Make sure the gun is unloaded. Raise the bolt, then squeeze the trigger while pulling the bolt to the rear. I've never seen a bolt action where this didn't work.Answerlook on the left Sid of the barell and there should be a screw loosen it up and the bolt will slide out.
how much are they
Model 58 is an automatic not a bolt action
Mossberg, it is their M#85 ( I'm assuming that this is a bolt action shotgun).
Retail tops out at $120.
No age records, most likely a Mossberg shotgun, values $50-$75.
Standard 16 gauge shotgun shells.
remington wingmaster 16 gauge
it is not safe to fire 16 gauge shell in anything but a 16 gauge.No shells will interchange with other gauge guns since a 16 gauge shell would fit in a 12 gauge chamber, I would think you can do this.
The Sears Ranger 105-20 16 gauge shotgun came out in the 1930s. The Sears Ranger shotgun has a 26-inch barrel.
16 gauge - smaller selection of ammunition , Higgins - Sears tradename, Bolt -not a popular action. 3 strikes. Top value $125 if in nearly-new condition. More likely to bring $50-$75.
A 16 gauge shotgun is typically worth between $200 and $500 depending on the model. The condition of the shotgun also plays a large part in its actual value.
Actually the shotgun uses 16 gauge shells i have the same shotgun
563 14 is not a 12 gauge it is 16 gauge it was made in 1948 by high standard in good or better condition should bring between 50 and 125 bucks
The Browning Sweet 16 is a 16 gauge shotgun manufactured in Belgium. It uses a true 16 gauge barrel and as such is a wonderful shotgun. To a hunter this is a sweet weapon.
I bought one when I was in High School in 1947 or 1948
$50 to $100 depending on condition.
In very good shape about 100 dollars these are good shotguns enjoy it