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I have a 1955 Stoeger Zephyr 4e in 16 gauge manufactured by Victor Sarasqueta. It has a single non-selective trigger. It has 28 inch barrels and is choked the equivalent of full/full.

The gun is very tight and I don't believe it's been shot much. The only problem is recoil pad rubber which is hard and has an indent across the center from years of sitting in someone's gun rack.

Any idea what I could reasonably get for the gun?
 

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Thanks...That was the asking range I was thinking about. I figured the single trigger would reduce the market of buyers since many prefer the more traditional double triggers. I found a blue-book value of a very similar model from the same time period and the single trigger added 66% to the value. Since both barrels are choked the same, there is no value in double triggers or a selector.
 

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Patriot usa said:
If you are going to sell it, take it somewhere and test fire it a few times to make sure it switches reliably after the first shot; and that it does not 'double'; second barrel going off a nano second after the first. That smarts.
I shot a round of skeet with it an it performed flawlessly. Only disappointment was that I couldn't shoot a straight with full choke. However, the one's I hit were crowd pleasers.
 
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