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BERETTA 303 VALUE

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Loyac, Mar 21, 2007.

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  1. Loyac

    Loyac Member

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    What should a Beretta 303 20ga Sporting (not field) with a 28" barrel, all factory original and 98% condition sell for (approximate range)? Thanks. John
     
  2. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    around 400...add 50 if its choke tubes and has some tubes with it
     
  3. claybrdr

    claybrdr Well-Known Member

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    At least $550 to $600

    Very rare and desirable. $750 would not buy mine, which is in mint condition.
     
  4. glasman

    glasman TS Member

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    Im looking for a gun like this, if you are selling please email me above. Remove the XXX. I looked in my 1987 Beretta Catalog and didn't see a "Sporting" model but that doesn't say much..About $550.00-600.00

    Jason
     
  5. 1max1molly

    1max1molly TS Member

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    Does any body know the current value of a 303 12ga field model with tubes in about 98% condition? Thank you
     
  6. FarmerD

    FarmerD TS Member

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    1max1molly;
    Want to trade for a 3200? FD
     
  7. 1max1molly

    1max1molly TS Member

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    FarmerD, Thanks for making me smile. Does it have the updates? You know it adds weight to help make them a better boat anchor. And a pretty one at that.
     
  8. cleboje

    cleboje Member

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    I have a 303 20 gauge sporter with 28 inch choke tube barrel...gave $500 for it several years ago.

    From the first round with the gun, it was dead center of the targets. Could not ask for a better fitting, straight shooting gun.

    I got a great deal on a great gun and it is much easier to clean than my son's 391.

    Joe
     
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