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Hey guys, I’m new to this website and forum. But I have been looking online recently for a Redletter 37 28ga and I came across this one. It looks alright, I got a few questions on it??? Does the 28ga make it more expensive? I’m trying to get it at a reasonable price… I found it here at a local auction service called RES Auctions. I was able to take a peek at it in person and it looked good, I’m just not sure how much I should bid up to. Any help would be appreciated!
Does the 28ga make it more expensive?
You’ll ALWAYS pay more for any model 28 g. My wild guess would be twice the price of a 12 g. I’d love to have one myself.
Yeah, 28 gauges are cool. I’ve always wanted a vintage single-shot in 28 gauge. A variety of vintage single-shots would have fit the bill, but an early Winchester M37 would be cool.
I like the 37 and would love to have a 28 gauge but I’m afraid I would cry every time I bought ammo for it. I generally buy at least a flat when buying shotgun shells (I have an almost insatiable clay bird habit) and I’m pretty sure a flat of decent 28 gauge shells passed the $200 mark awhile back.
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