What is the value of a EIG Derringer made in Italy 22 Cal 4 shot pistol?
I just bought one at a gun show for $100.00.
It is in near mint condition.
It is a 4 barrel and is marked "USE 22 SHORT ,LONG OR LONG RIFLE"
It is in near mint condition.
It is a 4 barrel and is marked "USE 22 SHORT ,LONG OR LONG RIFLE"
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What were the manufacture dates of the Meriden 22 cal single shot pistol and what is the approximate value?
Answer . Meriden Firearms was a subsidiary of Sears Roebuck from about 1905-1915. I can't locate a listing for a single shot pistol they made, but other similar guns from that time period list for $100-$200 depending on condition..
Answer . Would need to know a little more about it to say any thing for certain, like what was the manufacturer's name, model number, caliber, etc. Probably not worth enough to pay for the time to post all that.
Answer . \nA lot depends on condition. Also there were several different barrel legnths---which affects value. Never the lees a pistol as you describe would be in that $125 plus some for the 91/2 inch model .
Answer . Most German .22 revolvers found in the US are inexpensive guns that are no longer imported. If so, probably about $20-$50. But since you didn't give a manufacturer's name or model, it could be something better.
Answer Value of .22 cal derringer . There is a Blue Book of Handguns that should give you a start. But the "value" depends a great deal on the condition the piece is in. What is the serial number? Is it in the original box? There is an American Derringer website and you can probably floa…t queries around e-bay and amazon-ville to get a clearer direction. Good luck, doc (MORE)
DO YOU HAVE A PICTURE, ? As per the offical Gun Digest book of "GUNS & PRICES" 2007 edition, GERSTENBERGER & EBERWEIN GUSSENSTADT, GERMANY " A series of poor-quality revolvers sold in the U.S.A. before 1968. .22 and .32 calibers with 2.25" barrels, and a six shot cylinder VERY GOOD $125.00 GOOD $ 7…0.00 FAIR $50.00 POOR $25.00 I know somebody that has one too! (MORE)
Answer HS Derringer . That depends on several things; . Condition being first, . Box, papers & medallion prescense . and Last the market You can get one for as little as 225 or as much as $695. . Good luck
Model 49 . Depends a lot on the condition of the rifle. If in good condition I usually see these selling for about $125.
Several manufacturers could have made such a pistol, but the most likely suspect would be J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co.
According to Guns America this gun is worth approximately $400 in good condition.. I just bought one today and paid $150 for it
as with any used firearm , condition has a Lot to do with the price,I purchased one today 6/28/08 for $110.oo at a gun show , in the past I have seen almost mint cond.ones going for $200 to $225..They are fine little guns , I have had a couple before this one ..
The value of a German made 22 caliber revolver would actually bedependent upon a number of factors. Some of those factors wouldinclude the age and condition of the revolver.
Not sure. I just paid 65$ for mine, and it's good shape, the grips are not cracked, and the blue is mostly there. Mine is a Omega HS-400 22LR made in Germany 8 shot with a 2.5 inch barrel.
Excellent condition: $325 fair condition: $150 Add $25 if you have both the .22lr and .22wmrf cylinders.
What is the aprox value of a derringer style Rossi 22 side by side pistol It was made by Firearms Int'l in Brazil?
That firearm was made in Brazil by Rossi and imported into the US by Firearms Int'l. Importation ceased in 1968 with passage of Firearms law restricting importation of many inexpensive, small handgun. Current value is less than $100 RETAIL, probably closer to $75.
I would be surpirsed if there is one. What time frame? Firearms have been made in Italy for hundres of years.
Question can't be answered. Not enough information. What are the exact barrel markings and wording? What is the overall condition?
One of several possible sources is: Bob's Gun Shop Po Box 200 Royal AR 71968
100-1000 USD depending on EXACTLY what you have, how it is marked and how your definition of "very good" translates in the world of folks who do firearms for a living.
10-100 USD or more depending on specifics it is a 22 cal long rifle pistol. value will depend on overall condition. at this time nice condition $200 - $300 +/-
100 to 1000 USD or more depending on EXACTLY what you have and its condition.
1. Not advised. 2. The .22 LR round will burst and unravel in a .22 magnum chamber nearly every time. It will fire a bullet downrange though and accuracy will be poor. The gasses will exit the burst cartridge, usually harmlessly, though, and it it not advised as above. However there are sleeves th…at can safely convert a .22 magnum chamber to use a .22 Long Rifle cartridge with no problems. The sleeve fits around the .22 LR cartridge. (MORE)
What is the value of a western auto Revelation Model 99 Pistol made by Western Auto Supply 9 shot 22 cal?
Western Auto Supply did not make guns, they bought enough of them from a company that did make guns to have their name put on them. 35-75 USD Any idea what value it is-who was the maker? One recently sold at online auction for $101, in good, usable condition. They were made by High Standard, as …best as I can determine by comparing them to known models. Value will vary by condition, location and market. (MORE)
As with any firearm, it is not possible to accurately appraise a gun without seeing it. Condition, and original configuration will determine value. Other factors such as rarity of caliber or guage and higher grades have significant impact on value. Recommend that you see a local gun dealer for an ap…praisal.. You can also do your own investigation by looking at other models being sold that are in the same condition as yours. Try the gunbroker.com or a periodical called "The Gun List". You can also reference the Blue Book of Gun Values which can be purchased on line at various retailers. (MORE)
Ruger.com has sn data. Check the auction sites for ones in the same age range.
I'm afraid that is like asking, "Does a car have a tape player?" It depends on the make and model. Personally, I have a Colt .22 Model 3 derringer and it does NOT have a safety. But, I cannot speak to the many other makes and models.
What is a navy arms pistol worth it was made by auberti and cgardone vt Italy 22 cal 4 shot gun that fits in palm of hand this gun is very old and not for sale was just wanting to know about gun.?
Uberti is known world wide for it's reproduction guns.This model that you have only looks old.Uberti is very good at this. . Go to any gun shop and ask to see their copy of The blue book of gun values .It would really surprise me if it is worth more than one hundred bucks. Sorry.
Without more of a description, you are looking at 5-50 USD. Davis made many of these derringers. Never expensive to begin with. You might be in the 100 USD range if it was NIB and differed from the run of the mill ones by finish, etc..
it has very little value. They were very cheap when new back in the 80's and they are of rather low quality. Having said that, it's better than nothing and it's better than some of hte cheap handguns being made today. Value to me $20 Value to some one who just wants a small gun to have around $50 t…o $100 (MORE)
The Armi San Marco brand is not as highly valued as the Uberti or Pietta guns, but still a very fine reproduction. Depending on the exact model and condition, they range from $125 and up. Guns with the brass frames tend to be at the low end, while a steel frame colt 1860 tends to sell in the $200 +/…- area. But the best way to determine actual value is to search the on-line auctions, such as gun broker and auction arms or even proxibid enter your details in the search and see what is selling and for how much. You can also search the archives and or sold items to get an idea of what your gun is selling for. Another place to look is The blue book of modern black powder values, available from midway USA and blue book publications as well as many of the other hunting and firearm stores. Also available to NRA members on - line for free on there web page. That will give you an idea of the general value. Guns tend to have some regional value too, say a Thompson Center Seneca may be worth a bit more in the north east than in the mid west, and a Ruger old army may sell higher in the northwest than the east coast. Don't forget condition has allot to do with value, and with black powder the bore is king. You may have a gun worth for example $500, but the same gun with a bad or rusted bore may only be worth $150 so compare apples to apples. (MORE)
There is no .25 Magnum. There IS a .22 magnum, made by Davis, and a .25 ACP. Value is about $50-$75.
The question can't be answered without a detailed descripton of all markings and the maker's name
WHAT IS MY GUN WORTH? . What is the condition of the metal? Bore,is it rusty, pitted, bluing, . What is the Condition of the wood? Gouged,dents,cracks,splintered . Are there any markings on the stock? P, SA/GHD, WRA/GHD, RIA, crossed cannon and belt,ect. . Is it complete? functional? . Has it… been sporterized? cutdown, altered in anyway? . Pictures help, boy do they help . GUN VALUES VERY. (MORE)
There were a few different models of 9 shot .22 revolver sold by Sears under the JC Higgins brand. Value would depend on exact model, but somewhere in the $200 range.
That would be Stevens A & T Co- Arms and Tools, Chicopee Falls MA. Stevens made a number of single shot pistols over the years. Among many- the No. 10 - which looks like a target auto- from 1919-1939, and the No. 35 Offhand, known as the "Tip-up" made from 1907-1939. There are many more- and entire …books on this subject. (MORE)
Check the on line auction sites for what they have sold for. Blue Book of Gun Values might have it listed.
TBI - "Trail Blazin Innovations" - is among several companies which carry and market blank ammunition. See related link 'TBI - blanks, blank ammo'
Basically impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, finish, condition, box, papers, engraving, accessories, type of action, sights, etc..
Lets See: Crosman, Benjamin, Challinger, Daisy, Kessler, Setra and Sharp. Along with the over 100 different manufactures of air rifles.
Most of these are swing barrel pistols- the barrel swings to one side. BEING CAREFUL TO POINT THE MUZZLE IN A SAFE DIRECTION- draw the hammer back to the half-cock notch. Grasp the top of the barrel (keeping fingers OFF the muzzle) and swing the muzzle to the left. The rear (breech) should swing to …the right. The extractor should pull the cartridge out of the chamber partially- pull it out with your fingers. IF YOU HAVE LITTLE EXPERIENCE WITH GUNS, DO NOT TRY THIS. Most gunsmiths will unload a firearm for little or nothing. Call one (they are in the phone book) wrap the pistol in newspaper, put it in a box, and take it to them. (MORE)
You never specified a make and model. You could be looking at anywhere from $30 - $150, all things dependent.
If the problem is nothing more than having to double strike the cartridge with the hammer to get the pistol to discharge the .22 cartridge, that is a really easy fix for any competent welder or gunsmith: you merely add metal to the hammer and then file or grind it down to the original shape--the ide…a is to lengthen the hammer so it strikes the cartridge with more force, as it originally did--and the fellow who stated "his gunsmith FIXED his so that now it requires 4 strikes to fire the gun; well, that gunsmith was NOT competent. Another option is, if the hammer is long enough, is to replace the hammer spring beneath the handles with stronger spring metal. Again, just get the same gauge metal and shape it to the original, as the original may have lost some of its "spring" due to age. One option or the other will definitely fix the gun, depending on whether the spring has weakened or the hammer has been beaten down until it is not sufficiently long enough to strike the cartridge. BOTH are very easy fixes. BigBob (MORE)
I have one of these also and wondered the value. Made in USA.PO6134 and Firearms IMP.EXP. Miami FL and Panzer stamped on gun.
$50-$100, depending on condition, FIE was not a manufacturer, but an importer, usually of lesser value German firearms in the 1950s-60s.
Please state the current condition of the pistol and is it still working? The 130 was made between 1953-70. Give it a rating, is it in Excellent, Very good, Good, Fair or Poor condition. Without more information it is not possible to give an estimate of value
Less than $100 for sure even if immaculate condition and in original box. If used you will be lucky if it's worth $50. Very poorly made, poor accuracy. Collectors look for occasionally due to unique firing mechanism, which was copied from a mossberg design.
Armi San Marco made many different model replica percussion revolvers. You would have to know what model revolver your have plus any markings on revolver.
Your Remington model No.4 rolling block single shot rifle will bring between 250-500 dollars for a model showing between 10%-60% of its original finish,and a good bore.This rifle was made from 1890-1933.production totals were 350,000 made during this time span.Yours was made toward the end of produc…tion as per your serial number. Almost certainly last year production being 1921 or later it will be date code stamped on the barrel, see related links for information on the Remington Society of America. (MORE)
The Butler 22 caliber single shot pistol was made by Derringer. The Derringer company was founded by Henry Derringer. Derringer pistols are the smallest handguns available and were most commonly used by women.
Check with a gunsmith. These were inexpensive guns to start, and there are not many sources for parts. Depending on the part, a smith may be able to make one, but the cost may exceed the value of the gun.