Double barreled shotguns brands?
Winchester, Browning, LeFever, Adamson, Purdy, Greener, etc..
All brands were used. Shotguns, all of them, got the nickname "Coach guns" because they were carried on stagecoaches. A double-barreled shotgun was the preferred shotgun of the stage guard because it was hard to hit a bandit riding a horse while you were riding on top of a stage with running horses. The Shotgun gave a wide pattern of shot making it easier to hit your moving target.
As is the case for all guns, condition and workability is paramount. The Senator was manufactured by Antonio Zoli in Italy. It is a fairly basic O/U with double triggers, extractors only, and fixed chokes, often bored full and modified. They are not bad shotguns, but nowhere nearly the quality equal to fine shotguns by Beretta, Browning, etc. Depending upon condition, fair to excellent, $200 to $450 would be a reasonable retail value range. Sears…