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Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by Joe Da Boss, Jan 12, 2013.

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  1. Joe Da Boss

    Joe Da Boss Member

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    I have just acquired a Sears and Roebuck model 101.7 .410 double
    in really good condition, could use a new blue job but not sure it is worth it.
    I am looking for a manual I have found that it is from 1946 no serial number
    does anyone have an idea where to get one?
    Any help will be greatly appreciated.
     
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  3. 303tom

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    Is it worth it ? YES, it`s worth it, in excellent condition I have seen em go for as much as 600 bucks, hell I even seen a Fox Model one time go for over a $1000.00, where to find a manual I have no idea, good luck...........Lets see some picture`s.
     
  4. Jim K

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    Anyone owning a Model 311 and offered $1000 or even $600 for it should take the money and run.

    Jim
     
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    Really good condition and could use a new blue job are two very diffrent statements. What do you need a manual for? It's a sxs not much read up on as far as directions go. Is reblueing worth it in short no. The lack of a serial number means it's pre 1968 and other than that it is very hard to date.
     
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