it is a Mossberg
Depends on which model/manufacturer.
1890-1930 or so
Not that I'm aware of. Probably because there are no ammunition manufacturers making 3-1/2 inch long, 20 gauge shotgun ammo.
I would need to know the manufacturer of your 77B shotgun to be of any help to you.
Give more info (model number) and ask again.
Contact the manufacturer (or a main distribution agent) and quote the serial number
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Stevens made for Sears Roebuck
Mossberg, it is their M#85 ( I'm assuming that this is a bolt action shotgun).
Mossberg and sons is the manufacturer of your western field model M550ABD,shotgun.The Mossberg model 500 is the same shotgun.
Yes. The Mossberg 500A1 is a .12 gauge shotgun.
A bolt action shotgun in 12 gauge.
Yes, a 12 gauge shotgun is considered a firearm.
There is no such shotgun gauge.
What is the value oof a .410 gauge shotgun
Standard 16 gauge shotgun shells.
The Imperial was manufactured by Baker Gun and Forging Company, 1896-1919. (You'll have to hold it a little closer to the screen so I can see what gauge it is.)
$50-$100, depending on exact manufacturer and condition.
It is a shotgun with 20 gauges.
No, you can not shoot anything but 12 gauge shotgun shells through a 12 gauge shotgun. Never use any ammunition other than what the firearm was designed for.
The gauge of a shotgun is directly related to the size of the barrell. In the cases of shotguns the sizes going from biggest to smallest for 'standard' (not all) shotguns is. 10 gauge, 12 gauge, 16, gauge, 20 gauge, and a .410 bore shotgun (410 is not a gauge but a caliber)
a 12 gauge shotgun can shoot about 30 yards accuracy