E.R. Amantino Uplander SXS 20ga

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  1. Chester32141

    Chester32141 Member

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    Looking to make an offer on this Shotgun ... what would y'all say it's worth ?

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    Thanks for any and all input ... :)
     
  2. oletymer

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    Maybe $250, E. Amantino is another name for Boito. They are considered cheap entry level guns at best.
     
  3. Robert

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    True, but they work.
     
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    Any more input ?
     
  5. JohnBT

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    I didn't know they made the Stoeger Uplander Special. $300 isn't a bad price if you really need a gun with MOD & FULL chokes. I don't have time to search on Stoeger prices to compare. John

    Stoeger uplander special
    Article Abstract:

    Stoeger is one of America's oldest names in high-value firearms. The Uplander Special, part of the Stoeger Uplander line of side-by-side shotguns made by E.R. Amantino of Brazil, combines rugged, no-frills features, including double triggers and non-selective extractors.

    Publisher: National Rifle Association of America
    Publication Name: American Rifleman
    Subject: Travel, recreation and leisure
    ISSN: 0003-083X
    Year: 2003


    http://www.faqs.org/abstracts/Travel-recreation-and-leisure/Stoeger-uplander-special-American-legends.html#ixzz0l4p1OU3E
     
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    I recently purchased a new Stoeger 12ga coach gun which is basically the same gun ...did a couple of simple straight forward mods to it that I learned about here and on some CASS sites...So far I have about 500 to 600 hic-cup free rounds thru it and I really like it a lot...I know some guys hate em' and some guys love em'...I think for the money and a little time put into them they're a pretty decent double...I have the dual triggers...I have heard the single trigger might give you some problems...
     
  7. Chester32141

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    Thanks y'all ... he was asking $300 for it and from the photos the blue looked a little thin in a couple places so I asked him if he could take a little less and he said 'NO' so I passed ... if the barrels had been shorter I would have probably paid him the three bills but I really don't need another 20 gauge for the field ... thanks again for the advice and input ... :)
     
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