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Kirk Potter 08-28-2018 12:26 PM

GunBroker SCC
 
This SCC has been on GunBroker for quite a while now, with a opening bid of $4,499 for over a month now.. If anyone was looking for one, this seems like an ok deal to me, or am I missing something?

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/775506320

Bill Davis 08-28-2018 02:05 PM

A nice gun, but the price is about full retail. They made fewer 12 bore repros then 20’s and 28’s but, unless they have a rare configuration, they seem to be more difficult to sell.

Bob Jurewicz 08-28-2018 04:25 PM

If it were a double trigger gun it would have been long gone!
Bob Jurewicz

Mills Morrison 08-28-2018 04:33 PM

What does SCC stand for? It is not a steel shot special is it?

Kirk Potter 08-28-2018 04:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mills Morrison (Post 251891)
What does SCC stand for? It is not a steel shot special is it?

Sporting Clays Classic, factory screw in chokes.

Bill Murphy 08-28-2018 05:24 PM

Bob is right. The single trigger kills this gun, as does the scary "Buy it Now" price. The bulbous muzzles of some if not all SCC Repros is a no sale for me.

Kirk Potter 08-28-2018 06:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bill Murphy (Post 251896)
Bob is right. The single trigger kills this gun, as does the scary "Buy it Now" price. The bulbous muzzles of some if not all SCC Repros is a no sale for me.

I agree "Buy it Now" is high, but opening bid is almost $2,000 less with no reserve.

Bill Murphy 08-28-2018 09:37 PM

I didn't notice the "No Reserve".

Scot Cardillo 08-29-2018 09:35 AM

Bill, with respect to the opening bid; do you consider that a reasonable price? I do and frankly, I'm surprised it hasn't sold.

Bill Davis 08-29-2018 09:46 AM

Well--in all honesty---I glanced too quickly at the original posting and did not realize it was a factory choke tube gun. Yes--at the opening price--I would consider the gun a good buy. There are some nicks in the wood, but overall the gun is nice. They used Win-chokes and back in this era, all barrels with choke tubes had to be enlarged/expanded at the muzzle to use them. Since there is NO reserve--pop a bid on and you may get lucky. I expect there will be lurkers who show up in the last hour of the auction. Good luck. BD


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