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What is the value of a Steven Model 77 slide action repeating shotgun with no serial number When it was bought we called company and was told that it was one of the first ten off of the line?

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2005-11-16 18:27:08
2005-11-16 18:27:08

Several factors need to be addressed i.e., condition of weapon, any pertinent historical information, personal and or sentimental attachment and last but not least, geographical location. I live in the South East and have seen this model in "good" -usable condition- offered for $150.00

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