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I recently inherited a Springfield/Stevens 20ga SXS model 5000 in what I consider good condition. I know it was made in the 192

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  • I recently inherited a Springfield/Stevens 20ga SXS model 5000 in what I consider good condition. I know it was made in the 192

    I recently inherited a Springfield/Stevens 20ga SXS model 5000 in what I consider good condition. I know it was made in the 1920 to 1930 era but not much more. Is this considered a "collectable" or just an old gun? Any further info will be greatly appreciated.

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    i own the 16ga sxs model 5100 and wouldnt part with it for any price, had it for years and it is tough as nails.

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