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Win 37 and Stevens Crackshot

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by dickttx, Jun 10, 2011.

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  1. dickttx

    dickttx Member

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    I was at an estate sale this afternoon and passed on a deal for a Winchester Model 37, 410 bore and a Stevens Crackshot 22LR for $250. Interesting looking guns, but I don't really have a place to keep long guns right now and I am not familiar with prices for those.
    There were also several Ted Williams shotguns and 22 rifles.
     
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    Two guns for $250, man I'd have probably jumped on it no matter what they were, so long as they functioned.

    I'll try to dig some info up for ya
     
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    The Winchester Model 37, in very good condition, should bring at least $300.00-probably more. The Stevens "Crackshot", in very good condition, should also fetch $300.00 and up. If it's not too late, I know what I would do-and hope that there's no traffic cop hiding behind a billboard. :uhoh:
     
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    "this afternoon" was two days ago.
     
  5. T. Bear

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    I grew up on a farm with a Stevens Crackshot, infact, I have one hanging above my
    fireplace. I placed more meat on the dinner table with that .22. I would not take a
    million dollars for this rifle.
     
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