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A gun is only worth what someone will pay for it. That said, remember, those who collect and cherish certain guns are an ever-shrinking pool of potential customers (they are getting older and/or don't care or they are dead). My book shows this gun at (24th ed.-4 years old) 2100.00 - 100%, 1800.00 - 98%, 1600.00 - 95%, 1500.00 - 90%. The question becomes, how bad do you desire it and are you looking for resale in the future???? How much will it bring on the yard sale the kids have after you "croak"? My 2cts....merlyn...
 

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This from the latest issue of the Book.
MODEL 31F PREMIER
- features scroll engraving and game scenes on both sides of receiver. Introduced 1942.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$2,950 $2,550 $2,200 $1,875 $1,600 $1,500 $1,300
Add 20% for 20 ga.
Note: Grades differ in quality, grade of wood, and amount of engraving.
This model was also available with a Cutts compensator 1940-49, or a Poly Choke on special order from 1941-49
 
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