1876 westly Richards boxlock what is it worth?
Depends on if it is sidelock or boxlock. Generally, 1916-1948. email@example.com
Your shotgun will range in price from 1,325 dollars-3,000 dollars for a shotgun with between 10%-50% of its original finish remaining,good wood,and a good set of bores.
Type of firearm action
A sidelock shotgun is exactly as it sounds. The locks are on the side of the stock instead of inside the action. A box lock has the hammer, sears, springs etc inside the action itself, side locks are primarily separate. They are attached to the action on the back and sides of it in the wood and the hammer, sears springs etc are contained therein. They can be detached without removing the action from the stock.
yes it does
They refer to the type of action.
Before a value can be assessed,we must start with a more detailed description of your shotgun then you have provided.Please include the barrel length,any engraving present and where on the shotgun.Also include all inscriptions on the barrels,receiver,and boxlock action.Describe the overall condition of your shotgun including the finish remaining on the barrels and wood.The Baker shotguns were considered a American best grade shotgun.The Baker gun and Forging Company started out in 1877 thru 1888 as a venture with L.C. Smith.they made hammerless and hammer guns all the way up till 1930.these fine made guns can bring a high price if all correct and in good shape.You may want to consider having your shotgun appraised if in good condition.
John - The Nitro Special name was used by J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co. You didn't tell us what kind of a shotgun it is, but I suspect it is a break-open breech single shot or double barrel. It may have side-hammers, or a boxlock with rear hammers or a hammerless boxlock and the barrel(s) may be either laminated or fluid steel. All those things and the condition of the gun will affect the value. It MIGHT be worth $250 if it is a good to very good boxlock with fluid steel barrels or less than $10 for any variation in broken/worn out/rusted condition.
94 years old, +/- 20. If twist steel barrels and side hammers, more likely (but not absolutely) prior to WWI. If fluid steel and a boxlock (back hammers or hammerless) ALMOST certainly after c. 1905.
BOXLOCK MODEL- 12 or 20 ga., standard model with light engraving.Grading100%98%95%90%80%70%60%$3,000$2,600$2,300$1,950$1,600$1,300$995
No one Mossberg shotgun. Tell us what you have, we may be able to answer.
Well i don't think so as i think fmj will only work on the assualt rifle not the shotgun
Will need to know exactly how the shotgun is marked, sidelock or boxlock, what gauge, etc. Lefever went through several changes, ending up as part of Ithaca. firstname.lastname@example.org
A 12 gauge boxlock, double barrel shotgun with 30" barrels, double triggers, and extractors. Blued with a silve finished receiver and a checkered walnut stock. Discontinued in 1967. Exc VG Good Fair Poor 500 450 375 250 150 serial number c26613 excellent condition
By opening up or constricting.
yes, it should work. if you go to midwayusa.com, they sell it as fitting either shotgun. dont try to fit a 1100 extension on though, i just got one and it doesnt fit the 1300...
5 kills with the shotgun. The shoot and hit combo is supposed to work, too.
Davidson Firearms of Greensboro NC imported shotguns in about the mid 1960s. ABOUT $150-$200, depending on exact model and condition. Nice boxlock guns from Eibar Spain.
It throws out a wall of eather lead or steel pelts in a vairing aray of gropings depending on the choke in ur shotgun
The trigger on a cannon breach shotgun works by releasing the hammer when the shooter is ready to fire. This strikes a firing pin when in turn ignites the gun power in the shell casing.
This Double barrel / sxs hammerless boxlock shotgun was made by Hunter Arms in Fulton, New York in the 20's and 30's. It was a cheap costing shotgun made to the same standards as L.C. Smith shotguns. Not much is written on the Ranger , but they were made in 12, 16, 20 and 410 ga. Hope this helps Rick
The best information I have suggests 1920-1932.
I'll go out on a limb and guess that this is Fredrick Williams, an English gun maker from 1873 to 1929. Wouldn't know if he was a top-tier maker of custom guns worth thousands or a jobber cranking out utility pieces, but probably somewhere between and the value will depend on the gleam it creates the buyer's eye.