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I have recently come into a LC Smith Crown Grade single barrel trap gun. Trap shooting here in Tulsa is not very popular so I was trying to decide to try and sell this on the east or west coast (find a good deler to take on commision) Any good suggestions?? James
 

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James, That boy needs to be with a mate and this girl needs a mate. She was born in 1929 has a pair of 30's choked full and fuller. At this time she is rather lonely!

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As you can see she is beautiful! Forgot to add she is original! No restoration work on this one. Bill
 

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How can a single barrel trap gun be choked full and fuller???? Post some more pics and what price you would want for the gun.I will be at the Tulsa gun show April 1 and 2..we could trade cash for gun.Looks like a nice gun..
 

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Smsnyder, Were you asking about the single barrel trap or the double in the picture? There are too many variables to give a price. All depends on original,
restored, 90 per cent, 70 per cent ect. That Crown grade in the picture is worth between 8 to 12 grand depending on who's selling and who's buying as it is original non restored 90 per cent plus condition. The other factor is how bad either party needs or wants to sell or buy. Bill
 
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