Value seldom goes much beyond 100 USD
Early 1950's, value under $100. email@example.com
The value is $40-$150 depending on condition, location, need etc.
50-60 yrs old. 50-150 USD
Depending on condition, about $85-90. These were in production only a short time, and there is not a high demand for bolt action shotguns.
Sadly absolutely perfect condition, the value is only about $300 USD ranges in price between $35 - $300 depending on the shape of the gun.
In order to answer your question correctly,I would need the maker of the shotgun,model number or name,and the serial number to determine the correct answer.
have a shotgun 16gage side by side sent home by my father from Germany in WWII the word geco on the side of the barrell can't find any info on value of gun or history
Kesslerr Arms Corp seems to have lasted only three years, 1951-53. A bolt action is unlikely to bring more than $100 even if still in like-new condition
In good shape the most is $120.
I just got a Kessler mdl 326 20 gauge shotgun, apparently Kessler made these bolt action shotguns from 1951-1953 before they went out of buisness. On the underside of the barrel their should be three numbers that will denote whether it is 51,52, of 53. In mint condition these guns are only worth about $150. Towards the end of production the quality fell sharply- the magazines would jam while loading. Fun guns though.
The opportunity cost of doing action A is not doing action B. So, the opportunity cost theoretically depends upon how much you value action A over action B (ie, value of action A - value of action B).