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Values are based on the actual condition of the firearm and whether any modifications have been done to it, such as re-bluing or drilling and tapping for scope mounts, etc. Condition depends on how much of the original finish (stock and metal) is remaining and if there are any dings, dents, scratches, etc on it. It's really best to take the firearm to someone local or to a gun show for an estimate of worth.
It is a High Standard Flite king, made for Sears.
No. There is an existing Federal restriction on importing theweapons, but registered weapons are still legal to own and use.
Condition being #1 then age. No Set price in stone.
Check that there no ammunation in gun.
An Italian handgun made by Galesi Arms founded in 1910
It depends on the caliber. I'd say about 3 to 400 yards
The firearms section of Answers.com is full of questions by people  asking what their firearm is worth. In pretty much every case the  answer is the same. None of us can assign a meaningful value to  your firearm without actually being able to inspect it, assess its  condition, and determine if...
It can range from $300 to $750 depending on the condition of the  gun.
Some can be $450 and some can be $1500 it is probably best to look  on trusted gun websites before buying (Ive heard about this one  called gun broker is pretty trusty but you might want to check on)  your opinions if it trust worthy.
Their website has a process for you to date your firearm, look  under FAQ's.
As long as they are performed on private property with the owner's consent, no they are not.
It is called recoil
If your shotgun has about 90% of its original finish remaining,it  will bring 350-400 dollars.
The value of a Titan handgun 32 cal is $159.99.
Well, different types of shotguns can hold varying amounts of  rounds or shells. For example a Side by Side, or an Over &  Under barreled shotguns can hold two rounds. The "typical" or  "average" shotgun can hold 6-8 rounds without a plug. For example  the Remington 870 or the newer model...
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model  70 bolt action rifle was made in the year 1976.
Only if the code is a LEA evidence number and it is still in the database. Regardless, you will have to take it to a LEA to find out.
Condition,condition,condition.It all depends on your rifles overall  original condition remaining.A Remington model 14 rifle with  between 60%-75%of its original condition will bring between 250-375  dollars.It could bring up to 750 dollars if it has 90% or better of  its original finish...
This a double barrel shotgun. This is my second favorite shotgun in  the world. The reason why it is called 12 Ga double barrel is that  the barrel in 12 inches long, and every two shots, it has to be  reload.
It should come apart like any other bolt action rifle pull up and  back
Kessler Arms Corporation
"Lancasters pattern centrefire and pinfire .410 shot cartridges first appear in Eley Brothers Ltd. advertising flysheets in 1857. By 1874 Eleys were advertising modern centrefire .410 cartridges. It appears to have become popular around 1900" Wikipedia said this about the .410 cartridge... Could...
"Lancasters pattern centrefire and pinfire .410 shot cartridges first appear in Eley Brothers Ltd. advertising flysheets in 1857. By 1874 Eleys were advertising modern centrefire .410 cartridges. It appears to have become popular around 1900" Wikipedia said this about the .410 cartridge... Could...
"According to a list I have, your gun was made in 1928. Its very hard to predict what it might be worth. I would go to gunbroker.com and look up Fox Sterlingworths. They usually have any number up for bids and you can look for one similar to yours to get an idea of what they are going for. Don't...
Garage sale, want ad, pawn shop, on line auction, gun shop, gun show
depends on the condition 200-750
For a nominal fee of @ $40, Browning will provide a letter.
No published sn data I know of.
Generally online only, unless you find one at a yard sale or flea market.
Given the right set of circumstances, yes.
Usually went by names not model numbers.
It usually means you can shoot 3 bbs at a time, and shoot continuously by holding the trigger and just racking the shotgun back and forth.
I've seen High Standard 28ga shotguns go for $300-$359
No. But there are revolvers made to shoot .410 shells that also  fire .45 Colt cartridges,
I am not quite sure but heard it was around the $140 area. If I am  mistaken I would like to be rectified by other m
if you dont know that then you should not own it.... the barrel  should break over and you load it there
No, it's a rimfire round.
5K all day long in 100% condition with factory case
The model 721 was produced from 1948 to 1962
Steyr And Sako, Sterling, Stevens, Springfield, Savage, Sauer, Sedgeley, Star, Stoeger, Squires Bingham, the military SKS- and my favorite- Smith & Wesson.
in mint condition id say somwhere around the 4,000 dollars in MINT  if its been used and not in mint id say about 400 dollars
does your question deal with selling. if so, you will need name of  gun maker, caliber and overall condition.
75-150 based on condition
100 to multiple thousands depending on specifics
There are 4 different versions of the 66 Powermaster by Crosman. See the link below for all the Crosman rifle models, parts list and owners manualshttps://support.crosman.com/hc/en-us/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&category=200223634&query=powermaster
In most cases the best place to start when trying to determine the  history of your firearm via serial number is to contact the  manufacturer. In most cases they will be happy to help you, or  direct you to someone who can.
Can't be answered witout a detailed description of all markings, features and overall condition
1600.00 I know that's on the 870 and what else i don't know but it's unlikely any Remington shotgun will bring that amount
Would need more info on the rifle, caliber, model, condition and  images would be nice
All of the following are core elements of the unit safety  program EXCEPT: 
You will have to define what you want to use the weapon for. Loads vary from 90 - 147 grain.
There was no Victor Ejector gun company. Your gun is known as a  "Trade Brand Name" shotgun. A "Trade Brand Name" shotgun is one  that was made by a major gun maker (and before 1940) for and was  sold by a wholesale sporting goods dealer, a retail chain store, or  an independent seller who chose...
Depends on condition, condition, and condition, from just good to excellent 500-1000.00
Sure, but it does depend on the manufacturer of the gun before anyone gives you a definitive yes or no. Spring gun? Gas? Who makes it? If its spring, you can get hundreds of those on (see related links) if its gas, those are extremely rare and can be sold for about as much as you got it. However,...
I don't know which gun store you are going to but the Glock 18 is  $507 and the Glock 18c is $532.
Steves Pages has a PDF manual for hundreds of firearms including the Charles Daly.
Your Remington model 34 rimfire bolt action rifle will bring  between 150-300 dollars based on the rifle having between 60%-95%  original condition.These rifles were made from 1932-1936 in a  quantity of 162,941 made during this time span.
a ground troop used that gun at a base.