1894 CEO value

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johnnymiz
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1894 CEO value

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i have a c grade 1894 with steel barrels and ejectors. it is in very nice condition and works perfectly. i used it for trap for a few seasons and it ran flawlessly.
so, i am just wondering what it would be worth at this time. going on gun broker shows no guns of this grade that actually trade, so that doesn't help at all.
i does have a non-original butt pad on it
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Re: 1894 CEO value

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Gauge? Barrel Length? Chokes? Bore condition?

johnnymiz
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Re: 1894 CEO value

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oops ...i am a dummy.
12ga
30 inch barrels
nice and shiny
mod/full

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Re: 1894 CEO value

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https://www.gunsinternational.com/guns- ... =101380778

A considerably higher condition CEO-Grade 12-gauge for $4500 that just sold at the December 2019 RIA auction. I don't have an account with them so can't get to past auctions to see what it sold for, but I doubt over three grand, which would put your gun in the $2000 - $2500 range. I personally think a CEO-Grade Remington Hammerless Double should be more, but the market doesn't seem to think so.

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