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I have been given a Remington Md. 10 -- 12ga. The barrel is 30" and full choke. It is in good condition. The blue does show wear, but the gun is a 1920's gun. The stock has a crack at the pistol grip. I have no desire to keep the gun. Does anybody have any idea how much this gun should sell for?

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Bill
 

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Bill,
The Remington 10A Standard Grade Slide-Action Pump Gun:
Made between 1907-29. It was hammerless, takedown 6-shot, 12 gauge only. 5-shell tubular magazine. Barrels in plain, 26 to 32 inch choked full, modified or cylinder. Weight about 7.5 lbs. with plain pistol grip stock, grooved slide handle. $275 in excellent condition.

My advice however, is to "test the waters" by checking with Auction Arms.com, GunBroker. com or GunsAmerica to see what this model is bringing on current market. A shotgun this old, if in good condition could bring considerably more. Good Luck.

http://www.auctionarms.com/search/displayitem.cfm?ItemNum=3981099

Jim
 
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