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    I still haven't yet determined what model it is but it is sweet and it came with a hard case. Double trigger 12ga with a full & modified barrel, excellent shape. The price? It's a once in a lifetime deal.... I got it in trade for my services. I'm not looking at getting rid of it anytime soon.















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    Are you looking to trade for it, or did you make a trade and got that? If you got that in a trade, what did you have to trade, your soul?

    It is very nice.

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    I'm still trying to determine if it has been shot, its that clean.

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    Good luck finding information on shotguns made in spain... Hard to do.

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    Nice looking shotgun!

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    Nice trade. Who's the maker?

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    Palouse wrote:
    Nice trade. Who's the maker?
    Verona

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    It looks kind of like a Verona LX501. Those are valued at $495-650 depending on condition for the 12 and 20 ga. Does it list a model number? If it's a combo it's worth more.

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    sirpuma wrote:
    It looks kind of like a Verona LX501. Those are valued at $495-650 depending on condition for the 12 and 20 ga. Does it list a model number? If it's a combo it's worth more.
    The thing that throws me is mine has double triggers. All the models I have found with pics have a single trigger.

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