The Stevens 325 sxs shotgun was made from 1904 to 1908. Not many people know about this shotgun and it is often confused with the later made model 325 bolt action rifle.
100-325 or so
A citori 325
An Ithaca model 51 magnum 3 inch shotgun is worth $275-$325, depending on condition.
The Stevens Model 325-C Rifle was manufactured between 1947 and 1950 in Caliber 30-30.
what is the scope mount for savage 325 c
Hi, depending on condition. should be around the $150.00 range.
The Standard Catalog lists it at $200 in NRA Poor condition and $500 in Excellent. The Blue Book doesn't seem to list this model, but similar Stevens doubles (there are about 3 dozen models that have no significant differences) are shown at $100 in 60% and $225 in 100%. Now, BB 60% is better than NRA Poor and 100% is better than Excellent, so one of them is seriously off in their estimations. I think the Blue Book is a bit low and the Catalog is way too high. The Stevens 325 sxs shotgun was made from 1904 to 1908. Not many people know about this shotgun and it is often confused with the later made model 325 bolt action rifle.
Well, it depends on condition, of course. But I've recently seen on for sell for about $325 It seemed to be in reasonable condition.
I have new magazines for that model.
The Stevens model 325C,bolt action rifle in 30-30Win.caliber was made from 1947-1950.A rifle of this model will bring between 135-225 dollars,for a example exhibiting between 60%-90% of its original finish,and a good bore.
The 325B is a Mossberg 385k. any good shotgun gunsmith can repair it.
It depends on the type of shotgun, but the average price is 325 to 375 dollars. If you can get a collector to buy it versus a private sale, you may be able to get up to 800 dollars.
your gun is actually an skb arms andthey are worth about -700 exc, 650 v.g., 550-good,325-fair,150-poor
Your Winchester model 12 shotgun,which was made in 1931 will bring between 200-325 dollars depending on condition.If the polychoke was a after market add on,then it will bring less.
With the serial number that you have given,your Winchester model 1912 pump action shotgun was made in the year 1961.If it is in 12 gauge then the shotgun has a value of between 250-325 dollars for a specimen showing between 60%-80% of its original finish,if in 16 gauge then 275-375 dollars,if in 20 gauge then between 450-575 dollars.
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 1912 pump action shotgun was made in the year 1953.If your shotgun shows between 60%-80%of its original finish and is chambered in 12 gauge then the value will be between 250-325 dollars,if it is in 16 gauge then 275-375 dollars.
Try a Mossberg Model 385K. This is what it was originally
Your Browning auto-5 standard weight shotgun will have 3 distinct values based on the shotgun having between 60%-80% of its original finish remaining.First if you have a plain barrel model the value will be between 250-325 dollars.If you have a solid matte rib barrel model then the value will be between 295-375 dollars,and last if your shotgun has a vent rib barrel.The value will range between 395-475 dollars.
Shotguns are described by GAUGE not caliber. Most are marked on the barrel as to the gauge and correct ammuntion for use.
I do not believe the model 325's were manufactured after 1968. Therefore they required no serial number and yours may not have one. If it did have a serial number it would be on the receiver.