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    T/C New Englander 12 ga.

    I have a new in the box T/C New Englander 12 ga. shotgun with a fixed choke I received when my grandfather passed away.
    The breach is removed from the barrel, other than that its brand new.

    Does anyone know the value of this BP shotgun?

    I was hoping to trade for an upland bird gun in 28ga., or at least a start of a trade.

    I also have a couple of custom shop Hawken 50cal barrels with the tang. All polished up pretty.

    Thanks
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    If it was me I would keep it and take it for a walk in the woods once or twice a year and think of your Gram pa I did see one a few years ago going for $450 at a LGS
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    Depending upon price I might be interested in one of the .50 Hawken barrels to go with my .54. Do you have any idea what the rate of twist is for the barrels? GF

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    Quote Originally Posted by LUCKYDAWG13 View Post
    If it was me I would keep it and take it for a walk in the woods once or twice a year and think of your Gram pa I did see one a few years ago going for $450 at a LGS
    I agree they typically bring a premium, especially when new / like new.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gray Fox
    Depending upon price I might be interested in one of the .50 Hawken barrels to go with my .54. Do you have any idea what the rate of twist is for the barrels? GF
    I'm sure you already know and I feel a little silly bringing it up, but just in case....You may want to double check your barrel size. The T/C .54 Hawken uses a 1" across the flats barrel while the T/C .45 & .50 use 15/16".
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    About $450 to 550. No idea why the breech plug is out but that to me would lower the price by $100-200 bucks.

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