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When was the Stevens 5100 made about and what would it retail for in good condition?

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2005-11-23 05:57:04
2005-11-23 05:57:04

It was made from 1931 to 1941. Value for a 12 or 16 gauge would be $150-$250 in useable condition. A .410 or 20 gauge could bring twice as much.

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