Hunter Arms Co was the maker of the famous LC Smith shotguns in Fulton, NY, from 1890-1945. The company began as Hunter & Comstock Arms Co in 1888 and was acquired byin 1945. "Hunter", "The Hunter", and "Nitro Hunter" were used as trade names by lower quality manufacturers.
The Hunter Arms Co. of Fulton, NY introduced the 'Fulton' in 1915 as a less expensive version of the L. C. Smith, a side lock style side by side double barrel. The 'Fulton' was a box lock style side by side double.
its a 1910 16 gauge not a 12
what is 20 gauge shotgun with kk worth
why would you be asking this question unless your a police officer and or hunter
These two terms refer to the distance between rail tracks.The most common rail gauge in the world is standard gauge, also called Stephenson gauge, which is 1435 mm between the tracks. Approximately 60% of the railways in the world are standard gauge.Narrow gauge is anything narrow than this, broad gauge is anything wider.Common narrow gauges are:metre gauge (1000 mm) cape gauge (1067 mm or 3 ft 6 in).Common broad gauges are:Russian gauge (1520 mm) Irish gauge (1600 mm)Iberian gauge (1668 mm)Indian gauge (1676 mm)
Anyone who wants to know how much rain has fallen will use a rain gauge. So, gardeners, farmers, meteorologists, campers and hikers; anyone who wants to know how wet the ground is.
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.
No, you can not shoot anything but 12 gauge shotgun shells through a 12 gauge shotgun. Never use any ammunition other than what the firearm was designed for.
Hunter version, around $500.00 in very good condition.
Crescent Fire Arms Company was the manufacturer of the Nitro Hunter shotgun. It was as an exclusive in-house brand of Belknap Hardware in Louisville.
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.
Depends on who made itl.
MOST I HAVE FOUND ARE FROM $100-$200---LET ME KNOW IF IT IS FOR SALE
You need to call Browning.
I have one that was my Grandfathers. Never been able to find out anything about it. Anyone know the History. One person told me it may have been sold by Montgomery Ward, but they were not sure.
Yes, and they still do make a BPS 10ga. Wood stocks are the Hunter Model
50-150 USD depending on condition
İ have a lighthouse figure under written depos, 12 gauge around ww1
Your browning gold hunter standard grade shotgun is valued at between 250-375 dollars if it has between 60%-90% original finish and a good bore.
12 gauge wire is used for household plugins, and 14 gauge wire is used for lights. So, 12 gauge is the size to use. But since a freezer has an electric motor, it is best to not plug anything else with a motor into the same circuit.
I have such a gun. Mine is a 16 gauge single barrel. I do no know the manufacture date but I believe that they were made for the Emmons-Hawkins Hdwe. Co. which at one time was a large hardware supply store located in Huntington. Mine does not have the date of manufacture on it. I believe it to be in excess of 100 years old in that it belonged to my grandfather.
Trade name, 50-100 USD
Place the rain gauge in an open area (far from trees or buildings or anything that could interfere with rain falling on it. At regular intervals read the gauge record the amount with the date and time and empty the rain gauge.
yes, you can use just about anything as long as it is the right size gauge.
CAAN YOU TELL ME IF MY GUN IS WORTH ANYTHING
CS Shattuck was in operation from 1878 to 1908. I can't measure the bore from here, but it is probably a 12 gauge, but during that time range anything from 8 to 32 gauge is possible.