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What is the value of a Crescent model 60 Empire double barrel hammerless in good condition?

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2006-03-13 21:25:30
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200.00

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The Crescent Arms "Empire Hammerless" double barrel (20 guage) is not a collectable gun, but is a "shooter". Thus, in shootable condition, it is worth about $200. That's what I paid for mine, strictly for bird hunting.

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Will have to be made. Semi-inletted stocks for Crescent Hammerless shotguns can be had for around $40, but require quite a bit of expert work to finish.

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The wooden forearm is easily made, but if you need the metal part of the forend you are in for a tough time. We are one of the largest used parts dealers in the country and have not had a Crescent .410 forend iron in years. sales@countrygunsmith.net

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Chances are that your forehand double barrel was made by Crescent Firearms Co.These shotguns will bring between 50-150 dollars depending on condition,and a good set of bores.

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There is a wealth of information by Nick Niles in the Gun Digest book of Guns and Prices 2005 Edition, ISBN #0-89689-324-3 and library of congress # 2005906853 Models, prices, and history. Also acomplete listofALL the names associated with Crescent F.A. Co

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Depends on condition. Single shot = $25-$75. Double Barrel = $75-$200.

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