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What is the value of a Blue Grass shotgun and how do you repair its stock?


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2004-01-15 16:23:18
2004-01-15 16:23:18

If it is a side hammer, damascus barreled Belgian import , you will probably have a dificult time finding the correct stock and the decorator value will be about the same if the stock can be neatly "repaired" with Elmer's Glue. If it is a boxlock with fluid steel barrels, it's probably a Crescent still valued as a shooter (if blessed by an experienced gunsmith) and a replacement stock could probably be obtained from the local 'smith or at a gun show. Replacing it should raise the value from $10 as a parts gun to $200+ as a field gun.


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