It won't fall over as easily if it is stored muzzle up but you will want to cover the muzzle to keep dirt and insects from going into the bore.
Go to a used replica rifle store. Or a pawn shop :/
That is the correct spelling of the trademark name "Cracker Barrel" (a convenience store).
Proofhouse.com has a store brand chart. Find out who made the rifle for Sears and then start looking at gun shows, gun shops, the internet, place want ads, etc..
There's a Crate & Barrel store in Boca Raton, FL that has the fabric.
Probably a barrel.
Crate & Barrel coupons are valid for any item in the store for the most part. The only time they are not is if it specifies the item on the coupon.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store's population is 65,000.
A replacement barrel for a J. Stevens Arms C20-A shotgun can be found at a local gun/firearms store. If the replacement barrel is not available on site, ask if the store can order it for you.
It depends on which store you work for
If it is stuck in the barrel, you will have to get a .177 cleaning rod to push it back out. You can purchase cleaning rods from most any large sporting goods store like Basspro or Cabelas.
The number of gallons of whiskey in a barrel varies and depends on the size of the barrel. Generally, whiskey barrels store 53 gallons of whiskey.
There are several different designs. Spring: when you cock the rifle is compresses a spring in an air tube. When you fire, it releases the spring and the spring forced air out of the tube and this fires the BB out of the barrel. C02; A C02 cylinder holds gas and each time you pull the rigger some gas is released into the chamber behind the BB and this gas fires a BB out of the barrel. Air: You have to pump the gun or rifle with an onboard pump several times to store compressed air in a chamber. When you pull the trigger it releases the air and this fires the BB out of the barrel.
ASk a gun store how they ship.
Used to store liquids such as water, wines and liqours.
Depends on the store.
Is this a Shotgun you are asking about? If so, here is some information that may help you. How to break it open: With the rifle closed and facing straight up pointed at the ceiling, reach under the barrel where the wood grip (Forearm) ends at the top. There is enough room to put your finger between the wood grip and barrel. Give the grip a tug away from the barrel and it should spring free. Remove it. Then break the barrel open and it will separate from the stock. Under the barrel you will find the serial number and possibly the model number. You will also find the serial number in the wood forearm grip that you just removed and in the stock hinge. Replace in reverse order. History of J Stevens:1884 J Stevens & Company (Started) 1888 J Stevens Arms & Tool Company (Changed Name) 1920 taken over by Savage Arms Company. If you find the model number re-post the queston again. You can try looking up rifle in (2008 Standard Catalogue of Firearms 18th edition) in a book store.
Oil can, oil drum, or barrel.
It depends on which store
Most likely a store brand. Proofhouse.com has a store brand chart that might help
Take it back to the store where you bought it or contact the maker
A takedown rifle works byÊits name: aÊrifle that you can take down. It is a rifle that can be taken apart so that its length is reduced by about half and is easier to store, pack, travel with, and hide.
Your best resource is a local gun store or sporting goods store.