New England Firearms Co.
Pardner Pump Shotgun
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New England Firearms Company's Pardner pump-action shotgun in 12 gauge offers an amazing amount of gun for an unbeatable price. It has a 28" vent rib barrel with a Modified screw-in choke, 3" chamber and American Black Walnut stock. This particular gun is in the original box and has never been fired. There are a couple of scratches on the stock and a few scuffs to the bluing, but the gun is in otherwise excellent condition. See pictures.
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A word about
CONDITION: Candidly, I don’t much like the NRA
Condition Standards. Perhaps I just don’t understand them properly (Is a gun
with 20% of the bluing gone what you’d normally called “Excellent”?
What condition do you label a gun that has cracked and warped wood but 100%
metal? If I list an otherwise "Factory New" firearm that is missing the
original magazine and I replace it with an aftermarket magazine, does this
really justify dropping the gun five full grades from "Factory New"
I understand that this is the rating system used by Auction Arms, but I
generally try to avoid it altogether. I consequently urge you to please judge
each of my
listed firearms, not by the NRA condition standard, but by the pictures
and the accompanying text description. If you’d like more pictures or have
more detailed questions about the condition, please don’t hesitate to email
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