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What is the value of a Stevens model 820B 12GA shotgun in good condition with no cracks and good bluing made between 1949 and 1954?

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2011-09-15 11:18:46
2011-09-15 11:18:46

Your Stevens Model 820B in 80% condition would probably fetch $80.00 to $100.00 at the right time. Most of the Stevens 22 calibers and shotguns were considered utility guns and do not hold a great attraction for the serious collector. They are a fine product with a long and proud history. Hang on to your J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. firearms. They will serve you well and when they need repairs the parts are available widely and at very reasonable cost.

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