Does a 10 gauge L.C. Smith have more value than a 12 gauge
Posted by LCSCA on August 7, 2012, 4:49 pm
The Blue Book of Gun Values says that a 20 gauge L.C. Smith is valued at 150% of a 12 gauge, everything else being equal. Likewise, a 16 gauge is valued at 140% of a 12 gauge. Comparatively, fewer 10 gauge than 20 or 16 gauge L.C. Smiths were built. Do you think that 10 gauge L.C. Smiths have a higher value than equivalent 12 gauge shotguns? Note: This is asking the VALUE and not what you would pay for them because you may or may not like 10 gauge shotguns.