What is the age and value of a 12 gauge American Gun Company New York double barrel shotgun serial 104568 marked genuine laminated steel choke bored MRF IL?
The gun was made c.1900, and the value is fairly low especially with laminated barrels. Under $200, certainly. Please do not attempt to fire it.
What is a falcon arms double barrel hammerlock shotgun 20646 made with belgium laminated steel worth?
What is the value of a lanham bros double barrel shotgun patented June 20 1883 with a small gold emblem and a laminated steel barrel?
Where can you find information on a Bridge Gun Company 12 gauge 30 inch double barreled shotgun with exposed hammers and the inscription on the rib belgium laminated steel?
Where can you find information about a 16 gauge New York Arms single shot shotgun made of genuine armory steel?
What caliber is an American Gun Company double barrel shotgun with a number 5511 on all parts smaller than 20 gauge bigger than 20 gauge and where can you get parts for it?
Parts for an American Gun Company shotgun will only be found as part of another shotgun. Haunt the local gunshows for one that is being parted-out. As for the gauge (not caliber), did you mean "bigger than a 410"? There have been 24, 28, and 32 gauge shotguns made. Of these, only the 28 is still available in the US, but I believe 32 gauge shells may still be commercially loaded in Europe.
This name doesn't appear on any of the usual lists of manufacturers or trade-names. London Laminated Steel does not necessarily mean it was made in London. It probably dates from about 1890-1915 and during this time it was common for individual retailers to order shotguns with their own store's name stamped on them.
This was the method of making shotgun barrels in the 19th century. Strips of metal or wire were wound around a mandrell and hammer-welded. "Twist", "Stubb Twist" and "Damascus" are all types of laminated barrels. Although they were safe enough when made, if a gun has not been properly cared for in the intervening 100 years, they may have developed sub-surface rust spots which could cause them to fail. And modern shells are much more…