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What is the value of a Stevens gallery model 80?


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2005-10-01 20:59:51
2005-10-01 20:59:51

The Stevens Gallery no. 80 was made somewhere between 1906 and 1910. The exact date should be marked on the barrel of the rifle, it's in front of the sight on mine as Aug.23.06. Unfortunately, this rifle isn't much of a collectors item; just if it's in great condition. I had mine valued (in good condition) around $225. Good luck in getting money out of it. (Thanks to for more info on rifle) -Shadowman, Washington CH, OH


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