If you have a Model 30 pump shotgun, the barrel is not intended to be removed by the user. To do so requires specialized tools such as a receiver block and a barrel wrench. You can clean and lube the shotgun with the barrel attached to the receiver. Contact Savage Arms Customer Service and get an owner's manual for your shotgun.
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Yes, but beware that many blank shells contain corrosive gun powder. Clean your shotgun after firing blanks to avoid pitting your barrel.
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.
Depending on condition, it should be worth about $200 to $500 in 2012. Typically, these sell for about $250--$450 in good, clean shootable condition.
anywhere from $250 to $1200. a mildly used shotgun like the model 12 with no scratches and very good bluing that has a clean barrel would fetch about $$800.
Clean the barrel.
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That depends entirely on what gun you are trying to clean. Some rifle, pistol, and shotgun barrels come off for cleaning and some are fixed to the receiver and must be cleaned in place. Get disassembly instructions for the gun.
Your LaClede shotgun was produced from 1890 to 1930 under the Cresent firearms Company of New York. This gun is only only worth a little over 200 dollars depending on the condintion and is not an intrest to gun collectors at this time. It has a damascus barrel, made in Belgum, and cannot be fired with the shot shells of today because the barrel is weak and has a high possibility of bursting when fired. For your own safety you should not attempt to fire this gun. Clean it up and hand it on the wall like me.
You can clean it, but you cannot remove the pits. If it is badly pitted, you will need to have a gunsmith bore and reline the barrel or replace it.