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What is the value of a 1929 Model Montgomery Ward Hercules 410 shotgun?


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2012-06-21 00:23:27
2012-06-21 00:23:27

Wards Hercules 410 was made by different manufacturers through out it's history.

The early models from the 1920's had no model number just "PROOF TESTED 410 GAUGE" stamped on the left side and "SELECTED FORGED STEEL" stamped on the right side of the barrel. Model numbers were stamped on later guns.

They usually don't fetch much $$


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