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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.
Rifling, the use of lands and grooves carved into the metal inside a gun barrle, imparts spin to the projectile. This spin gives it greater stability in flight (by the gyroscope effect) and gives it a greater range and accuracy.
I do not know the value but the serial # B74385 shows a manufactured date of 1971(B61701-B83550)
50-1000 USD or more depending on specifics
Hello I live in New Zealand and I have a shotgun that soundsexactly the same description and it is a great shotgun. I can shootit well and even though it is really old I can outshoot most of theshooters on my clay target team with it. Originally I got the gunas a gift from my friend who said he...
Forehand & Wadsworth of Worcester Mass. Was in operation from1871 to 1890. They were mostly known for their handguns. They madea couple models of derringers, and several models of full size andpocket revolvers. The most popular of the Forehand & Wadsworthrevolvers at the time were the brand name...
The High Standard Flite King Deluxe Rib 12 g was made from 1961-1966. The Deluxe II was made from 1966-1975. If yours has no serial number, was made prior to the 1968 Gun Control Act. Regrets, but do not know of a way to get closer to exact date on these shotguns- no records. Great shotguns- have a...
The value of a Stevens model 77 slide action repeating shotgundepends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valuedbetween 75.00 and 110.00 as of 2014.
The back one is for the left hand barrel and the front is for the right hand barrel.
If the gun is 100%, straight stock, and in excellent fired condition; currently, you are looking at around $950 market value. The price goes down from there...
If your question is: do you have a right to hunt with a huntingrifle or shotgun... Answer- Yes
Depending on where you live, there may be no legal age at all (they are either freely accessible or they are banned completely) or the age may be tied to, even identified as the same for firearms. Additionally, you may need a firearms license to purchase or use one.
This site should help. http://www.savage99.com/winchester1892_dates.htm This question actually asks for the original 1892 selling price of the model 92. I can come close. Here are the selling prices from the 1894-95 Montgomery Ward catalog No. 56: Round barrel, 24 inch rifles in 32, 38 and 44...
check with a gun shop.
Answer . It would be worth anywhere from $2,000 to $3,500
Disassembly of a Colt 1908 .25 Auto pistol is actually very simple. Here is the step-by-step (remove the magazine and make sure the gun is not cocked first):. 1. Pull back the slide partway until the front face of the slide is almost far enough back to be flush with the front of the frame, but not...
that depends on the type of bullet.
you've described the weapon. Now what's your question...
your gun was made in 1946 by H&R for Sears High standard it is a H&R 120
The average price of this Remington is around $500.00. If you orderthrough a reputable dealer online, this often ships for free.
that would depend on your state laws...
It will require that the rifle be drilled and tapped for scope mounts. Some small rifles (usually .22 rimfire) can use a dovetail mount, but those rifles are made with the dovetail grooves, and they will not work with a heavy recoiling caliber. There are a very few scope mounts that use existing...
In good to very good condition, your grandfather's 16 ga. is worth around $ 70 U.S. to $100. U.S.These H&R's are known to be trustworthy, when properly taken care of, and if it is in good shape, its best value would be as a trusty single bbl shotgun to hunt or protect your home. Be sure to know the...
The Sears Roebuck Model 20 12 gauge shotgun, serial number 5832006is valued at $200 in very good condition. It good condition, it isvalued at $125.
It means that a sealant was used on the primer and the bullet to prevent oil from getting inside the cartridge- which could cause a misfire.
I have seen them priced from $769 to $875
they are cheap .....buy a new one.
Answer . Would depend on condition. $150-$350..
Less than $100. Probably looking in the $50 - $80 range.
Depends on condition and whether box and papers are present. Range 300-800
In good original condition, showing only normal wear and no rust. Gotta be about $25K.
Needs to be posted in the auto section.
sure, guns in parks could save your life.
When children are "exposed" to firearms by a responsible adult or parent; taught the correct ways to handle them - i.e. check to see if loaded, when, where and how to use them and the inherent dangers presented by firing a firearm; when all of these criteria are taught, learned and relearned -...
No, but in time of war it's kill or be killed...
G&P and A&K both make airsoft guns based on the Magpul Masada (the basis of the Reminton/Bushmaster ACR). A quick search for "G&P Masada" or "A&K Masada" should yield you plenty of results.
100-1000 or more depending on specifics I assume it is a Superposed. 1959 was date of mfg if so. Any Superposed from that time period that shoots is worth $700-900. Depending upon condition, if paperwork is available, and other bells and whistles, it could be worth several thousand.
Not to contradict the poster above me (though I'm going to); butthe largest guns built and used were the WW2 German "Gustav Guns"from Krupp. The Gustav gun weighed 1,350 tonnes, had a maximumrange of just under 50 kilometers (45-50 depending on source) andfired 800mm rounds weighing 7-tons. Only two...
Proofhouse.com has sn tables you can look at.
No they are not always electric because green gas sometimes could harm the gun
583 was part of a model number used by Sears on J C Higgins and TedWilliams branded guns sold by them. IF your gun is a .22 rifle, youmay have a High Standard Model 34 Carbine. SOME parts for the Model34 are availalble from Numrich gun parts corp. That rifle was madefrom 1962-1966. High Standard is...
Might add 5-10 percent for the right collector
S.H.C. stood for Shapleigh Hardware Company. The shotgun was more than likely made by either a Belgium company or Cresent Fire Arms Com.. It was very common in the late 1800's and early 1900's for arms companies to stamp the hardware stores "logo" on a shotgun or .22 for a fee.
The date of manufacture of Colt 1903 Hammerless .32 is 1916.(193000-234999)
This really depends on how one wishes to define the term "pistol".If one is simply referring to a gun held in the hands, operatedwith one or two hands, and lacking a shoulder stock; this reallycan't be answered as hand-held devices that use black powder tolaunch things are nearly as old as black...
You want product # 172820A at numrich gun parts corp.
I paid $375 without scope and the condition was good. The barrel blueing and the stock and checkering are very good but the action and magazine clip are a bit sticky. I take this to mean that the gun was shot alot but it was looked after.
The classic Red Ryder is a BB gun that shoots metal .177 caliber BBs.
1966-1970: along with its brother model (marlin 336) 7,289 were manufactured. http://books.google.com/books?id=iRb3ioTApJ0C&pg=PA616&dq=westpoint+model-33
check with Marlin Firearms Company with the serial number...
100-1000 or more depending on specifics
Max effective range against a point target, about 600 yds. Max range about 2000 yds.
Hold the weapon by the grip with your right hand, with the barrel pointed away from you, and YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER. With your left thumb, press the cylinder latch (just in front of the cylinder, left side) and slide it down. While holding it down, press the tips of your left hand fingers...
You will have to call Browning an provide them with the sn to find out.
BKA 218 is a non-firing replica of the Colt 1860 Army revolver. Itis made by Denix of Spain. The Denix factory started making replicaweapons in 1966. The gun could have been produced any time from1966 up to today. The mark BKA is due to an old German law whichstated that all the replica weapons...
IF a factory 5"and IF 98 percent 1800 or so. If you have the box, tool kit, papers, etc. it might make 2K
yes but it wont be as powerful
Assuming you cannot unload the round by firing it at a safebackdrop, you use an attachment to your ramrod or cleaning rodcalled a worm. The worm resembles a screw. It drills into the leadof the bullet and allows you to draw it out of the muzzle. Takecare since the firearm is still charged.
The M4 in use by the US military is capable of full automatic fire. Since they were made AFTER the May 1986 cutoff date to register, a TRUE M4 may not be owned by a private citizen anywhere in the US- Only those full autos registered by May 1986 can be transferred to a private citizen. However,...
First you must be at least 18 years of age or older. You must be a citizen of the USA and have no felonies. The process varies in every city as you must also comply with state, federal, and city law. Most cities have you apply for the permit at your local police station. The process consist of a...
A fine revolver.
Midway USA has the mag. for 15.99 It fits savage 62 and 64 and stevens 954 http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct/default.aspx?productNumber=141374
I believe that would all depend on where you traded it, and for what.
Pure gold
Colt, Barret, Smith & Wesson, Ruger, FN-USA, Springfield Armoury, Noveske, Remington, Mossberg, Winchester, Olin, US Repeating Arms, Bushmaster, DPMS, Spike's Tactical, Double Star, Henry, Taurus USA, Lauer Machine Tool, Stag Arms, Larue Tactical, Kimber, Aero Precision, Century Arms, Marlin.......
You will have to call Browning with the serial number to find out.
It's a Shotgun . The Stevens 59A is a shotgun, not a rifle. It fires .410 ammo, both 2 1/2 and 3 inch shells.
Krico is no longer in business and very few spare parts are available in the U.S. Spare magazines and firing pins are especially difficult to come by. In the U.S. you should do continuous searches on eBay, guns international, yahoo and google, etc. (but note that google places restrictions on...
Contact Colt and order a historical letter.
IJ shotguns were always well-made and dependable, but inexpensive guns. They did not go the extra mile to make a truly fine firearm with perfect fit and finish that would make them stand out in a crowd. I received an, old at the time, Iver Johnson 12 Ga "Matted Rib" with 32 inch, full choke barrel...