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Old 12-24-2007, 08:59 PM   #1
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Model B single trigger (gold), single ejector, engraved receiver. Ballpark value?

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Old 08-07-2015, 11:50 PM   #2
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350' ish..............
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These are not Fox guns, they are Savage guns. Good reliable guns but not in the Fox class. 350 for a common 12ga would be top dollar IMO.
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Highly condition dependent. All the Savage Stevens guns -311, B, B-ST - started with the same action and they added features. Some of the pre-impressed checkering models looked fairly decent too. They were never Purdeys, or lightweights, but they weren't bad duck gun in 12 gauge back in '61.
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that gun filled a very important nitch in gun sales in usa. it appealed to sbs admirers, yet was affordable to those that couldnt afford real sbs's like 21's, etc... many a farmer owned one and im sure they filled many a gut after a hunt, in its day. built like tanks, felt like 2x4's in your hands, and the forearm would occasionally come off when you fired heavy loads.
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