I just got a western field 410 shotgun and wondering the value of It
Around $100 depending on condition.
Approx 10 inches
R.Dale,I'll Give you what I know: LeFever Nitro Specials are not Manufactured By Dan Lefever. They are made by Ithaca. Ithaca bought out The Lefever Arms Co. in 1922. Starting with serial #100000 in 1922 and ending in 1947 with #361199. These #'s encompass all Bores putting yours approx. 1946.No Manufacture during WWII. Unfortunatly, 12ga. are not extremely rare. I bought one in good to very good cond. Aug of 2002 for $400.00.A great book for Lefever history is "Uncle Dan Lefever, Master Gunmaker" by Robert Elliot..Travis.AnswerFrank - You didn't ask a question? Luckily, I have the WikiAnswers crystal ball this weekend, so I know you want to know when your shotgun was made and what it is worth today. Same source says the answers are "about 1940" and "$300-$400".
Without knowing who made it, the gauge and action type, can't help.
I have one that was new approx. 1969.
100-450 or more depending on specifics
You will need to check your serial number again.Winchester serial numbers for the Model 1897 shotgun only go as high as 1,024,700.
Being a sxs its approx gun value is $350.00I
168 pounds (approx 76 kg)
somewhere between 150-300 depending on condition
You will need to include the model number and the serial number to give you a answer to your question.
Approx 484,294 Cars without Radios. England World Record.
approx. 1924 according to website: http://marauder.homestead.com/model97sn.html
Made by CBC (Companhia Brasileira de Cartuchos), sold through FIE in Miami (they went out of business in 1990) Manufactured approx 1970-73 Inexpensive shotgun, worth maybe $75 if in good condition....
if it is a Montreal it will have been made in the seventies, value approx 500 pounds or 750 Us,,
450-600 dollars,depending on condition,and a decent bore.
The Browning light 20 which was introduced in 1958 is selling for between 460-650 dollars for a shotgun with between 60%-90% original condition and a good bore.
Assuming it is all original and in very good or better shape, approx. $ 500.
11/0 is approx 1108/0 is approx 406/0 is approx 12Cubes are approx 12Delicas are approx 200Drops are approx 20Traiangle 5 are approx 14Triangle 8 is approx 45Triangle 10 is approx 60
Well there is no Remington Model 12 shotgun, a model 12 is a 22 lr, they did make a smoothbore but it would have said so. A smoothbore model 12 is rare and valuable but I doubt that's what you have if it doesn't say smoothbore it's probably shot out.
With the serial number that you have supplied,your Winchester model 1897 pump action 12 gauge shotgun was made in the year 1909.