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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.
no not if there in the company of an adult and assuming its on private property Ive been hunting since i was 9 or 10 got my first 22 rifle when 7 that was 20 years ago
Answer . This was one of the "house brands" distributed by H&D Folsum c. 1890-1950 and also sold through the Sears Roebuck catalog. The guns were made by various manufacturers, primarily Folsum's subsidiary company, Crescent Firearms, and prior to WWI several Belgian companies.
James Hale of Daisy Manufacturing Inc. They were originally created for marking trees and cattle. They were originally invented in the late 1970s. The very first paintball game was played in 1981 by twelve friends in a 100acre field in New Hampshire, USA, using Nelson brand industrial paintball guns...
No. Since dry ice is a solid at relatively high temperature, that means it is low pressure. You could never get enough pressure to make a single shot. under related links is a diagram of co2's relationship with temperature and pressure in regards to its material state.
In baseball, basketball, or golf, the goal is to put the ball where you want it. Thw same things apply to target shooting. It may be to score the most hits in the center (bullseye), the smallest grouping of shots, or to hit a moving target (skeet, trap, clays). It is coordinating your motions with...
Usually sequentially in the order made. However some serial numbers are based on a code system.
No- it is neither centerfire nor rimfire, since it does not use cartridges.
Guns can motivate the people they are pointed at, words can motivate millions.
Depending on the overall condition, serial number, finish, sights, accessories, box, papers, a detailed description of what you mean by "fancy scrolling", etc.. You might be in the 100-1000 USD and up range depending on specifics. You can look up gun appraisers to contact and/or check online to...
yes glock .99 dang near a 100 by now....
Depends on the size of the barrel.
Fired cartridge cases are cleaned, the old primer punched out, replaced by a new primer. A measured charge of gunpowder is added to the case, and a new bullet pressed in place. A tool called a reloading press is used, together with reloading dies.
value of Remington targetmaster model 41 cal 22rifle
aThe AMT Combat 1 of 1000 Hardballer handgun was produced in a limited quanity of NO MORE than 1000 pcs in the early 1980's. They were produced AS they were ordered and all 1000 of them may not have been produced prior to AMT changing ownership. I have one of these with a VERY early serial number ...
You have only provided a generic description. Trying to put a value on anything with just this limited information provided is difficult. Value depends on a combination of many factors. Without a detailed description to include, finish, barrel length, overall condition, stock material, sights, box,...
Making guns is not illegal. In US, anyone can make a gun that is not fully automatic for their own use without any sort of license, permit, or registration. Making guns commercially (for sale to other people) is also legal, but you have to get a license and pay a tax. Outside of US making guns...
where or what is NH. New Hall, North Hollywood, New Holland.
It is used for marking things.
http://www.remingtonsociety.com/rsa/service
Answer for 12 single barrel hammer styl . \nI paid 60 $ for mine about 6 years ago and had to make a firing pinfor it and I seen them go anywhere from 60 to 125$ depending on condition hope this helps.
Answer . Any utility grade single shotgun in working condition is worth about $50 - $75. Would need more information to determine the age - exactly how the J. Stevens company name is written will get us close. There's nothing unusual about a break open single shot having an open hammer if that's...
Answer . You might try Numrich (e-gunparts.com). If your Knickerbocker was made by Crescent, they can probably help, but if you have a Belgian-made gun probably not.
Its called ebay.. _____________________. I'm pretty sure eBay won't allow guns. You can sell guns on gunbroker.com
because a lever gun has different levels that need to be put into it
Answer . This firearm, which Smith & Wesson refered to as the Highway Patrolman, was made sometime betyween 1972 & 1977. The exact date is difficult to pin down, because S & W undoubtability (this is speculation on my part) stamped s/n's on frames in batches well in advance of using them. Value...
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings and features.
Laws are different in every state, and in every country.
The Buckhorn is no longer in production, so you will need to check the used market. Amazon, Auctionarms, and Gunbroker would be good websites to check for selling prices.
It is possible. Different gun powders have different ingredients. This can be determined by lab analysis.
If the co2 cartridge is full unscrew the back slowly until all vapor is gone, then just unscrew the back all the way off and it will slide out.
Answer . \nAccording to OldGuns.net, the year of manufacture for serial number 276801 is 1951.
Yes, there were. Not a lot, but the first guns were made sometime between about 1100 and 1300. (Best guess- dates are not exact)
Gun or Rifle? A Rifle has better accuracy but a gun will work.. I suggest for small game get a .22 caliber pellet rifle or gun. It may be a little slower in the Feet per second (FPS) but will have more knock down power and I also suggest that you use hunting pellets. Also a spring powered rifle will...
In America, about a quarter of the adult population owns a gun. What kind of people? That varies greatly. Most are owned by law abiding people. They include hunters, recreational target shooters, people that keep a gun for defense, and people that use guns in their work (ranching, farming, police...
Its the Berrett 50.cal
You will have to call the maker to find out what it means.
The manner in which you have asked your question almost guarantees it can not be answered with any degree of accuracy. You need to give the finish, sights, accessories, box, papers, any engraving, etc.. You might be in the 100-1000 USD and up range depending on specifics.
Ramping mode is where you have to pull a trigger at a certain speed E.G. 5bps and it will boost it up to something like 12bps.
The manner in which you have asked your question almost guarantees it can not be answered with any degree of accuracy. You do not provide the gauge or type action. You need to give the overall condition, serial number, finish, sights, accessories, box, papers, any engraving, etc.. You might be in...
a six guage is the lowest i would go because any guage lower than that u wouldn't even want to shoot it would kick so hard PS the 6 guage is nicknamed the elephant gun because back in the day that was the only gun that would penetrate elephant skin from a reasonable distance I don't really think it...
There are two different types: Mercenary and Formed. Mercenary is when not everyone has the same equipment, you use what you buy. Formed is when everyone has the same equipment (at least on one team) and is used more often in tournaments. Basically, form two teams of honest people who will admit...
Answer . \nTry one of the various gun "blue books." Model 58s usually don't command high prices unless they are one of the more limited models. On the bottom of the receiver, in front of the loading port and behind the bbl is where one would find stampings if it is a "special model." Such as SA...
In good condition about $30.00. Probably almost mint.
You should be able to use Maxi-balls, as well as saboted bullets. You need to see how accurate they will be- the rate of twist may be wrong for them.
Trying to remember if that one's a rail system or a direct impingement rifle. If it's DI, pretty much anything which fits a 5.56 rifle will fit on a 6.8 upper. If you're going to go with a two piece removable system, and you're on a budget, you can't go wrong with Yankee Hill products.
Answer . If fully functional and the plastic stock hasn't broken yet, around $200-250
Any licenced FFL dealer. So long as it's not stolen and reported as such, you can sell it.
No way to answer since you did not provide the serial number. .
Not in .38 Special. Several manufacturers make handguns in .38 Super, though.
They'll almost certainly be at any outdoor range. Ultimately, it's the determination of the range owners. It may not necessarily be illegal (at least under certain conditions), but it's doubtful you'll find ranges which will allow them.
depends on what is in the paint, there are many different mixtures that will create a semi-gloss finish Modern paints are not as toxic as older paints used to be so I would suspect your dog to be ok but would avoid letting him/her eat any in the future
It is properly called a gun carriage. You may see the term caisson or limber, but those do not support the gun- they were used to tow the gun carriage.
Need serial number to date most any firearm. Check Browning's website under customer service, then date your firearm. Value is determined by condition of firearm, and area of the sale.
click on the link below, it will take you to the FAQ section of the Briley Company website.
It isn't possible to say for sure, as guns vary, and anyhow nipples are replaceable. Try number 10's, as those often work for 1860 army revolvers. If they are too small, and don't seat fully and fire reliably, then you'll have to use 11's. If the 11's are a bit too big, squeeze them before you put...
100-1000 USD depending on specifics
You need the services of a firearms instructor or a good gunsmith.
Best estimate would be 00-02. Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory.
Yes- with the permission of your parents.
Which one and what caliber? Also define great shape in great detail, great case colors?, great wood? great bluing? Also I suspect the 1886 your referring to is a patent date which means it could have been made well into the 20th century.
If it is unfired and like new in the original box with all the papers it could be worth $300-$650 depending on the barrel. Round are less desireable and on the cheaper end, octogon versions are fetching a premium. Or as little as $200 for an older well warn beat-up example.
The previous guy that answered must be delirious or something. That is a $800 or $850 gun i have one myself. No, the previous poster was not delerious, but did check two reference books, and checked 9 completed auctions for Savage Model 25 pump rifles with octagon barrels in .22 rimfire. None sold...
Everything depends on condition, gauge, and grade. They are well built shotguns, but the most common usually go from 600.00 up to around 900.00 in this neck of the woods: Wyoming.
$100-$400, depending on WHICH model and condition.
Depends on overall condition, finish, barrel length, grips, box, papers, accessories, etc.. Is it a revolver or pistol? Any engraving? What are the markings on the barrel and frame?. Could range from 100 to multiple thousands./
i saw one in 90% condition sell for $150.
Answer . \nThis is a guess, but a logical one: Year 1979, Month August, referring to manufacture. It may also be a manufacturer's code. So, contact the manufacturer of the firearm. I bet they have a website.
Best left to a trained gunsmith
You have only provided a generic description. Trying to put a value on anything with just this limited information provided is difficult. Value depends on a combination of many factors. Without a detailed description to include, finish, barrel length, overall condition, stock material, sights, box,...
If you live in a state where machine guns are legal, you must find a shooting range that is a class III dealer and has a machine gun to rent. Otherwise, to legally shoot one, you have to find someone who owns a machine gun and let them take you to the range.