Several manufacturers made Western Field shotguns for Montgomery Wards. You would have to identify the exact model.
Stevens made 41 different models of shotguns before 1930.Are you looking for a specific model of stevens shotgun?
The steel is stronger, but that doesnt nescesarilly mean its better
American Arms imported Spanish shotguns manufactured by Zabala Hermanos, Lanber, and Indesal. Italian shotguns were also imported and mfg. by Stefano Fausti (Models Silver, Waterfowl, and Turkey Special).
Ted Williams shotguns were made by Ithaca and sold thru Sears. Some of this model were made by Bolito of Brazil and will have "Brazil" stamped on the receiver.
No. Remington shotguns are made in the USA.
One of the models that Winchester made in 1982 was the model 94 shotgun. The model 70 was also made in 1982.
There are many different models of Browning shotguns that were made in Belgium by the Fabrique Nationale manufacturing plant in Liege/Herstal. The oldest of which is the Auto-5 Automatic Shotgun which began in 1903. Some Superposed shotguns are still made there.
Remington has made many thousands of 12 gauge shotguns in dozens of different models/configurations.
Barton & co shotguns were made in Liege, Belgium.
When was J J Weston Shotguns made
Exactly how is the gun marked so we can identify what you actually have. email@example.com
Oxford Arms Company was a trade name used by the Crescent Firearms Company on shotguns made for the Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville, Kentucky, c. 1890-1920. It will not have a serial number. I have an Oxford 16 gauge side-by-side. It has a serial number. Take the barrels off and it is in the slot that holds the barrels. Sorry, Danny, I should have said it MAY not have a serial number. Even if there is one, There are no records available to date these old utility grade shotguns.
Would need to know exactly how the gun is marked. Montgomery Ward's did not manufacture shotguns, but they did sell shotguns made for them by various makers.
There were many models of shotguns being made in 1970. Please be more specific
The Sears Ted Williams Model 300, semi-auto, shotguns were made by Winchester. The Sears 300 is the same as the Winchester Model 1400.
It may not have one. Assuming yours is a break-action shotgun, they were made by Crescent. Crescent made over 2 million shotguns under about 425 different trade names (American was the name used for guns made for Sears). Shotguns were not required by law to HAVE a serial number until 1968, and your gun was made well before the, HOWEVER- if there is a serial number, it is likely found on the portion of the frame that is covered by the breech end of the barrels. Remove the barrels, and look at the part of the frame that they concealed.
Wooden barrels are made by a Cooper, and that is largely a hand craft. Steel barrels are made in a sheet metal shop, as this workplace is called, and this process is fully automated.
There were 2 distinct models of the Browning double auto shotguns made.the first models were the standard double auto,and light weight double auto shotguns which were made from 1952-1960.The second set were the twelvette double auto,and the twenty weight double auto.These were made from 1957-1971.The letter combination prefix of 3A would suggest that your Browning shotgun nwas made in the year 1963,which would make it the second set of shotguns mentioned.I hope that you find this info informative.
Made in Turkey.
CBC for one Stoeger Condor and Uplander shotguns, also at least some Rossi shotguns
The use of damascus barrels on guns began to decrease pretty rapidly after 1900, although they were still fairly common up until the start of WWI. If you have a breech loading gun with damascus barrels it will probably date from 1875 - 1910. Most damascus barrels on U.S. guns seem to have actually made in Belgium. There is a lot of debate as to whether any damascus barrels for shotguns were actually made in the U.S. It seems likely there may have been small numbers produced in the U.S. However, Belgium had a large gunmaking trade at the time, with a lot of barrel makers specializing in damascus barrels, so it was generallly cheaper to import them than to make them.
A cooper is a person who makes barrels.
Yes.All Browning shotguns made prior to the year 1976 were Belgium made shotguns.
the 1928 is just an improved verson of the 1921 model. they made about 5 or6 different 1928 models or grades. the 1921 model was made from 1921 to 1928 with about 13000 guns made. they are worth about$350 in exc. to $150 poor grade. The Model 28 was called "an improved version of the Model 21", so the differences should not be dramatic.