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What is the value of a Remington Model 10 shotgun?

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2008-09-26 15:54:28
2008-09-26 15:54:28

If your gun is the origanal model 10 it will have an A,B,or C at the end of model 1o on the bridge and barrel . we think the gun with the B is the most exspensive gun. they are used here in Kentucky for shooting matches. One of the best guns made for shoting matches.there is a model 8 that looks like a model 10. The Model 10 shotgun was a pump-action takedown shotgun made from 1910-1929. It was offered in various grades, but the most often seen plain version sells for around $200 in working order. Model 10 begain production in 1908 - 1929 it was made for 21 years


The Remington Model 10 slide action shotgun was made from 1911 to 1929. In 100% condition, it books at $300. In 60%, $110.


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