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broadway trap vintage 1962

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by orv druckenmiller, Sep 23, 2008.

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  1. orv druckenmiller

    orv druckenmiller TS Member

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    i would like an opinion of value for the browning broadway 1962 vintage. i am interested in selling in the near future thanks the gun is in excellent condition used on rare occassion in all these years
     
  2. jdlovejoy4

    jdlovejoy4 Active Member

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    After you decide on a price I'd love some pics of it thanks.Josh jdlovejoy4@yahoo.com or call 330-705-8757
     
  3. chemist

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    Broadway Trap= Belgium - 32 inch barrels for sale at NJ trap club- $1500, has been on board for a while- don't know year- depends who wants it - and how badly.
     
  4. JH

    JH Well-Known Member

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    Go to Gunbroker and do a search of Superposed shotguns listed in the last 6 months and see what the asking and selling prices were....it is the best way of finding out!
     
  5. g7777777

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    600=1200
     
  6. Jim Porter

    Jim Porter Well-Known Member

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    If you will sell it for $600 CALL ME!!! (Might even do a little better than that) Of course I would like to see a picture.
    662-694-1415
     
  7. JH

    JH Well-Known Member

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    Come on guys, don't rip the guy off....$600 is way too low unless it is trashed....typically, $850-$1350....

    Again, the best way is to go to auction sites and see what people are actually paying for them and what people are asking for them....

    Check the closed auctions and see how much people paid for the ones that sold!
     
  8. Jim Porter

    Jim Porter Well-Known Member

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    Hey--I said I would do better than $600. I am willing to wait to see what price he setells on. I'v always liked and wanted a Broadway.
     
  9. zzt

    zzt Well-Known Member

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    orv, I used to own a '66 32" Superposed. It was a salt wood gun that had been reblued and restocked at the factory. It was primo. I bought it for $1350, used it for a year and a half, then traded it in on a new gun for $1100. The dealer i traded it to sold it in one day for $1350.

    I've seen "well used" examples for asking prices around $1000 or slightly lower. Really nice ones in my area seem to go for between $1200 and $1400 depending on short tang/long tang, round know vs. square know, etc. Anything priced at $1500 or above for a Broadway Lightning Trap model sits forever.
     
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