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Hold on to it if your grandfather meant anything to you. It's sentimental value will outweigh any cash you can get out of it. Talk to family members and try to get more info and any stories they may have. Winchester can give you basic background on date of mfr, etc. I don't know how old you are I'm going to guess young. Years from now as you pass it on you will be glad you still have it and probably kick yourself over and over again if you sell it. Late at night when you're cleaning it there will be times it will talk to you. Probably sounding like your grandfather it will tell you things or ask about your kids. If and when it does that's something all the money in the world simply cannot buy my friend.
 

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Thanks Fred. My first goal is to hand it (and the Stevens in my other post) down to someone in the next generation of the family, but it's not easy to find someone with any interest and/or responsibility.
 
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