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
The JC Higgins Model 45 was made by Marlin and is basically the same gun as the Model 336. Manuals are availabe from Marlin Firearms. The JC Higgins Model 66 was made by High Standard and is out of production. I have a manual scanned, and can email it to you. firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Would need to know exactly how the gun is marked.
From your question I would believe that you have a Winchester model 1887 lever action shotgun.These shotguns were available in 10 gauge,or 12 gauge,with a 4 shot magazine tube,and a 30in or 32in barrel with a full choke fluid steel barrels.There were 64,855 made between the years 1887-1901.
Need a model number to give you an answer.
Winchester made a Model 1887 lever-action shotgun from 1887 - 1899. Norinco currently makes a reproduction of the Model 1887.
I have one & have been told it is a model 56 Marlin
Not clear on the question. There are no lever action double-barrel shotguns. There was a 'LeFever' in a few different variations, is that what you have? email@example.com
It is a Model 56 Marlin It is a Model 56 Marlin
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where can i get a magazine for a sears and roebuck j.c. higgins model 46 dl-10319840 22 cal. lever action rifle
Rifle or shotgun? What type of action; bolt, pump, semiauto, lever? What caliber or gauge?
There were model 1887 lever action shotguns made by Winchester ( I have a 12 ga). These are worth in the range of $1200 to $5000 depending on condition. I am not aware of any Model 1886 Winchesters in a shotgun.
Yes, the model 1887 was a lever action shotgun for 12 and 10 gauge. They made some takedown models also. A quick search on www.gunbroker.com should give several variations and pictures. There is a new Chinese import copy of the 1887 with 20" barrel in 12 ga. They seem to be a very strong gun and fairly well made.
Marlin made a lever action .410 gauge shotgun from 1929-1932.These were made as a stockholders promotional firearm.The New model .410 was made from 2004-2005.
Depends on the condition. Give you an idea 0-1500.
Revolvers are not lever action firearms. Sorry- can you rephrase your question? Lever action firearms are most often rifles, rarely shotguns. A very few lever action pistols were made, but not revolvers.
The value of a Winchester model 1887 lever action 12 gauge shotgun can be quite high!Your serial number indicates that it was made in the year 1891 and can bring a very high dollar figure if the original finish is between 10%-60% of its original finish remaining and a good bore.The price would be between 675- 1,875 dollars for the above stated percentages.
JC Higgens never manufactured any guns - Sears bought them from a variety of manufacturers. The best way you could determine if Sears sold such a gun is to find some of the old reprints of their catalogs between 1887 and 1920, which are the years that Winchester was making their 1887 and 1901 "Humpback" lever action shotguns.
Both made by Marlin. The lever action .35 about $200, the .22 Mag about $125.