i have one and it is stamped made in japan
The manafacturer is stamped on the off hand side of the reciever .shouldnt be any problem who made it. Just look top center of left side reciever
describe the type of shotgun and recheck the serial number
Hopkins & Allen
triumph was a shotgun line made by Crescent arms for Sears and Roebuck. The guns are not very collectible, but in good shape may bring a fair price. The gun is probably a single shot break open with Triumph stamped on the side of the action. If so it is probably nothing special, though being a 410 helps the value a bit.
This shotgun is in the neighborhood of 100 years old. There is fairly extensive information online available on this shotgun.
If it is a double, remove barrel and you will see it along with serial #.
nitro hunter shotgun single barrel with exposed hammer stamped belknap hdwre and mfg serial 5516
Wards Hercules 410 was made by different manufacturers through out it's history. The early models from the 1920's had no model number just "PROOF TESTED 410 GAUGE" stamped on the left side and "SELECTED FORGED STEEL" stamped on the right side of the barrel. Model numbers were stamped on later guns. They usually don't fetch much $$
There were no serial numbers stamped on the original Winchester Mdl. 37, single shot shotgun.
A Sears and Roebuck firearm called the Gladiator Field Grade side by side manufactured by Meriden Firearms could sell at auction for up to $250. If there is a maker's mark or a model number stamped on the barrel, the price will be more than if there is nothing stamped.
Can't be answered as asked
50-100 or so
First of all describe the gun. Is it a revolver, or a shotgun? A revolver has a grip but so does a shotgun (actually a for end).
If you are asking about a Browning Auto-5 shotgun,then it was made in the year 1923,with the serial number that you have provided.
All firearms are stamped with the name of maker and serial number.
As a rule of thumb, automotive manufacturers contract out any stamped part needed in volumes below 200,000 pieces annually.
# 50 USD or so
yes ,i have a shotgun stamped ohio valley.it also has a serial no on it.
Even Sears & Roebuck did and never did make guns, theirs and JC Higins were made by Remenington No. JC Higgins was just a brand name used by Sears Roebuck on guns made by Stevens, Mossberg, and other manufacturers. The same companies made the same guns for the Gambles hardware chain, so there are identical models marked with different retailers' names.
The model number is stamped on the right side of the receiver on many Stevens products.