The T C Montgomery double barrel shotgun with double barrel hammers is valued at $75 in fait condition. In good condition its valued at $160.
what is the model 101.7 in 20 gauge worth
The barrel of this shotgun simply cannot be removed. It is screwed in and requires a barrel vice and the appropriate wrench. The trigger group can be removed by means of the pin at the back of the receiver, which would allow for easier access to the barrel, but this is a complicated process and is not recommended. Nothing can be removed from the J.C. Higgins Model 20 to help clean it, unfortunately.
It is a Stevens 311
$150-$250 depending on condition. Much less if it is rusty or broken, a little more if like-new.
Between 35-75 dollars,depending on overall condition.
There is a ammo clip for a J C Higgins shotgun model 58324 16 gauge. You can buy it as a replacement part.
16 gauge arm shotgun made in palmetto c. o. Philadelphia Pa
Made in Belgium by Simonis, Janssen, Dumoulin & Co. c. 1884-1905
Sears has a recall on some of their J C Higgins 12 ga and they will send you $165 just for the bolt if it is a bolt action shotgun. I had one and that's what they sent me.
I have seen them for $150-$300... they were the working mans shot gun...
made by savage/stevens model 311 in good or better condition abought 250 bucks
Just a general price
1915 c n Newport 12 gauge coach gun
The JC Higgins Model 20 was a slide-action shotgun, not a pistol. Is that the gun you have? email@example.com
what is a J C Higgins Model 583.9 20 gauge worth
The Essex trade name was used by Belknap Hardware of Louisville, KY. A double barrel was probably made by Crescent Fire Arms Co c. 1893-1930.
I own a Greenough dimascase forged barrel shotgun. I'm not familar with the stampted lam.
Early 1960's. There will be a two upper case letter assembly date code on the barrel. http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Shotguns.pdf
WILMONT GUN CO guns were made in Belgium from c.1880 to c.1915. Value is going to be low, with excellent examples under $400. Please do not attempt to fire the shotgun.
High Stadnard made the shotgun. Some parts are the same as the Higgins model 66. and a few parts are the same of the later High Stadnard Supermatic shotgun models See the parts lists at www.histandard.info