What is the value of Pietro beretta golden lark 12 gauge?
Your Pietro Beretta gold lark 12 gauge shotgun is valued between 195-400 dollars based on it having between 60%-98% of its original finish remaining and a good bore.
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%DETAILS%. Answer . John - The Nitro Special name was used by J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co. You didn't tell us what kind of a shotgun it is, but I suspect it is a break-open breech single shot or double barrel. It may have side-hammers, or a boxlock with rear hammers or a hammerless boxlock and …the barrel(s) may be either laminated or fluid steel. All those things and the condition of the gun will affect the value. It MIGHT be worth $250 if it is a good to very good boxlock with fluid steel barrels or less than $10 for any variation in broken/worn out/rusted condition.. (MORE)
Answer . Iver Johnson started making shotguns in 1883 and didn't stop until 1987. There will be a lot of different 12 gauges in there and the value will depend on the age, model, and (most of all) condition. These were well-made and dependable guns but not the sort that collectors shell out big… bucks for. Regardless of the model, unless it is like new it is unlikely to be worth more than $250. Conversely, unless it is broken or badly rusted, it should be worth at least $50. (MORE)
Answer . What other markings are on the gun? We need to know at least the manufacturer or retailer to identify it. If you don't also have a model name or number, describe the action (single shot, pump, double barrel, etc). If it has any value as a collectable, you also need to clearly describe… the gun's condition, either using NRA standards or as a percentage of the ORIGINAL finish remaining on both the metal and wood parts. (MORE)
Single barrel, double barrel or pump? There are numerous models. However, most of them retail for under $250 in good, shootable condition. If unshootable, they're only worth anything as parts.
Answer . Pachmayr did/does not manufacture shotguns. They make accessories, and at one time had a custom gunsmithing facility. What other markings are on the metal parts of the gun?\n. \email@example.com
Answer . Would need to know which specific model. "Silver Hawk" has been applied to several different series of Beretta shotgun..
Answer . Depending on condition, a single shot might bring $50-$100 or a double barrel $150-$250.
Value depends on condtion, how bad you want to sell it, how bad someone wants to buy it, any accessories, the box, original papers, etc... You could be in the 200-1000 USD price range.
Answer . There is a Noble 12 gauge-2 3/4 inch, 28 inch barrel for $650.00. TR
Answer . Need more info. What model? Single barrel, double barrel, pump action? What condition is gun in? Rusty, beat up,dented?
Try as I might, I can find no ref. to Beretta ever having made a 10 guage shotgun (at least in the modern era). What is the action type; double, pump, ect. How about a model number? This is confusing, hopefully someone else can help shed some light on this question.
I have a Continental Arms Co. 12 gauge shotgun that is probably about 70 years old that belonged to my grandfather. Any ideas of value and where do I go to sell it?
Beretta firearms produced in Italy carry a proof mark for the year of production. The chart below is used to identify the year by this mark. For recent pistols this mark is usually located on the frame near the trigger guard, for older pistols, the mark is on the slide or on the frame behind the gri…p area. Shotguns have this mark stamped on the barrel near the chamber. You may need to remove the barrel to read the mark.. On some older firearms, produced between 1925 to1954, the actual date was stamped instead of a code mark. In this case the date can be located near the test proof marks on the frame. The exception to this occured during the regime of Benito Mussolini. The Italian Proof House used a roman numeral system marking the year of his reign which began with "I" in 1922. The first Beretta firearm using this dating system was the Model 1934 pistol (introduced in 1935), thus the year was indicated as XIII (usually marked on the slide) and refering to the 13th year of Mussolini's regime. This practice ended in 1945 with XXIII at the close of World War Two and the chart below takes up from that point. It should be noted that some wartime production firearms were void of any marking to indicate the production date.. We have also seen markings where roman and numerical figures are combined, for example XX7 for 1971, XX8 for 1972 and XX9 for 1973.. MARK. YEAR. I or 1. 1945. II or 2. 1946. III or 3. 1947. IV or 4. 1948. V or 5. 1949. VI or 6. 1950. VII or 7. 1951. VIII or 8. 1952. IX or 9. 1953. X. 1954. XI. 1955. XII. 1956. XIII. 1957. XIV. 1958. XV. 1959. XVI. 1960. XVII. 1961. XVIII. 1962. XIX. 1963. XX. 1964. XXI. 1965. XXII. 1966. XXIII. 1967. XXIV. 1968. XXV. 1969. XXVI. 1970. XXVII or XX7. 1971. XXIII or XX8. 1972. XXIX or XX9. 1973. XXX. 1974. AA. 1975. AB. 1976. AC. 1977. AD. 1978. AE. 1979. AF. 1980. AH. 1981. AI. 1982. AL. 1983. AM. 1984. AN. 1985. AP. 1986. AS. 1987. AT. 1988. AU. 1989. AZ. 1990. BA. 1991. BB. 1992. BC. 1993. BD. 1994. BF. 1995. BH. 1996. BI. 1997. BL. 1998. BM. 1999. BN. 2000. BP. 2001. BS. 2002. BT. 2003. BU. 2004. BZ. 2005. CA. 2006. CB. 2007. (MORE)
A 12 gauge boxlock, double barrel shotgun with 30" barrels, double triggers, and extractors. Blued with a silve finished receiver and a checkered walnut stock. Discontinued in 1967. Exc VG Good Fair Poor 500 450 375 250 150 serial number c26613 excellent condition
Browning Citori 12 gage over and under & a Browning Goldtrigger Light Twelve: How much are they worth?
In order to answer your question,you will need to provide the serial number to age your shotgun.The overall condition including the amount of original finish on the metal and wood,and the bore condition to give a accurate value to your shotgun.All these factors come into play when evaluating the sho…tgun for price. (MORE)
The value of a Beretta actually depends highly upon a number offactors. Some of those include age and condition.
Looking for the value of a Beretta AL 391 Urika Gold 12 ga. Limited Edition Ducks Unlimited 1137/3500 it has never been used. Man, it's tough to value a gun like that; fair market value is what someone is willing to pay for it and that's the problem. It's a neat gun, but in all honestly, you'll hav…e a hard time finding an aggressive buyer since it's a fancy gun but with a narrow market. It's a fairly light, soft recoil gun that's also pretty -- some consider it a "ladies gun". Search around; if you're willing to sit on it for a year or more, you can probably find a buyer at a decent price - either a non-petite female (since it's a full sized gun), or a sporting clays fan who likes that sort of gun, or perhaps a pheasant-hunter, who likes a fancy auto. It's probably too fancy for a duck-blind and not fancy enough for an aficionado. On the other hand, if you need to sell it in a hurry, you probably can't price it much higher than a "X-Tra Grain" wood model 391, which is the same gun w/out the nickel & DU engraving - I've seen those for about $1,200 retailâ¦ So I would do this: start with $1,200, then add some for the engraving, subtract some since you're a private party, adjust downward for however much use/wear it has â¦and then add about $20-$40 multiplied by however many months you are willing to sit on it (up to a max of probably $1,500-$1,600 assuming it's in "like-new" condition). And of course, don't forget to adjust for consignment commission or advertising costs. (MORE)
It would be worth.........what someone would be willing to pay.. Depends on where you are, the condition and spec of the gun etc
The value of a 12-guage Maverick Shotgun can vary greatly based onthe age of the gun, as well as the condition of the gun.
Other Pietro Beretta 12 gauge rap special shotguns have sold inauction anywhere in the range of $350 USD up to around $500 USD.You could expect more from a private sale or auction of this item,as a gun shop would purchase it for roughly half of its appraisedvalue.
I just paid $375 for mine. It is worth what you will be willing to sell it for and how much some else is willing to pay for it. I need to find a slug barrel
The Browning B-2000 is valued at between 275-375 dollars for a shotgun having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.By the way I happen to love my Browning B-2000 in 20ga.I would not sell it for more that double what the listed value is.
Can't be answered without a detailed description of all markings, barrel length, finish, condition, box, papers, accessoires, choke, etc..
Depending on the age of the gun and condition, Values can be subjective at best. However, as a starting point, if it is in pristine condition, fired but clean I would start around 450 and go up from there. I bought a very nice one many years ago for 430 and I don't think the 92 is all that rare to m…ake it so valuable. Blue ones are everywhere and Inox is not that big a seller anyway. I had mine duracoated, two tone, and with the inox barrel it looks sharp. It has a black slide and OD green frame. Nice.. Depending on the age of the gun and condition, Values can be subjective at best. However, as a starting point, if it is in pristine condition, fired but clean I would start around 450 and go up from there. I bought a very nice one many years ago for 430 and I don't think the 92 is all that rare to make it so valuable. Blue ones are everywhere and Inox is not that big a seller anyway. I had mine duracoated, two tone, and with the inox barrel it looks sharp. It has a black slide and OD green frame. Nice. (MORE)
Check the on line auction sites for one similar to yours to see what they have/are selling for.
You will find more info on the weapon your refering to if you search. Beretta TR-1
As of Nov '08 probably ~$400 in excellent or better condition. Price will fall off sharply if in less than XL condt.
This gun was bought in 2002 but only fired a couple of times i need a better answer for this question other than 100-300 usd thanks, somethingspecial42 . 100-300 USD
Well it depends on the condition but anywhere from 650.00 to 750.00. They are coming down in value due to the fact that they are fixed chokes and would cost an extra 500.00 to get them bored out.
12 gauge winchester 1900 made in 1899.In order to assist you in defining a value to your Winchester shotgun I will need to clarify some info provided and ask that you give a more detailed description of the shotgun in question.First I will say that Winchester made the model 1897 pump action shotgun,…they made a model 1901 lever action shotgun in 10 gauge only.They also made the model 1911 semi-auto shotgun.So you must determine the model of your shotgun first.Then provide more info on the overall condition of the shotgun to include the amount of original finish remaining on the wood and metal,type of barrel(plain,vent rib,solid matte rib).All these things will help me assign a more accurate value to your shotgun. (MORE)
New they sell for $350.00 here. That should tell you something about their value used. . . .
$500 to $700 depending on shape it's in, hard to sell because of strange trigger.
100-300 or so Depending on condition, above $500. The 20 gauge shotguns are rarer and worth more than the 12 gauge. 2/3/12
The value of the gun is dependent upon the configuration and condition of the gun. The desirability of the gun in a particular geographic market can also influence the selling price. It is therefore impossible to answer your question outside of just providing a very wide range without more specif…ic information. Beretta DT-10 shotguns are sold new in various configurations for $6,400 to $12,500. (MORE)
There were several "300 series" Berettas. They are regarded by experts to be very high quality gas operated shotguns that last a long time.
I just bought one for 230$ but it was mis marked at the pawn shop for a 380. Below is a link to some I found online for sale with values. I have the third one down. Pretty good value. It says they are scares WW1 guns. First model pisol from beretta. Check it out. . http://www.collectiblefirearms.co…m/PistolsBeretta.html (MORE)
Can't be answered without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, type of action, type of wood, barrel length, etc..
I would say in good condition in the $1100 to $1200 range and around $1500 if it somes with an extra set of factory barrels.
How much is a sterlingworth 12 gauge double barrle shot gun serial #101254 in good condition be worth
Baretta over under 12 gauge blk pdwr and engraved 1680 pietro beretta gardone 1980 stock has iii ceuteuario beretta?
These were sold both as a basic shotgun with a few essential accessories, and as a specially cased commemorative issue. One occasionally sees the cased commemoratives, in new condition with all accessories, hang tags, etc. offered for $900 - $1,200. The basic gun goes for much less. I'm not sure wh…at they are going for now. I had one that was the basic gun with accessories and I bought it aboout 12 yrs ago in excellent condition for $300 or $350, if I recall correctly. It is a very nice, unique gun. They do have one idiosyncrasy - since the flash channel to the lower barrel is very long, it requires extra attention in cleaning to be sure it is clean and dry before loading to prevent mis-fires. As long as it is clean and dry, everything is fine. But, get a little oil down in there and you're in for some aggravation (MORE)
Without a detailed description of all markings, features, box, papers, accessories, etc.. you can be in the 10000 USD range.
I just purchased one that looks like it's only had a box or 2 of shell's put through it for $460 and it came with 3 choke tubes: no box, instructions etc. I've seen them in similar condition for sale from between 500-700 dollars.
Your question can't be answered without a detailed description of ALL markings, finish, overall condition, type of action, barrel length, wood, accessories, box, papers, engraving, etc..
Since they are one of a kind guns, the skies the limit. Teddy Roosevelt's H&H rifle sold at auction almost 20 years ago. It brought over $500 thousand.
Used; but in good condition it would be worth about $3000USD to start. Typically these shotguns were not very heavily used and can have quite a lot of very high quality engraving, so the price could easily double that.
Can't be answered without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, finish, overall condition, box, papers, accessories, etc..
I also have a Diawa 12 ga. Value depends on condition and if it's blue or like mine with engraved silver with birds. I was told before all the shootings it was around $400-500, but since then prices on all guns have gone up. If yours is engraved like mine & in good to great condition you can probabl…y get $500-$600 for it, I also have the original box which helps. Hope this answers your question. (MORE)
Determining value invloves many different pieces of information which you did not provide. Condition is usually the most important. The type of finish, features, wood used in the stock, what the barrel(s) is/are choked, barrel length, gauge, accessories, any engraving, presence of origianal paper wo…rk and box also come into play. Total production is a factor too. Without a detailed description, 100-1000 USD or more, maybe. (MORE)
The G grade will be between 140-200 dollars,A grade 140-200,B grade 275-360,C grade 360-470,and D grade between 580-880 dollars.these shotguns were made from 1909-1915,and Marlin has issued a warning in 1998 that these slide action shotguns should not be fired,as system failures will occur due to th…ere age. (MORE)