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Breda 20g Semi Value

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My Brother In-Law died last week and I am trying to help my Sister In-Law put some prices on his guns. Most I can find some references online to give her and idea but one has me stumped. Breda Brescia semi automatic 20g made in Italy sl 571242. I would put it in the roughly 80% or better condition. Breda seem to be well thought of semi shotgun on some of the forms but can't find many changing hands to get an idea on price. Any ideas.

Sorry I don't have more pictures for some reason the other side didn't transfer to my computer.

I'm not offering them for sale here (at least not right now) because they are in Ohio.

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The 2012 issue of Std Cat of Firearms put the 12g standard auto at $275 in V.G. condition. Looks like a sling swivel stud hole in the forend. That hurts it a tad. IMO, a good shooting 20g auto is a value of $3-350 but if want to move it, the 275 should find you a buyer. Get into the 3's and you will have to wait a while to find that person. Biggest hit is Breda is not a known gun for the most part. New ones run 700 - 1100 but you have to have a thing for Italy made shot guns to skip over all the "known" shotguns in that price range.

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Thanks, my Sister In-Law isn't looking to make top money she just doesn't want to be taken with a real low offer.

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