In the days of black powder, muzzle-loading firearms, a large caliber lead bullet was standard- somewhere around .69 caliber. While this was good for deer and bear, it was far too powerful for small game, such as squirrel. A much smaller caliber rifle was developed, typically firing a .32 or smaller bullet. This was far less destructive of the meat of small game, and cost far less to shoot. These smaller caliber guns became nicknamed "Squirrel rifles".
An arrow!! A gun!! Explosive!
Yes, if you are close.
you teach your dog to poo when he seas a squirrel then you are ready with your gun and shot it down
Yes it is possible
it just depends on the year it was made in if it had the squirrel i think. either that or they quit putting the squirrel on when they stopped the glenfield name and made em all marlin. But to answer your price question. I just picked up the same gun yesterday without the squirrel (which shouldn't make it anymore valuable at all) for $40 in a local gun shop. And he had 4 or 5 more similar to that gun in age and model for 35-70 depending on condition.
A regular BB gun will probably kill a squirrel if the seals are good, ie it is relatively new, and you are shooting .177 caliber BBs, not airsoft pellets. A pellet rifle may shoot around 1000 feet per second, and that definitely has the clout to whack a squirrel. Most BB guns are capable of killing a squirrel.
Spelled squirrel, and a .22 rifle is the firearm of choice for them.
The term "squirrel gun" was used with muzzle loading rifles that were smaller caliber than deer rifles. There was no one set caliber, but many were in .32 caliber, where a deer rifle would be .50, .54 or larger.
turkey. It was not a turkey. The first time she shot a gun, she hit a squirrel!
Yes but it is not a humane way to kill the rodent. A pellet gun would be better. BB's don't deform when they impact the rodent, So the squirrel suffers before death. A pellet deforms on impact and will put the squirrel down quickly.
Try e-gunparts.com, local gun store, gun shows.