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    Default single shot russian made 12 guage

    Found a single shot 12 gauge in a pawn shop. Made in russia . Anyone have any knowledge of these and their worth?
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    Last edited by finloq; 09-27-2011 at 07:56 PM.
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    Probably IZh-18, also known as IJ-18. Since it says Made in Russia, it was made after 1991. It is supposed to be affordable single shot shotgun. Not very valuable.

    I just checked manufacturer's website, they call it MP-18 these days.







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    Thanks but it is like a stevens or h an r shotgun. Dog leg type, open breech
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    Ij70, that is it. Thanks
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    What would be a new price? Could not find one. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalacop View Post
    What would be a new price? Could not find one. Thanks
    They are not imported right now. I think EAA was the first to import them. After a year or two Remington made the deal with the factory and a whole bunch of shotguns made by that factory became Spartan line of products for Remington. Remington used to sell them under Spartan 100 (SPR100) name: http://www.remington.com/products/ar...ot/spr100.aspx
    Discontinued in 2008.

    There are two on Gunbroker. I figure the price is 50 to 200 bucks.

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    Thanks for your help.
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    Where in Mississippi are you? It's always nice to see fellow citizens on the boards.
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    When I was younger, I had a 20 ga. Baikal that fits your description. Was a good little gun that never gave any trouble, even when duck hunting in some pretty adverse conditions.

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joop View Post
    When I was younger, I had a 20 ga. Baikal that fits your description. Was a good little gun that never gave any trouble, even when duck hunting in some pretty adverse conditions.

    John
    Same model. It had been in production since 1964.

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    I bought an IJ-18 in the early 80's, still got it, very lightweight gun, it kicks hard too

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    Yeah, I these predate EAA. I remember seeing one stamped Made in USSR a good fifteen or so years back. It was not fancy, being basic to the extreme, but not cheap either. It was just a no-frills utilitarian shotgun, very Soviet in nature and feel. I was surprised that it was a commercial arm imported from the Soviet Union (though when I was looking at it, the USSR was gone by 6 or 7 years). For the life of me I don't remember who imported it, but it was not EAA.
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