Depends on the model, and condition. Model number should be under the receiver, or on the top tang, unless it is a model 1898, which had no markings to indicate model.
The value of a Springfield model 245-E 20 gauge 22 caliber over-under gun depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 350.00 and 425.00 as of 2014.
Depends where you live, what model it is and what condition it is in Locally (new zealand) if in good condition usually about $500 - $750 (NZD) up to $1200 for excellent condition models with the walnut stock
All depends on condition, condition, and condition. From a 200 - 1,200 for a new in the box, unless it's 90%+ it's under 600.
I would look in the yellow pages under salvage yard to find the nearest to my house. Otherwise I might ask the mechanic working on my car where a local salvage yard is.
In good condition, only around $100. They were low priced (under $100) when new in the 70's.
Under $500 even when in excellent condition. They are durable well made rifles. Average condition about $250.
Replace the fan with a new or used one. A used one from a auto salvage yard can cost under half the price of the new.
My reference books do not list the model 815 but state that it also is the same model under the Winchester brand name made by Daisy, model 353. The model 353 is worth between $160 to $200 in excellent condition. It was not uncommon for other manufacture to make air guns under several different names and model numbers. This may be the reason the two models (815 & 353) are referenced in my catalogues
The value of a Miroku model BC3000 12 gauge under and over shotgun would depend on a couple different factors. Most important of these factors would be the condition.
If I am correct this is a daisy model 880. It is an under lever pump rifle. In poor condition it is not even listed. My catalogue only list it starting Good to Very Good. In bad condition it would be worth less than $10.
I paid almost $400 for a nice one at a gun auction
Almost without question, Sennheier PX100.
I have one of these firearms and I have found them valued anywhere from $800 to $1500 depending on condition.
300 to 500 depending on condition and accessories. The rifle can be replaced for under $500
depending on condition around $400 to $650 used.
any where from 800 to 1200 mabey moore acordin on cond.a SAvage model 24 in the calibers that you have described will sell for between 275-350 dollars depending on overall condition and a good set of bores.Hear in upper Michigan I have seen them sell in that price range for the last couple of years.
Many factors determine value. Model, grade, originality and condition. Depending on condition and model, you can look up your gun in the Blue Book of Gun values. See link below.
Completely depends on condition from $100 for parts to $1,200 new in the box. Unless it's in very good condition under $500.
In almost all cases. The Bohr Model accurately predicts spectra ONLY when there is one electron in the atom.
Depending on condition, a range is between $1400 and $3500. See Guns International.com. Enter "Remington Model 32tc".
not sure of year made, but the model 999 is a collectable item under the H & R collectables. but price depends on condition...................
Remington 8 is NOT gas operated. there is a recoil spring under the barrel shroud. they range from $350 to $650 depending on condition and caliber. Remington 8 is NOT gas operated. there is a recoil spring under the barrel shroud. they range from $350 to $650 depending on condition and caliber. Remington model 8 is NOT gas operated. it has recoiling barrel. there is a spring under the barrel shroud. prices are $350 to $650 depending on condition and caliber.
New the 320 GB model includes a game in most cases for under $300. Used the trade in for a slim model is over $100 at amazon 160 GB $130 like new condition good condition only $110 same for 120 GB model and the 320 GB is higher