i have a 16 gage
I bout one Android thay told me it was from 1959
A shotgun wound is caused by being the target of a shotgun. A shotgun is usually hundreds of tiny holes instead of one large one.
In most U.S. states there is no specific minimum age to shoot a shotgun (or any gun, for that matter) but there are laws regulating how old you have to be to purchase one, which is 18, at least in most states, for a shotgun.
Old stagecoaches had two people sitting on top of the carriage. One was the driver, the other carried a shotgun to defend against Indians and bandits. Riding beside the driver is riding shotgun.
I have one to and I was wondering the same thing.
Depending on the condition, I would pay 150.00 for one.
It comes from the old west, when people where ridding there wagons, one guy held the horse reigns, and other guy had a shotgun, watching out of Indians or raiders.
No. eating a shotgun is against the law, and you can never eat one. DO NOT eat a shotgun. it's illegal. you can only use one, but don't eat one.
A shotgun with a 12 gauge bore. Gun gauge is an old traditional measurement derived from the number of balls of the size to fit the gun that can be made from one pound of lead. A 12 gauge shotgun will have a bore of .729 inch (18.53 mm).
I have one that was new approx. 1969.
Blue Book of Gun Values can help. Most libraries have one.
Yes, an ultrasound will see the growth of the fetus and usually if they see the size of it, they can determine how old the little one is. Congratulations by the way!
To determine the exact value of a Pietro Berretta double barrel shotgun a number of factors would actually need to be taken into consideration. Most importantly, the condition of the shotgun.
Very little. I have one and the only thing I have found was that it was made in St. Louis, and it is a very well made shotgun. A Dr. I know that collects old high end doubles said that if he were to guess a auction value, he would say $3000.00
I have a Model 67h, The magazine holds 4 with one in the camber.
My Granddad has one. He needs a forend for it. Thats all I know. It's very old.
Miroku was making shotguns for different firearms Companies before Browning came along. Charles Daly was one of their biggest customers for shotguns. More info is needed to determine which gun you have. This is not a Browning serial number.
My Dad gave me one, new, when I was 12 years old. Just found it again in a closet in the old house in PA while I was visiting. This one is 57 years old!
I got one in 1970. I'm not sure how long they had been selling before that.
One or two, depending on how many barrels the shotgun has.
you look at the craters and if one is under another it is older and the one on top is newer.
In most places you must be 18 to purchase one. But it's up to your parents to determine when you can have one.
I have one that I received when I was a boy, early teens, and I am 47 yrs old now, so mine is about 34 yrs old. We still use it!
Of course they can. A shotgun is one of the most powerful firearms on the open market