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I have a Model 12, 16 gauge from 1933 made of nickle steel. It has a modified choke, the blue is worn near the action and has some mild wear from being used in the field. But it has a very smooth action and is a great shooting gun. I absolutely love it and often shoot it over my 25 year old BPS. Any thoughts on value ranges? Any thoughts on how to sell it?

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It's all about what the condition of the gun is. If you have one that's all original finish with signs of wear, but otherwise in good condition, its probably worth more to a collector than one that's been refinished/reblued but nicer in appearance. There's a couple on gunbroker, one is from 1931' with a buy now price of $650. The other has a buy now price of $725. I would try putting it up on GB, in the end its worth whatever somebody's willing to pay. By the way nice gun, I would love to pick up another model 12 12 gauge someday, it was one of my favorite shotguns I ever owned!
 
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