R B Rodda & Co. 4-Bore Double Rifle

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  1. Bobpuckett

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    Hi guys just checking for a friend who has just acquired a 1885 R B Rodda & Co. 4-Bore Double Rifle in fare condition and was wondering what it is worth. Does anyone have any Idea?
     
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    Lots of wiggle room in "fair" condition. 70-100K is what I've seen them go for. Photos will tell me exactly.
    Cal
     
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    Thanks Cal but my friend has sold it didn't tell me what he sold it for but he didn't have one of those on the way to the bank smiles.:ROFLMAO:
     
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    Damn. I have a 4 Hughes and want to sell it and several more bpe and nitro doubles and want to buy a nic eRodda 4.
    Oh well.
    Cal
     
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    Missed the original post. A four is a very rare thing. He likely could have generated some interest if the "fair" condition included decent bores.
     

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