What is the history of American Gun Co?
This was one of the "house brands" distributed by H&D Folsum c. 1890-1950 and also sold through the Sears Roebuck catalog. The guns were made by various manufacturers, primarily Folsum's subsidiary company, Crescent Firearms, and prior to WWI several Belgian companies.
What would a side by side 28 ga American Gun Company Shotgun in good condition be worth and what is its history with serial number 7394?
The American Gun Company was a trade name for the HD Folsom Arms Company. Folsom was a distributor of double and single barrel shotguns produced by Crescent Firearms Co, Norwich, Ct. Folsom owned and later sold to Savage Arms Co. the Crescent Firearms Co., Davis Warner Co. and Baker Gun Co. around 1930. There are five different American Gun Co. double barrel shotguns with values ranging from $100 to $400 for a No 1 to…
Where can you find information on an American Gun Co Victor Ejector 12 gauge single shot serial number 294000?
Where would you get parts or a new barrel or any info on a double barrel 20 gauge marked American Gun Co. New York on the side?
i am about to throw away all the parts of a double barrel American gun co. shotgun.. because the stock was broken and already thrown away. i have all the metal parts: barrel, sideplates, trigger.. all somewhat dismantled, etc. if anyone wants these items to help restore their gun, come pick them up, free. serial number 125067. engraved "American Gun Co NY" on the sideplates.
Went to gun show and bought a single barrel shot gun called the coach with Wells Fargo and co plus four nothches on barrel know what era this was from?
Need a stock for a 16 gauge shot gun with two external hammers manufactured by American Gun Co of New York?
You can try these sources. Your shotgun was made by the Crescent Firearms Co. of Norwich, Conn. Look there, too. Numrich gunpartscorp.com Jack First jackfirstgun.com Bob's Gun Shop gun-parts.com You can try these sources. Your shotgun was made by the Crescent Firearms Co. of Norwich, Conn. Look there, too. Numrich gunpartscorp.com Jack First jackfirstgun.com Bob's Gun Shop gun-parts.com
American Gun Co and Knickerbocker were trade names used by H&D Folsum Sporting Goods from the late 1800s to the mid 1900s. Since this was a large wholesale outfit as well as a retail store in New York, these guns were available at hardware stores all across the US. Most were manufactured in Belgium (before WW1) or by a subsidiary company, Crescent Firearms in Connecticut (1893-1932).
Black powder 54 cal rifle marked American gun co i can't seem to find any info or parts for this rifle please help?
American Gun Co, New York. Norwich Connecticut. ( Appeared around the turn of the last century ) Maker-Crescent Firearms Co. Distributed by H&D Folsom sometimes known as Hardware Store Guns. With this type of confusion no wonder you have trouble finding out information about his rifle. Check Crescent Firearms Co , for more information.
Wanting any information regarding an American gun company 20 gauge stainless steel shotgun with hammers and a 24 inch barrel?
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.
I recently inharited a double barrel American Gun Company 20 gauge from my grandfather It is in desent condition I am wondering is it capable of firing todays rounds Value of gun One hammer replaced?
Crescent gun co made shotguns under the name of American gun co. The problems is "How old is the shotgun?" Old shotguns where designed to shoot black powder at a much lower barrel pressure than today's gun powder. Old shotguns may literally explode if the wrong powder is used. I suggest that you take it to a gun shop and have them examine it to tell you the condition of the rifle and what shot…
the hollenbeck gun co. was incorporated in 1901 at wheeling wv. by frank hollenbeck they were in wheeling until about 1903. then they moved to moundsville wv. about 1905 they changed the name of company to the three barrel gun co. then approx. about they changed the name again to the royal gun co. in early 1910 the factory closed in 1910. supposeadly there were approx. 2000 made.the largest serial i have saw was 1765…
How old is a Victor Ejector break action American Gun Company New York 410 shotgun serial number 542241 in good condition?
'American Gun Co' was a house brand of the H&D Folsom Co, a major firearm distributor of the late 1800's through the early 20th century. The guns were made by Crescent Firearms, which H&D Folsom bought c.1922. 'American Gun Co of New York' was a house-brand of Crescent before the Folsom takeover and the 'of New York' was dropped afterwards. The whole nine yards was eventually taken over by Savage. Your Victor Ejector would have…