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Old 05-23-2012, 09:01 AM
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I am thinking of selling my Springfield bolt action 410 shotgun but not sure the value.

Springfield model 18 F series
Magazine holds 5 rounds
No rust, very few marks on the stock and blueing still looks good.
Action is very smooth

I did find one on gun broker for $175 and that price feels a bit high I was thinking $150. I'm wanting to pick up a ruger 10/22 so this would get me almost all the way there

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=287822091
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I would take the time and re finish the stock before you sell it, unless the marks are completely unnoticeable. It adds a little value and it would be more appealing to a buyer. If you did that I would say anywhere from $150-$175.
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