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i have recently acquired a 16 gauge shotgun from my father and would like any info anyone can give me.

the only markings i have found are as follows

on the barrel it says proof tested-16 gauge,
on the bottom just forward of trigger in front of where you load
it is stamped with a circle with a B stamped in the center.
on the left side of gun it is stamped Ranger with a man riding a horse. behind the trigger in between the 2 rivets it is stamped
u 36445.and on the but of the gun it reads
WHITE LINE
Pachmaur gun works u.s. patent D 191,443
 

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Hopefully the price they showed in the gunbroker auction wasn't a shill or sheild, here's the Bluebook values for comparison..

MODEL 520 SLIDE ACTION
- this model was designed by John M. Browning, slight humpback in receiver.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$190 $180 $150 $125 $95 $85 $75

assuming the gun did actually sell you'd be safe adding $50 to each of these values
 
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