Crosman still supports this model and has parts. See the links below.
No. I have one of these rifles and have been trying to track down some info on them, to no avail.have spoken to both springfield and savage and neither had info on this gun.Have you tried Numrich gun parts corp?They may be found on the web.I would also look at gunbroker.com.Look under gun parts,and look at E-bay they can still list and sell gun parts depending upon your needs.
The US model 1898 Krag Jorgenson rifle was chambered for the 30-40 krag cartridge.These are still loaded by remington arms company.
Crosman still has some parts available for this model. See the link below.
You can still order 1077 parts from Crosman in New York. See the parts and owners manuals link below. Then contact Crosman Customer service and order your parts.
Your Springfield model 1873 rifle which was made in the year 1883 will generally bring between 650-1,000 dollars,depending on the overall condition of your rifle.This is assuming that it is still in a all military finish,and has a bore that is in good condition.
Crosman still had parts available for this rifle. They also have, on their web page, a link to all their parts and manuals. try http://www.crosman.com/airguns/service/manuals
Marlin still manufactures the model 60 so you should be able to get parts directly from their service department. Here is a link to the model 60 on their web site. At the bottom of the linked page you can download a free user manual for your rifle. http://www.marlinfirearms.com/Firearms/SelfLoading/60.asp
I have a 12 ga 67F, 28" modified that I bought in a pawn shop in 1973. Still shoots great after thousands of rounds. I paid $65 for it then.
Your rifle is a Mossberg 800A. Some parts may be available from Mossberg, some are available for gunpartscorp thru their website, and some may be available thru havlinsales at their website. Good luck!
In order to get an estimate of value I need to know the model number, the condition of the rifle and is it still working?
There are several variations of this rifle model 760. I suggest you contact Crosman corp. They still have some parts available Go to www.crosman.com and contact "customer service."
that rifle is actually a Winchester mod.131try numrich arms for parts. this was the first gun i ever owned.got it in 1976 or so. still have it.always will...good luck Dave retzlaff two rivers wi.
What model. Its still in production.
this rifle was made by savage and springfield from about 1938 to 1945 average price for a shooter is $50 to $100 not a very sought after rifle! tony f. It was made by Savage under the Springfield name and was last made in 1948.....at that time sears sold it for 40 bucks..........2009 and still hitting dimes at 30 yards!
Crosman still has parts for this rifle. contact Crosman at the link below (Customer service) and order the parts you need.
Remington discontinued the Model 760 rifle at the end of 1982 and introduced the Model 7600, Model 76 (cheaper version) in 1983. Yes, it is still being made.
Crosman still has parts for this model. See the links below for Customer Service Contact and all the Crosman parts and Owners manuals online. BTW it's an Air Rifle not an Air gun.
Crosman still has the parts manual for all it's rifles. On the home page click on "Download a Manual." Crosman owns Benjamin. see the link below
They are available at www.ammoclip.com for $25 You can order it from gunpartscop.com part#: 115610C for $17.65 mine just showed up yesterday UPS
Check the Remington Society page here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/service Also e-gunparts.com
About $75-80.00. The reason for this is these guns are common and many where made. Almost all parts are still available through sites such as http://www.gunpartscorp.com
If you know who made it, and they are still in business, probably.