How do I tell what gauge a Springfield arms double barrel shotgun is?

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as your looking down the gun, the gauge should be stamped on the left barrel back by the stock.
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What is the age and value of a J Stevens Arms 12 gauge double barrel shotgun?

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What is the age and value of a Springfield Arms double barrel?

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Where can you find a Springfield 16 ga double barrel shotgun?

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You have a JStevens Arms Co double barrel shotgun model 5100 with Springfield written on it also has a single trigger roughly when were these made?

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How much a 12 gauge Central Arms double barrel shotgun with exposed hammers worth?

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