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Old 07-19-2013, 03:57 AM   #1
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I'm looking to get a shotgun for a 100 dollars or less what is the cheapest I can get one online

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Old 07-19-2013, 04:04 AM   #2
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I'm looking to get a shotgun for a 100 dollars or less what is the cheapest I can get one online
unless it's used, probably not going to happen. even the least inexpensive single shot H & R is well over $100.

http://www.galleryofguns.com/genie/Default.aspx?item=SB1-010&mfg=Harrington+%26+Richardson&mdlno=Pardner

for $100 or less, you might need to set your sights a little lower and start looking at used.
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Better off going to gun shops or pawn shops and looking at used single shots. H&R, NEF, Rossi, etc.

You could check gunbroker but by the time you get shipping and transfer fees figured at your dealer, you're going to be over $100 most likely.

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I have seen several used single shots lately for $90-$100. One was at a pawn shop. The other was at Cabelas. They were both 20 gauge.

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my two least expensive shotguns bought used were my Maverick 88 that i paid about $125 for and my Mossberg 385T that i paid $110 for. both were in very good condition.

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If you are willing to go used there are some decent single shots and old bolt actions on armslist. 2 years ago, I ran across a Mossberg 185-ka for $75 dollars. Didn't buy it, but i had a friend who was looking for one, so I sent an e-mail to him and he picked it up. Under $100, look into some of the old stevens singles, Mossberg and J.C. Higgins bolt guns. Check out your LGS and pawn shops. At your LGS, ask if they take trade-ins. If they do, you may be able to find something both funtional and cheap that is a little on the ugly side. Even if it ain't pretty, pick it up if it is functionally sound. You can always refinish it later if the urge strikes.

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my two least expensive shotguns bought used were my Maverick 88 that i paid about $125 for and my Mossberg 385T that i paid $110 for. both were in very good condition.
385T. Is that the one with the fixed choke? If so, the first 20 gauge I ever shot was the same make and model. I remember it was a 385, just can't remember the letter.
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If you are willing to go used there are some decent single shots and old bolt actions on armslist. 2 years ago, I ran across a Mossberg 185-ka for $75 dollars. Didn't buy it, but i had a friend who was looking for one, so I sent an e-mail to him and he picked it up. Under $100, look into some of the old stevens singles, Mossberg and J.C. Higgins bolt guns. Check out your LGS and pawn shops. At your LGS, ask if they take trade-ins. If they do, you may be able to find something both funtional and cheap that is a little on the ugly side. Even if it ain't pretty, pick it up if it is functionally sound. You can always refinish it later if the urge strikes.
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How about this question: What is the difference between the shotgun forum and the rifle forum?
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How about this question: What is the difference between the shotgun forum and the rifle forum?
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The diffrence is that they are both guns
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