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thomas j long
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Posted - 12/04/2010 :  11:57:46 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Can anyone tell me the value of a champion model 36 serial #10514

b.goforth
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Posted - 12/05/2010 :  1:05:38 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
CHAMPION MODEL 36------------------------------------1909-1922
Single barrel; rebounding center mounted hammer; top lever operated break open design; gauges: 12, 16, and 20; barrel length: 28, 30, and 32 inches (features barrel and lug forged in one piece) bored full chock only; American black Walnut butt stock and fore-end; automatic extractors; weight 6ĺ pounds; overall length with 30 inch barrel 45 inches; case hardened receiver (nickel available as option), browned barrel; automatic ejectors extra cost option; .410 bore, 24 and 28 gauges offered in 1913; 24 gauge dropped 1928; all gauges except 12 dropped after 1941; name changed to Champion single Barrel in 1917.
CHAMPION SINGLE BARREL--------------------------------------1923-1978
This is the same gun as the earlier Model 36 champion except that the smaller gauges are now built on the same frame as the large gagues. See above picture for specifications. The exact year production stopped has not yet been determined. Some of these single barrel shotguns have been seen with Canadian marking, these were most likely shipped to Canada and then marked as there is no evidence that Iver Johnsonís Arms & Cycle Works ever had a manufacturing factory in Canada
VALUE: 100%=$250 60%=$95
Add 15% for 24, 28 gauges

iver johnson's arms & cycle works champion single barrel shotguns with out any letters in the serial number were manufactured between 1909 and 1919. if it is marked model 36 it would be a early model and worth maybe 10% more
bill

Edited by - b.goforth on 12/05/2010 1:06:35 PM
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