$50 to $250, 12 gauge is the least most valuable.
The single-shot Stevens (made by Savage) Model 94 shotguns will bring anywhere from $40 to $185, depending on condition and gauge. The .410 is the most valuable, the 12-gauge the least, with the 20-gauge and 16-gauge falling in between. In good condition, a 20-gauge might bring $75 to $125 at a gun show. That means reasonably clean metal and no cracks in the wood.
If it's a Stevens, these old guns aren't rare, and as gauge gets bigger, price seems to get smaller. A 12-gauge in average shape isn't worth much more than $75, and can often be had for $50. The .410 equivalent is worth at least $25 more in same condition.
$50-$150, depending on model and condition.
the least count of screw gauge is 0.01mm OR 0.001cms..
Least count of micrometer screw gauge is found by dividing the pitch of screw gauge by total number of lines on the circular scale.
I am not sure, but I hope at least $75 dollars because that is what I paid for one today. Fair condition at best. Brought it home and shot it and was not extremly impressed.
The Hiawatha Model 130 is a variation of the Stevens Model 30 and was manufactured from 1933 to 1934. It is worth $100 to $200 depending on the overall condition
One recently sold on Gunbroker for $175 plus s/h in very good condition. I'd say at least $75-$100 in used working condition.
0.01mm is least count for both .
It is 1.
The Stevens Maynard Junior was manufactured 1902 to 1912. It was a flimsy little gun with a particularly weak wrist, so not many have survived. Today, one in poor condition might bring $100. One in excellent condition would be at least $300.
1847 is kinda rare for a U.S.A Coin... If it is worn out pretty bad, but you can tell it is from the United States and the date on it is 1847, then about $40... If it is at least in pretty good condition, (not absolutely perfect), it is worth $100... If it is in just about, barely from brand new like, perfect condition, it would be worth $125...
The least number is -6710. That gives the sum as 6710 + (-6710) = 0, which is a perfect square.The least positive number is 14.
Your time can be worth from 3 dollars to 35 dollars depending if it is in perfect condition. Mercury dimes are worth at least ten times their face value.
At least 20 USD and as high as 2,000 USD for perfect condition.
What part use in manifaturing height gauge? Whet are the L.C? tks. manesh
the screw gauge is an instrument which is used to measure length of an object.... the least count of an screw gauge can be found as follow.... l.c= pitch of the screw gauge no of divisions on main scale
The Companion should be a single shot "folding" shotgun without an exposed hammer. It was probably the least expensive Beretta shotgun made and retailed (at least in the 1970s) for around $150. Most common were 12 gauge and 20 gauge models, but 28s and 410s are around too. This is the same gun as the model FS-1.