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dmoore109
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(10/20/02 9:27:37 pm)
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Just got back from seeing "The Old Man" and he put an old double barrel down beside me and ask me what I thought.
As I said in my first posting I don't know squat about what shotguns are worth, I know how to shoot'em and clean'em
but not a whole lot more than that.
The shotgun is a Winchester model 24 16 ga. hammerless
just chambered for 2 & 3/4 shells. of course double triggers.
ser.# 50XXX. The bluing is about 90%, but the wood is about 75-80%.
Dad told me that the shotgun origionally belonged to my great- grandfather and that my grandfather lost it in a poker game. Dad found out who owned it and the person sold it to him for whatever the hand brought way back when.
I just wanted to see what the shotgun was really worth
and see what you all knew about this type of shotgun.
The more I'm at this forum the more I learn. (kinda like going
back to school.)
Thanks,
Dave Moore

AntiqueDr
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(10/20/02 9:50:56 pm)
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Re: Winchester Model 24
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Unfortunately Model 24's dont get the credit they deserve. They are wonderful shooters, but are pulling somewhere below the $500 mark at sale. Figure yours at $350-$450.


dmoore109
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(10/20/02 9:59:24 pm)
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Thanks for the info Doc.
I look forward to shooting it in the near future
Dad must have liked it too. although I'm sure there is a lot
of sentimental value there also.
 
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