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Worth of 1960 26" Superposed Skeet

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by g7777777, Jun 12, 2009.

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  1. g7777777

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    Worth of 1960 26

    You asked

    600-700

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  2. KEYBEAR

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    I would ask the Owner how many you get for that price . Should be two or three . The 26 inch barrel is down in value and it,s an old gun and just a shooter .
     
  3. Gregg535

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    With the action a little loose and the thunb lever left of center and the recoil pad shot --- then for once I think that I will not disagree much with Gene7777777 and say $700 to $800.

    Even at retail stores like Jaqua's, in the past few years, I have seen 12 gauge 26 inch skeet Supers in the $1095 or $1195 range for guns that are in great shape that have been fired very little and have good tight actions.
     
  4. skeet_man

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    Agree w/ above. I think even a mint specimen would have trouble bring $1800 now a-days, unless it had box, tags, ect. Gun is definitely only a shooter at this point, and would only be acceptable by a recreational shooter any more (any serious competitor currently is shooting at least 28" barrels, and even they are a dying breed, w/ 30" being overwhelmingly popular, and 32" being more popular than 26").

    Another thing to keep in mind. The MUCH more popular Lightning and Broadway Superposed Trap guns are only bringing $700/$800 in the condition you describe....
     
  5. copper

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    bought a 20 ga citori like that skeet and skeet for my son to hunt with and payed $450.00 about two years ago
     
  6. DoubleAuto

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    And there seem to be a bunch of 12 gauge Superposed Skeet guns out there for sale that don't seem to sell very quickly. The gun you describe would probably have to be sent to Art's Gun Shop or Midwest Gun Works to get it in good working order. As others have said, worth $600-$700 dollars.
     
  7. gun fitter

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    $1000 tops unless it is 99%+ with box and warranty card then 1200 to $1700

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  8. JACK

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    SEe... I'da walked too on this gun. POJ.

    Never buy a superposed that is worn. Never. good ones, OK... period.
     
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