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What is it worth?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by peddler, Feb 11, 2008.

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  1. peddler

    peddler Member

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    Can you tell me what it might be worth

    Serial# 1911432( 1963-64 )
    Milled rib
    B Carved wood
    Pigeon grade
    # 5 pattern Winchester


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    How do you copy more than one picture into a Image URL

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    Peddler, determining if your gun is factory engraved will greatly affect the price. I am looking at Nick Kusmits leger copies and there is a blank 12-5 engraved on 7/28/61 that could be your gun.He engraved a 12-5 on 8/7/61 that was serial number 1,911,470. There were other engravers at the time also. If your gun is factory, My guess is in the 6 to 7 thousand dollar range. A nice two pin trap gun ,$1500 then add Engraving from P. Murrell about $1750 then B carved wood ,1500. Add them up and that is about what it would cost to duplicate your gun IMHO. Jeff
     
  5. Hitapair

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    i,9xx,xxx would be a 3 pin, not a 2 pin.
     
  6. bigbore613

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    A picture of the rib above the takedown pin will show the variation . The 2 pin was available until 1960. It is not a stretch that it could be a 2 pin since the gun is 1961. Jeff
     
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