This depends on the condition, but if it's broken, rusty, or just plain used, $50 or less. If it's in near mint condition, it could go up to $400. Most in "average" condition will go for $200-$250. If it were a larger gauge it would only bring about half as much, but 410's seem to be popular right now.
When was it made and how is it worth - American Gun Co., New York - Double barrel exposed, 12 guage exposed hammers and 31 3/4" barrels. Serial Number 362989?
Bail38@aol.com I am asking anyone if they can tell me the value of my H.S.B. company double barreled shotgun with a brown finish and has a rooster with exposed hammers and has a rooster accompanied with H.S. and B company chicargo?
it is worthless
If it is marked 'American Gun Company' on the sideplate, it would be worth $200 tops. Primarily considered as a mantle decoration and unsafe to shoot with modern ammunition. firstname.lastname@example.org
Value seldom exceeds 100 USD
The T C Montgomery double barrel shotgun with double barrel hammers is valued at $75 in fait condition. In good condition its valued at $160.
Your shotgun was actually made by the crescent firearms company,and distributed by H&D Folsum Co.These shotguns are currently priced at between 140-240 dollars,whether they have a hammer or hammerless configuration,and whether they have a damascus,or steel barrels.These shotguns were made roughly between the years 1895-1925.
Great grandpa's Powell shotgun. dbl.barrel, side by side, exposed hammers, 12 ga. thinking it may be late 1800's. Have pictures. Not selling, just want to know all I can.
Most like a utility grade store brand shotgun made at the turn of the century or there about. Try internet searches, the library, gun shows, gun shops.
Please list all the markings on the shotgun. Harrington & Richardson were producing hammerLESS double shotguns as far back as 1882. email@example.com
Armas ARAL, which is still in business.
i have one with a serial of 39667 how much would it be worth
THE NICKel PLATING IS PROBABLY AFTERMARKET, BELGIUM WAS KNOWN FOR HUNDREdS OF DIFFERENT MAKES OF GUNS. THE EXPOSED HAMMERS DO INDICATE A BEFORE 1950 ERA.IF THERE IS NO MAKERS NAME VISiBLE YOU'Re LOOKING AT $100 TO $150 MAX
If you have an American Gun Company, New York then the gun is not stainless steel. It was made by Crescent Firearms Co. of Norwich, Conn and distributed by the H&D Folsom Co. They were produced with damascus barrels as well as fluid steel (solid) barrels of various lengths and chokes, with and without external hammers.
rabbit ear refers to the exposed twin "hammers"on a double barrel shotgun. when seen from the rear they resemble a pair of .....thats right... rabbit ears.
50-100 or so
The condition is very important. For example, for American Gun Company, double barrel 410 with exposed hammers, if it's broken, rusty, or just plain used-up, $50 or less. If it's in near mint condition, it could go up to $400. Most in "average" condition will go for $200-$250. If it were a larger gauge it would only bring about half as much, but 410's seem to be popular right now.
94 years old, +/- 20. If twist steel barrels and side hammers, more likely (but not absolutely) prior to WWI. If fluid steel and a boxlock (back hammers or hammerless) ALMOST certainly after c. 1905.
If your shotgun has Damascus barrels,then by all means do not fire modern smokeless ammo through your shotgun.I would have your shotgun looked at by a qualified gunsmith before attempting to fire any ammo through a shotgun of this age.
To find hammers for old rabbit ear shotguns check with Dixie Gun Works