If data has been published, you might be able to find out the date made and specific model.
Maker's use different dating codes.
Will have to be made. Semi-inletted stocks for Crescent Hammerless shotguns can be had for around $40, but require quite a bit of expert work to finish.
Not a lot of information. It was a trade name retailed (I believe) by H&D Folsom of New York City. The guns were made by Crescent, Crescent-Davis, and/or Stevens c. 1890-1940.
Your Knickerbocker shotgun was mad by the firm Cresent firearms Co.They were in business between 1880,s up till 1932.This firm made many shotguns under different hardware store names,of which yours is one.These were utility grade shotguns made for the general public and many farm owners of the day.there price was resonable for the working familiy,s of the time.
When was J J Weston Shotguns made
the knickerbocker was made by crescent arms Look under Crescent Tryon firearms
You might try Numrich (e-gunparts.com). If your Knickerbocker was made by Crescent, they can probably help, but if you have a Belgian-made gun probably not.
CBC for one Stoeger Condor and Uplander shotguns, also at least some Rossi shotguns
Yes.All Browning shotguns made prior to the year 1976 were Belgium made shotguns.
In 1847, found in "The Knickerbocker" magazine.