Cherokee Arms Company: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for C.M. Mclung and Company of Knoxville, Tennessee. Folsom was a large retail/wholesale sporting goods dealer. The actual manufacturer would be either Crescent Firearms (a subsidiary company of Folsom) or one of several Belgian companies.
50-250 USD or so
50-100 US Dollars
This is a place to ask about SMITH and WESSON firearms. 25-50 USD
50-200 USD or so
$50 to $75. These were very crude, low cost firearms of no particularly high quality.
The population of Chiappa Firearms is 50.
No more than 50 USD
Depending on condition, $50-$125. They are not high dollar firearms, but durable, reliable, and well made.
About $50. These are not high quality collectable firearms.
$25-$50. Low quality firearms.
If the revolver is an RG or Rohm, it is worth about $25-50. These were low cost, low quality firearms, and frequenly had frames made of metals other than steel.
RG revolvers were inexpensive German firearms of indifferent quality. Value will depend on condition, but is low- typically in the $25-$50 range.
buy the 50/50 blend premixed green i have a 99 jeep Cherokee also
About $50-$100. Out of business since 1966, these are politely referred to as low cost firearms of indifferent quality.
50 or so
WERE THESE HIS OWN GUNS??