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Old 10-27-2011, 03:25 PM   #1
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My boss is selling a NEF. It is the national wild turkey federation edition and has the stamp on the stock. It is NIB. Any input is appreciated.
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Gander just had the NEF pump guns with synthetic furniture on sale for $199. Nicer wood and it all depends on the Wild Turkey Federation would mean anything to you.

I might consider it at no more than $250.
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My boss is selling a NEF. It is the national wild turkey federation edition and has the stamp on the stock. It is NIB. Any input is appreciated.
cobra, try taking it to a good gun shop or gunsmith and have him check it out in the gun blue book. as there is info in there about different models and grades. a limited edition would IMO be worth more than a plain jane version of the same gun.
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