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#621473 11/02/22 01:42 PM
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In today's market what would a four digit, double trigger, extractor 21 bring?Any help appreciated. [Linked Image from i.postimg.cc] [Linked Image from i.postimg.cc] [Linked Image from i.postimg.cc]

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There are no six digit Model 21s and we need a serial number, gauge, barrel length, choke, bore dimensions, and more pictures. OK, so it's a 12 gauge.

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My mistake Bill. Serial is 16xx, 12Ga.,30in bbl,Mod & Full.Don't have it in my hand's yet.Don't know what to offer.

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Splinter forend, they're kinda scarce.

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Several things to be considered... has it had the stock cut and/or recoil pad added? Any cracks in the wood? Has the wood or metal been refinished? Have the chokes been opened? Any can hurt value. If everything is factory, and you like double triggers, I'd say ballpark close to $5K. If all-above have been modified, then down to ~$2K.

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Appear's that it's not cut. [Linked Image from i.postimg.cc]

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If it was a 20 bore, it would be worth a lot more. $4-5k on a very good day, IMHO. But, whatever someone is willing to pay. Your gun looks good. The metal does not appear to be refinished.


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Double trigger, extractor 21’s in 12 gauge are not easy sells! Especially with the early style stock. This gun looks very clean and original so that helps. I’d say $3000 would be fair to buyer and seller.


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Interesting to compare this with what a plain but sound BSA BLNE (also with dovetailed chopper lump barrels) of identical specifications would sell for on this side of the pond.

At present one would struggle, even in all original condition, to realise £100.

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Originally Posted by Bill Davis
Double trigger, extractor 21’s in 12 gauge are not easy sells! Especially with the early style stock. This gun looks very clean and original so that helps. I’d say $3000 would be fair to buyer and seller.
I agree with Bill after becoming aware I overlooked the non-ejector part. Nice old gun though.


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