Navy arms co ridgefield NJ black powder 44 cal made in Italy 207499 what year it was made?
Navy Arms imported from a number of manufacturers over the years but most were from Pietta, The only number that fits from Pietta is 1995 manufacture #s 184657 - 210667 You can also look for a series of roman numerals or pair of letters stamped on the frame BF= 1995.
A.S.M. is for Armi San Marco, an italian factory making black powder firearms. Read More
not likely anyone keeps data on re-pro black powder pistols................ Read More
What is the value of a 50 cal black powder rifle made in Italy for Charles Daly serial number 106247?
most black powder rifles max out at $500 Read More
Read the markings on it. If it says Italy or Spain somewhere it is probably a reproduction. If it says BLACK POWDER ONLY, it is definitely a repro because they didn't know that smokeless powder was going to be invented. Read More
depending on condition $150 - $250 Read More
50-150 usd Read More
Black powder 44 cal. Limited Edition, 1 of 5,000. F.llipietta-made in Italy, #sg4784. What is the market price today? Thank you. Read More
such black powder revolvers are anywhere from $150 - $250, depending on condition Read More
make should be stamped on pistol Read More
10-125 usd Read More
44 cal new model army black powder pistol made in Italy serial number 068947 is this a gun used in the civil war in 1863 or is it a replica?
It's a replica. More replica black powder guns are made in Italy than anywhere else. I am not aware of any guns marked 'Made in Italy' being used in the Civil War. Read More
Yes it is made in Italy, if you are wanting to know value, they are selling used in the $125 range. Read More
Made in Italy. 50-150 USD Read More
HOT water and cloth brush. dry well before oiling. Read More
depending on overall condition $150 - $200 Read More
Black powder is much weaker than smokeless powder. Smokeless powder, for this reason, once invented(much after black powder), replaced black powder in guns. However, black powder is still used in fireworks because the extreme explosive power of smokeless powder would prove too dangerous in fireworks. Read More
$50 to $150 is what I have found on line Read More
What is the value of a investarm spa 25060 marheno Italy 54 black powder valrifle Serial number 247157?
0- 270 usd Read More
Anywhere from $50 to a few hundred $$, depending on which make, model, and condition. Read More
instruction manuals are available from investarm s.p.a.25060 Marcheno,Italy Read More
you can buy black gun powder at powderhouse.com Read More
What is it worth kentuckian black powder rifle made in Italy by armi sport 45cal percussion muzzel loader serial number 50024?
$650 at Auction Read More
Between $15-$40 depending on condition Read More
If Iodine turns black in the presence of starch what is the identity of the powder that turned black?
does not matter once the Powder has starch it turns black and the powder can be any color Read More
Black powder and smokeless powder are two totally different animals. For all intents smokeless is meant for loading cartridges and black powder is used for muzzle loading fire arms. Black powder can also be used in cartridge loads. You have heard terms referring to a gun in 45-70 on 38-20 or 44-40 calibers. Those numbers refer to the caliber (45) and the amount of black powder in the cartridge (70 grains) Smokeless powder should NEVER… Read More
Either FFFg black powder or Pyrodex P may be used. Read More
You may not possess #209 "shotshell" primers used by modern muzzleloaders. They are considered modern ammunition, which a felon may NOT possess anywhere in the US. I would suggest you check with the firearms section of the NH State Police. While a muzzleloader that uses loose powder and ball is exempt under Federal law, SOME states have stricter laws. Read More
Black powder, or a black powder substitute such as Pyrodex. Smokeless powder (modern gun powder) should not be used in a traditional muzzle loading firearm. Read More
The Barrett M82 doesn't use black powder - it uses modern smokeless powder. Read More
No published sn data Read More
Black powder gives the firework the explosive and launching abilities, different minerals within the powder gives the color. Read More
rM ROD FOR BLACK POWDER WEAPON Read More
No. Mosern .22 shorts are loaded with smokeless powder. .22 short black powder is loaded with just that - black powder. Smokeless powder develops higher pressures than black powder and should not be blindly used without some confirmation that the gun will handle the pressures. Consult a local gunsmith. Read More
Larger grain black powder, such a fG or ffG. Black powder substitutes, such as Pyrodex are not intended for use in propelling fireworks. Pyrodex R could be tried- rmember it is measured not by weight, but by volume. Read More
Black Powder. Read More
No, you do not need a permit for a black powder in NC. Read More
Black powder explodes. Flash powder burns extremely fast (that's why it "flashes") and can be dangerous if you don't handle it right. Read More