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Need value of a 20-gauge Citori

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Porcupine, May 25, 2009.

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  1. Porcupine

    Porcupine Active Member

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    A friend is selling a 20-gauge Browning Citori, Grade 1, made in 1975, about NRA 98%, choked skeet/skeet, with 26" barrels. Can anybody with a Blue Book look it up and let me know what the approximate value is. Many thanks.

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    LA, I have the 27th edition blue book. In it it has your grade l at $l,095 at 98 percent, but you subtract 30 percent for fixed chokes, and another 10 percent if without Invector Plus chokes. (My View) I will also tell you that the 26 inch barrels are harder to sell and may bring down the price again. My Book is now 2 years old as well. So that may bring up prices or not!!! Hope this helps you out. Good Luck and Break-em all. Jeff
     
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    I'd say 6-700 for 26". I just bought a 28" 28 gauge sk/sk for 500 that needed reblueing.
     
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    $600-700 sounds about right for a 26" fixed Skeet & Skeet. 1975 makes it a pre-type I and parts are rare if you ever need any.
     
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    Is it for sale and what is the price? I may be interested in the $600 range. 26 inch and fixed skeet barrels arent real desirable but I need one.
    Chris Teeters email me teet@eze-eye.com
     
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