One might recognize the two names Browning and Remington. They still make 16 gauge shotguns, as do a few other manufacturers.
The answer to your question is Yes! 16gauge shotguns and shotshells are still made.
There are currently (12-29-07) several western arms Ithaca 12 ga. shotguns listed on Gunbroker. The price ranges are $895 - $925. My grandfather left me his when he passed. It was made in 1936 and is still to this day the best shooting shotgun I own.
Side-by-side shotguns are still manufactured.
no they do not
The FN Custom Shop is still making High Grade Over/Under Shotguns. Contact Browning for details
Winchester Repeating Arms Company does not still make shotguns. The company was founded in 1866 by Oliver Winchester and was defunct on March 31, 2006.
Yfes, the company has reorganized after bankruptcy a few years ago, is now in Ohio. They manufacture a first-class Model37 pump in several configurations, in 20 and 12 gauge. The shotguns are all American-made, with fine machine work and very good quality. Worth a look.
no they are still secondarys
Your westernfield model 550Al was made by mossberg for the montgomery wards co.(westernfield).These shotguns are still being made and are quite popular.I would check at mossberg,s site.The model designation for your wards shotgun made by mossberg is the mossberg model 500.
The only way is to replace the whole trigger but it will still have a hair trigger
They are still being made
Parts for an American Gun Company shotgun will only be found as part of another shotgun. Haunt the local gunshows for one that is being parted-out. As for the gauge (not caliber), did you mean "bigger than a 410"? There have been 24, 28, and 32 gauge shotguns made. Of these, only the 28 is still available in the US, but I believe 32 gauge shells may still be commercially loaded in Europe.
Between $200 and $500 depending on model and condition. They are the most popular shotguns out there and thousands have been and are still being made. The real value is in owning the best pump gun made!
They didnt. The Superposed and Liege shotguns are still made in Belgium. Auto-5's were moved to Japan in 1976.
I have a circa 1874 W.W. Greener double barrel shotgun. It was made in Birmingham England. It has double hammers with nice engraving. Greener shotguns are still produced today but in limited numbers.
The Western Field shotgun was sold by Montgomery Ward and made by Mossberg. Made around 1964. I inherited one that is in mint condition and still fires. It is a 410 single barrel 150c shotgun.
ERA shotgunsA line of shotguns made in Brazil by E. R. Armentina. These guns were or still are made for the shotgun manufacturer Stoeger who is now owned by Benelli.
Yes, but the overall capacity is still limited by the 12 gauge wire at 20A.
Yes try hushpower .410 12 & 20G
Which model? Browning has been making shotguns since 1903 and still is.
An alternator does not need a gauge to work. It is used to monitor the output of the alternator.
No its in the eastern Europe but still the western hemisphere.
Yes, Robert Murphy still plays for western bulldogs.