Depending on its condition, a Winchester model 1901 10 gauge lever action shotgun could be worth around $2,0000. In lesser condition it is still worth $500-$800.
Winchester made a Model 1887 lever-action shotgun from 1887 - 1899. Norinco currently makes a reproduction of the Model 1887.
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Rifle or shotgun? What type of action; bolt, pump, semiauto, lever? What caliber or gauge?
You did not tell us what MAKE your shotgun is. The two 1895s that come to mind are a lever action Winchester RIFLE, and a Davenport shotgun, which had a prominent release lever right behind the hammer.
Depends on the condition. Give you an idea 0-1500.
What you have is a Model 1885 Single Shot (high-wall) shotgun that was manufactured in the year 1913.
Your Winchester model 1887 lever action shotgun in 10 gauge will bring between 675-1,600 dollars based on it having between 10%-60% of its original finish remaining.The higher the finish percentage the higher the value.The 10 gauge shotgun began at serial number 22148.
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well if you mean as in lever action there is winchesters with lever action ive seen a 10 gauge Winchester with lever action its a fine piece of wor i wish i could have shot it
A PIG TAIL IS THE LEVER ON THE TOP OF THE GUN TO OPEN THE ACTION
There was/is no such thing as a 1940's vintage Winchester lever-action .410. Winchester did make a slide-action (pump) .410 shotgun called the Model 42 during the 1940s.