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Unread 08-28-2018, 12:26 PM   #1
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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
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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.
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If it were a double trigger gun it would have been long gone!
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What does SCC stand for? It is not a steel shot special is it?
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What does SCC stand for? It is not a steel shot special is it?
Sporting Clays Classic, factory screw in chokes.
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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.
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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.
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I didn't notice the "No Reserve".
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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.
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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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