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There are at least three good reasons for buying a used shotgun. The obvious one, of course, is to get a nice shotgun without having to pay the price of a new one.
The second reason for buying a used shotgun is to acquire favorite makes and models that are no longer in production. The ubiquitous five-shot “squareback” Browning autoloader and Winchester’s Model 12 pump gun come immediately to mind. But don’t expect great bargains when looking for these classics. So whatever you pay, consider it an investment.
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