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What is the value of a Remington 12 gauge vintage shotgun?

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2005-05-20 22:51:03
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The Remington Model 12 Sportsman came in semi-auto or pump configurations, and were made from 1984-1986 (vintage?). The auto is booked at $300 in 100% condition and $150 in 60%. The pump from $275 to 140. (Add 10% if it has Rem-chokes).

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