I never saw an AyA shotgun in a Sears catalog and I'd seriously doubt Sears ever sold them. Here's why. The AyA is a part for part direct copy of the English-made Purdey, which is one of the finest shotguns in the world. AyAs aren't cheap. Back in the '70s I saw an AyA double gun, field model, go for about $750. That's the last one I saw sold, so I don't know what their current value is. TexasCharley
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Aya does make some best-quality guns, primarily sidelocks, but they ALSO made the boxlock Matador series. The original Matadors were imported by Firearms International in the 1960's, then Sears imported a later version in the early 1970's. Relatively plain, unadorned gun but solid. Resale value in the $400-$600 range.
To complicate this a little more, I have to add that they sold a "J.C. Higgins" model 100 that was a very high quality gun with ejectors. They sell for $400 to $700 dollars today, and many experts believe they were produced to the standards of the Winchester model 21 or higher, and model 21 Winchesters sell for several thousands of dollars today, depending on model and condition.
HD Folsom did import shotguns from Belgium with the HJ STERLING brand name.
The 23rd edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values refers to Adco Sales Incorporated, located in Walburn, Mass. But AdCo had nothing to do with these shotguns. They import semi-automatic shotguns made in Turkey. Diamond Arms Co. was a trade name used by Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis, MO, on shotguns imported from Belgium c. 1880-WWI or made by Stevens and Iver Johnson of Fitchburg, Mass., from about 1900-1940.
http://www.atf.gov/ - This is the BAFTE website. You can research there. Depending on whether you are talking domestic made or import, the answer will vary.
He probably said Stoeger. I don't think they manufacture any guns, just import them from Europe and Japan. Dick's Sporting Goods sells them. You can probably find them in Garth's, Galen's, and Cabela's, too.
you can import svr playerrs
Import duty is technically defined as a tax on an import
1. how import duties can affect import/export business? 2. how import duties can affect potential business customers?
In some cases, many explicit import statements equal only one implicit import statement. Would you rather type this:import java.util.ArrayList;import java.util.List;import java.util.Collection;import java.util.LinkedList;import java.util.Queue;import java.util.HashMap;import java.util.Map;import java.util.PriorityQueue;than this:import java.util.*;Well, the first group of statements is functionally equivalent to the first one.
an example of an import is cotton
Spain import cars
They import gusies
about 84% of what we import are from USA
they import stuff
You can import all the mails into a Google Account. You have to go to settings and then import. From there you can import from other Accounts in yahoo, Hotmail etc.
Import means to bring in. It is a verb. Ex: The import(ed) goods have arrived.
Export is the main antonym for import. Import can sometimes be used as a short form of importance, so unimportance or irrelevance can be antonyms of import too.
what does Canadas import from Finland
import or export
what is export , import dociments
They import a lot of computers and Cars.
Import to where This is a worldwide site
yes tourism is an import
they import oil the most