This trade name was apparently owned by Hibbard Spencer and Bartlett Hardware of Chicago, and the guns were made by the current low bidder. It seems that they were made by Crescent Firearms (Folsom subsidiary), J. Stevens Arms Co (division of Savage), and Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works and possibly others. You may be able to determine who manufactured it by looking at single shots by these companies and trying to match all the little details.
1880s to 1940s
Trade name used by J Stevens Arms Company on shotguns it made. Value seldom exceeds 100 USD
The official Newport University website lists a plethora of information regarding the university and its campus, as well as information regarding enrollment and curriculum.
On the internet.
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.
This site has the information you are looking for about Nikko shotguns: http://www.shotgunworld.com/bbs/viewtopic.php?p=9341
try: SAVAGE SHOTGUN.COM
Information is not in the public domain.
You can find information about Russell Arms Co. shotguns online at places like Gun Trader or at many local gun stores. You can also find information online at Shotgun World or Arms List.
try: SAVAGE SHOTGUN.COM
Try the Blue Book of Gun Values
The military does not mount 8 guage shotguns on boats. Sometimes shotguns are CARRIED aboard boats, but those are 12 gauge. Afraid you have been given some bad information.
I have two listings for Mercury, both are now out of business. One imported shotguns manufactured in Spain. The other was a Belgian firm whose shotguns were imported by Tradewinds, Inc. of Tacoma, WA in the mid 1960s.
want to know where the wedgeway arms company was and what one of their single shot shotguns would be worth
How much 2o worth
hammerless special safety gun ejecutor
Utility grade made @ turn of the century
Edd Parrer is a type of gun. For more information, contact my email address I'm singing in the firstname.lastname@example.org
Newport: Trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on shotguns made for Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett and Company of Chicago. Could have been anytime from the 1890's to around 1950 and would be worth from $35-$75.
The address of the Newport Sports Museum is: 100 Newport Center Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660
Monsters do not exist, therefore, they are not immune to shotguns, nor are they immune to shotguns.
Newport was a Brand Name used by Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co, Chicago (1882-1962) on shotguns made by Crescent Firearms (1983-1930) and J. Stevens Arms (1930-1948). If it is a singleshot, it may have been made by Iver Johnson. Perhaps the Chicago Library has some old advertising from HSB&Co that would identify a model "W", but very little detail published about these old hardware store guns.