on can turn some hunting rifles into evil assault weapons.Edit by Henry0Reilly - The Stevens-Savage 77B is a pump shotgun and the thing on the end is almost certainly an adjustable choke. The value is from $130 - $200, depending on condition.I have a savage model 77B pump shotgun and the thing on the end is certantly an adjustable choke it has 3 settings; full, modified, and improved. Full makes the widest pattern, and improved makes the smallest, with modified being some where in between.Slight correction: Full makes smallest. Improved makes widest.Full for longer range.Improved for closer.


The Electric Company - 1971 77B - 6.77 was released on: USA: 1 February 1977


The Electric Company - 1971 77B 6-77 was released on: USA: 1 February 1977


As a rule- it is never a good idea to shoot a slug through a "choked" barrell. You may get lucky but as the result will almost certainly be injury or death, it should not be done. Slug barrells are available for just about any modern shotgun. Choking a slug round serves NO purpose. Chokes are designed to tighten a shot pattern and increase the distance a shotgun is accurate and effective.


365 miles taking this route:Take I-10 WEST from Phoenix to SR-210 WEST to PASADENA at EXIT 77B in CALIFORNIA.Take SR-210 WEST to Arcadia.


Section 77A read with Section 77B(2)permits a company to buy its own shares or other securities out of:-(i) its free reserves.(ii) the securities premium account.(iii) the proceeds of any shares or other specified securities.


Take I-10 WEST to I-5 NORTH via the 210 WEST in California in the Los Angeles/Inland Empire vicinity. (EXIT 77B off I-10 to get onto the 210, then the 210 to I-5 NORTH at EXIT 1A.)Take I-5 NORTH to Medford.


Take I-10 WEST to the 210 to PASADENA at EXIT 77B in CALIFORNIA.Take the 210 around Los Angeles to I-5 GOLDEN STATE FWY NORTH to SACRAMENTO.Take I-5 NORTH to SR-99 NORTH to BAKERSFIELD and FRESNO at EXIT 221.Take SR-99 NORTH to Fresno.


Take Florida's Turnpike (toll) NORTH to I-75 NORTH.Take I-75 NORTH to I-10 to JACKSONVILLE and TALLAHASSEE. You want I-10 WEST to TALAHASSEE.Take I-10 across the country to I-5 NORTH via the 210 in California (EXIT 77B off I-10).Take I-5 NORTH to Portland.


1,229 miles taking this route:Go down to I-10. Take I-10 WEST.Take I-10 WEST to the 210 WEST to PASADENA at EXIT 77B in Redlands, INLAND EMPIRE, CALIFORNIA.Take the 210 around Los Angeles to I-5 GOLDEN STATE FWY - NORTH to SACRAMENTO at EXIT 1A.Take I-5 NORTH to Eugene.


468 miles taking this route:Take I-10 WEST from Phoenix to the 210 WEST to PASADENA at EXIT 77B in REDLANDS, INLAND EMPIRE, CALIFORNIA.Take the 210 WEST to the 134 WEST to VENTURA in Pasadena.Take the 134 WEST to U.S. 101 VENTURA FWY - NORTH to VENTURA.Take U.S. 101 NORTH to Santa Barbara.


116 miles taking this route:Take I-10 WEST from Palm Springs to the 210 WEST to PASADENA at EXIT 77B in Redlands, INLAND EMPIRE.Take the 210 WEST to the 134 WEST to VENTURA at EXIT 26A in Pasadena.Take the 134 WEST to I-5 GOLDEN STATE FWY (NORTH) to SACRAMENTO at EXIT 5


1,438 miles taking this route:Take I-10 WEST from Goodyear to the 210 WEST to PASADENA off EXIT 77B in Redlands, INLAND EMPIRE, CALIFORNIA.Take the 210 WEST to I-5 GOLDEN STATE FWY - NORTH to SACRAMENTO at EXIT 1A.Take I-5 NORTH to Olympia via I-405 (EXIT 288 off I-5 in OREGON) to bypass PORTLAND.


1485 give or take a few miles.1,515 miles taking this route:Take I-10 WEST from Phoenix to I-210 WEST to PASADENA at EXIT 77B near Redlands, INLAND EMPIRE, CALIFORNIA.Follow I-210 WEST to I-5 NORTH to SACRAMENTO at EXIT 1A.Take I-5 NORTH to Seattle. To bypass PORTLAND, take I-205 NORTH (EXIT 288 off I-5 in OREGON).


1,515 miles taking this route:Take I-10 WEST from Phoenix to the 210 WEST to PASADENA at EXIT 77B in Redlands, INLAND EMPIRE, CALIFORNIA.Take the 210 WEST around Los Angeles to I-5 GOLDEN STATE FWY - NORTH to SACRAMENTO at EXIT 1A in the San Fernando Valley area.Take I-5 NORTH to Seattle. To bypass PORTLAND, take I-205 NORTH (EXIT 288 off I-5 in OREGON).


440 miles taking this route:Take I-10 WEST from Blythe to the 210 WEST to PASADENA off EXIT 77B in Redlands, INLAND EMPIRE.Take the 210 WEST to I-5 GOLDEN STATE FWY - NORTH to SACRAMENTO off EXIT 1A.Take I-5 GOLDEN STATE FWY - NORTH to HIGHWAY 99 NORTH to BAKERSFIELD and FRESNO at EXIT 221.Take HIGHWAY 99 NORTH to Fresno.


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