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Unread 01-21-2018, 12:29 PM   #1
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What would be the latest value estimate on a .410/28 set, SST, English stock, average Reproduction wood. Thanks, Bill
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Forgot, supposedly unfired set. Thanks, Bill
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How many triggers does it have? Splinter or BT? SXS Ohio
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Single trigger, splinter fore end
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Any gun sale can be effected by many things....I know 410/28 set would do 10K if its correct and 99% condition and on a good day 12500.00 Anything over that would be a gift I would think...(-: Double trigger sets have been sold at 14500.00 not long ago and I remember one 3 barrel set with asking prices over 18K! final sale $ unknown. The fact is they only made a small run of 410 barrel sets so they a rare! and the price is volatile. All the hard to find scarce Parker reproductions will continue to increase in value...they ain't making anymore of them! They are nice well made modern guns and I am happy to own the ones I have. thanks all, SXS Ohio
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Kenny, thanks for the information.
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In the mid 1990's when I was interviewing Jack Skeuse regarding PR for
The Parker Story he indicated that when they lost their manufacturing facilities in Japan they looked throughout Europe for another manufacturer to make the PR
but only found one that would or could build the gun to the same quality
standards as in Japan. ( As I recall it was in Italy ) But Reagent would have to charge approximately $10,000 for the standard DHE PR that they had been selling for in the mid three-thousand range. Obviously they knew that would not be possible.
This just indicates the quality in the PR! Today's values are commensurate with
demand, grade, gauge, and rarity factor. As Will Rogers once said about land--
" They are not making anymore"!
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To extend the sentiment "they're not making any more" there is yet another element to the PR that I've not read anywhere, which is beyond me.

Parker & Winchester

And, they're truly well built guns to boot..is it just me?
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Hi Guys, I saw William mention a 410-28 set Is one for sale? thanks Richard
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Richard, I'm not sure if William has one for sale, but here's a 28/28/.410 3-bbl. set that's currently listed on GI:
http://www.gunsinternational.com/gun...n_id=100953763
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