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Old 03-18-2011, 01:17 AM   #1
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looking at a winchester mod 37 16 gauge its not an a mod A or a red letter wondering about your opinons on value blue about 70% stock looks to have a good (oil rub) refinish job seen any around you for sale?

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Old 03-18-2011, 02:30 AM   #2
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I've seen a couple at a recent gun show that were the better grades. I have a plain jane 37 in 12 gauge that is pretty beat up. Both of them were in the $150-$200 range if memory serves right.

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thanks for the input there asking 195 for this one and i would call it fare to good just unsure on the redone stock affecting value i need it like more roids but i dont have a 16

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I don't think the lower end model is going to be collectable either way. Could buy it and strip it down. Refinish it to your liking. Thats what I'll probably end up doing with mine if I ever get the time and energy.

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not a collector per sae just dont have a 16 3 12s 2 20s 1 28 and a 410 damn if i buy this i may start looking for a 32

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