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L.C. Smith 20ga. Info....

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by pitbull8151, Nov 28, 2012.

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  1. pitbull8151

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    Does anyone have any info or value on a 20ga double barrel that is nickel plated?
     
  2. hoghunting

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    We need more information: serial number, hammer or hammerless model, condition, markings on the frame and barrels, and preferably pictures.
     
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    PICS would help - your question and lack of info is way too vague
     
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    sweet elsie

    I have a number of L.C. Smith's including a 16 gauge and 410. I suspect your 20 gauge has double triggers and extractors. If yours has the Hunter One trigger and ejectors you have something very special. It could be a field gauge, ideal guage, speciality guage or higher. To get more information contact the L.C. Smith Collectors Society or the Cody Museum firearms record department. The latter has most of the original records on L.C. Smith and Winchester Model 21 shotguns. They might have the original order records or even the shipping papers indicating who bought it and where it was shipped.
     
  6. pitbull8151

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    I am posting for a buddy. It doesn't have hammers. He will be sending me pics.
     
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