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12 gauge shotgun Made in Brazil NO.366748 SINGLE SHOT

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12 gauge shotgun
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To identify it, I need to know if it has any other markings and what they are. You can also attach some photographs using the paper clip icon.

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Left side of barrel reads,12 GA. 2 3/4 Chamber

Right side reads, C.I.F. CORP. MIAMI. FLA

Could those initials be "F.I.E." instead of "C.I.F."?


What is the barrel length?


Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Yes, the initials could be FIE.

The barrel length is 28 1/8 in.

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Also, sliding the trigger gaurd back cracks the barrel.

Never mind - I see the barrel length above.


You have an F.I.E. S.O.B. single-shot shotgun, based on that barrel length. It has a pistol-grip stock. They are chambered in either 12, 20, or .410. It was discontinued in 1984. It is prices as a "shooter" and not as a collectors item.


Retail values:

Excellent: $95-$120
Very Good: $70-$85
Good: $60-$65

I hope this helps.



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