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Brittany Man, DAM16SXS, eightbore, graybeardtmm3, John Roberts, mc, RARiddell, Run With The Fox, Stanton Hillis
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#623274 12/08/2022 9:34 PM
by JAB_dup1
JAB_dup1
Many years ago I acquired a Parker Reproduction 20 ga two barrel set. 28” M/F 26” M/IC. Pistol grip, BTFE, SST. Unfired. Cased and rotective sleeve. Most beautiful wood. I’ve been out the loop for a long time and have gotten old. Thought I could depend upon you to give me an approximate value. Thank you in advance.
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#623469 Dec 13th a 12:49 AM
by Stanton Hillis
Stanton Hillis
Originally Posted by John Roberts
Originally Posted by ed good
jr...your local flea market is not a fair comparison...

lets do a survey...
Better yet to vote you off site.
JR

Oh, were it that easy.
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#623349 Dec 10th a 03:48 PM
by eightbore
eightbore
Apples and oranges. All of the comparisons offered are high grade guns. The original poster is selling a DHE, not a BHE or A-1 Special.
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#623468 Dec 13th a 12:46 AM
by John Roberts
John Roberts
Originally Posted by ed good
jr...your local flea market is not a fair comparison...

lets do a survey...
Better yet to vote you off site.
JR
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#623401 Dec 11th a 08:29 PM
by keith
keith
Originally Posted by eightbore
Apples and oranges. All of the comparisons offered are high grade guns. The original poster is selling a DHE, not a BHE or A-1 Special.

Thank you eightbore, for noting that the principle of "comparable values" applies to shotguns, just as it does to houses, cars, etc. Not everyone understands that simple concept when it come to determining the approximate value of a gun.
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#623275 Dec 8th a 10:02 PM
by Wild Skies
Wild Skies
$20,000 is probably what you'd like to hear, but in reality it's likely value in unfired condition is about $6 -7K to the folks looking for one in that configuration.
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#623352 Dec 10th a 07:19 PM
by tut
tut
IMO the Single Trigger hurts it and the beavertail in a 20 gauge hurts it. A good bit depends on how good the wood is. Also IMO the 20 gauges are way too heavy for Gauge. The 12 and 28 gauges just feel better. I'd guess 6K on the high end.
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#623457 Dec 12th a 10:44 PM
by John Roberts
John Roberts
Originally Posted by tut
IMO the Single Trigger hurts it and the beavertail in a 20 gauge hurts it. A good bit depends on how good the wood is. Also IMO the 20 gauges are way too heavy for Gauge. The 12 and 28 gauges just feel better. I'd guess 6K on the high end.
Originally Posted by tut
IMO the Single Trigger hurts it and the beavertail in a 20 gauge hurts it. A good bit depends on how good the wood is. Also IMO the 20 gauges are way too heavy for Gauge. The 12 and 28 gauges just feel better. I'd guess 6K on the high end.
Originally Posted by tut
IMO the Single Trigger hurts it and the beavertail in a 20 gauge hurts it. A good bit depends on how good the wood is. Also IMO the 20 gauges are way too heavy for Gauge. The 12 and 28 gauges just feel better. I'd guess 6K on the high end.
Originally Posted by tut
IMO the Single Trigger hurts it and the beavertail in a 20 gauge hurts it. A good bit depends on how good the wood is. Also IMO the 20 gauges are way too heavy for Gauge. The 12 and 28 gauges just feel better. I'd guess 6K on the high end.
Originally Posted by tut
IMO the Single Trigger hurts it and the beavertail in a 20 gauge hurts it. A good bit depends on how good the wood is. Also IMO the 20 gauges are way too heavy for Gauge. The 12 and 28 gauges just feel better. I'd guess 6K on the high end.

Both the btfe and st are plusses for Parker Reproductions, regardless of gauge or grade, according to the market.
JR
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