I would have to assume that you have a semi-auto shotgun.If your shotgun has a slight hump to the back of the reciever then it was a shotgun made with a browning patent and would have to be listed on the gun along with the royaltys paid to his patent.
My shotgun says patent 1900 everything else seems the same
No more than 100 USD.
You need to identify the make and model of the shotgun. Dozens of different makes of guns show a browning patent on the barrel. Recheck and re-ask the question - Thank you
Diamond Arms shotguns were made by several manufacturers, but if the rest of the patent date is '13', this one was by J. Stevens Arms and retailed by Shapleigh Hardware.
U.S. Patent Office
Yes.The Remington model 11 auto loader shotgun which could be had in either 12 gauge or 16 gauge was made under a patent agreement with John Browning.These shotguns were made from 1911-1948.
It is a Stevens shotgun, based on a Browning patent. Inexpensive.
$35-$75, depending on condition.
No published sn data available.
qhats th evalue of a 12 gauge single shot 1913
$35-$90, depending on condition.
Yes. The Mossberg 500A1 is a .12 gauge shotgun.
A bolt action shotgun in 12 gauge.
Yes, a 12 gauge shotgun is considered a firearm.
About $50-$75 as a mantle decoration.
It will be around 65 dollars for this pin. This is an easy fix to get your shotgun working well again.
There is no such shotgun gauge.
Standard 16 gauge shotgun shells.