I don't know, but why don't you ask the company? H&R 1871/New England Firearms
Yes. At their website it tells you what to do.
I have one that I would sell.
Should be marked on the barrel
Not anymore but I hear you can take a 1300 barrel and have gas ports added and that should work.
At this time no,there are not any available.You could have a model 1300 slug barrel redone and have the gas ports added to this barrel.Then it will work fine in your model 1400 Winchester shotgun.
i need some info the on marlin 512 cockmaster
Most firearms have the model number/name stamped on the receiver or barrel of the firearm in question.
The exact value of a Davidson firearms 16 gauge double barrel model 63 is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the condition and age of the firearm.
Depends on model and condition- not enough info to answer.
Marlin Firearms Co.
$100-$200, depending on model and condition
Yes, I don't think you should have a problem, but your pattern may not be consistent.
try numerich or brownells Brownells has a good selection. Try http://www.brownells.com/
Just guessing- New England Firearms shotgun? If so, the answer is no. There ARE NEF rifles that can be fitted with a shotgun barrel, but not the other way. The frames for the shotguns will not withstand the higher pressures from a rifle cartridge.
$400 to $800 usd
You can shoot a rifled slug out of a smooth bored barrels only. You want to have an improved or modified choke on when shooting a rifled slug. It helps the rotaion and accuracy of the slug. Never use a rifled slug in a rilfed barrel. You could destroy your gun if the rilfing in the gun and slug do not match. This is not a gamlbe I am willing to take with any of my guns.
Try e-gunparts.com, MidWest Gun Works, Shotgun News, gun show, gun shop.
No, as long as you use rifled slugs, sabots are for rifled barrels. Some people will say that a slug will harm a full choke barrel, I have shot them out of a full choke Remington model 10 for years with no damage, I don't think I would do it out of a xx-full choke though.
go to: Marlinfirearms.com and pose the question to them
50-100 USD or so
Take a look here:http://www.e-gunparts.com/productschem.asp?chrMasterModel=1560z88To the best of my knowledge the model 88 receiver is identical regardless of chambering, so any of the barrels should work.
I have a 60 with a poly-choke, and the manual says slugs can be shot out of it, as long as you open the choke to "cylinder". By "newer slugs" do you mean sabots? I'd be very careful. I'm pretty sure sabots for shotguns were not in existence when the JC HIggins model 60 was first manufactured (mid 1950's), so it's probably an "unknown". A rifled slug will spin even when fired out of a smootbore (your model 60 has a smoothbore). Sabots require a rifled barrel to create spin.(your model 60 does NOT have a rifled barrel). If it were me, I would NOT chance shooting sabots out of a model 60. I checked my manual for my Model 60. Page 11, at the bottom, reads "The Model 60 handles lightest trap, skeet loads...heavy field loads...2 3/4 magnums...even rifled slugs." Page 5, at the bottom, reads "With the CHOKE CONTROL in 'Cylinder' position that Model 60 becomes the most accurate shotgun on the market for shooting rifled slugs." A word of caution: I don't know if today's rifled slugs are the same as the 1950's rifled slugs. So, if you choose to shoot slugs out of your 60, do so at your own risk. I use my model 60 for shooting lead shotgun shells at pheasants. A great, light-kicking gun. Be safe. take1a
Would have been made c.1900-1920 by the Crescent Firearms Co.