Download 2009 Standard Catalog Of Firearms: The Collector's Price and by Dan Shideler PDF

Download 2009 Standard Catalog Of Firearms: The Collector's Price and by Dan Shideler PDF

By Dan Shideler

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This model is available in 12 gauge only and features three locking lugs, side clips, special wide action body, and raised matted rib. Select walnut, straight-grip stock. 1 Deluxe NIB 11500 Exc. G. 4750 Good 1900 Fair 800 Poor 400 Model XXV—Sidelock Offered in 12 gauge and 20 gauge only this model is fitted with a Churchill-type rib. Automatic ejectors and select straight grip walnut stock are standard. This symbol denotes “Sleepers” with rapidly-rising values and/or significant collector potential.

G. 175 Good 145 Fair 110 Poor 75 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUNS Phantom Field Excelsior Similar to the Royal with extensive deep relief engraving and gold inlays. This model was imported in 1986 and 1987. No longer imported. Exc. 5" Magnum. It has a 32" full choke barrel and a recoil pad. This model was introduced in 1988. No longer imported. G. 1500 Good 1200 Fair 875 Poor 450 Chambered for 12 gauge and fitted with choice of 24", 26", or 28" barrels. Fitted with 3" chamber. Gas operated action. Choke tubes standard.

There were three variations with a total of approximately 1,000 manufactured between 1859 and 1862. First Model Rounded top strap. Exc. G. — Good 1000 Fair 450 Poor 150 Fair 450 Poor 150 Fair 400 Poor 125 Second Model July 3, 1860 marked on frame. Courtesy Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Exc. G. 5", full-octagon barrel. Examples have been noted with 5", 6", or 8" barrels. Otherwise, it was similar to the Army model. Exc. G. — Good 3500 Fair 1450 Poor 500 Exc. G. — Good 1000 Third Model 1858 and 1861 patent dates.

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