What is a Newport WN shotgun?
Newport was a brand name used by Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co, Chicago (1882-1962) on shotguns made by Crescent Arms Co, J. Stevens Arms, Crescent-Davis, and probably other manufacturers.
You still haven't told me what type of shotgun it is, but Newport was a Brand Name used by Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co, Chicago (1882-1962). If it is a double barrel sidelock with outside hammers, it was probably made by Crescent Arms Co, Norwich, CT. A double barrel hammerless boxlock more likely by J Stevens Arms Co, Chicopee Falls, MA. or a single shot exposed hammer by Iver Johnson, Fitchburg, MA. Regardless of the…
Please help identify a revolver marked newport 22 rf model wn on the top strap 7 shot cylinder 5 and half inch barrel with crescent blade front sight remove cylinder to load and unload walnut grips?
The Newport WN designations were used as one of over a hundred brands by Crescent Firearms, starting back in 1892. They made inexpensive firearms. Please have yours checked by a competent pistol smith before attempting to fire ANYTHING in it. Many of the very old 22s are NOT .22 LR, and are not up to firing modern high velocity ammunition. Value will be based on condition, and may range from $50 to $150 or so.