Your old Sears Roebuck single shot is worth $50-$75 retail. Since it's probably 80-90 years old, you don't know how well it's been treated over it's life, so before you shoot it, let a gunsmith check it. If he says it's safe, you can use modern shells. Shot size and powder load varies by what you want are hunting, but avoid magnum loads and steel shot.
Value seldom exceeds 100 USD
Utility grade, functional, not much value.
50-100; no published sn data.
about 100-150 dollars..more or less
50-100 or so
Made between 1900-1940. Value under $100.
50-100 USD or so
Eastern Arms was a brand name sold by Sears Roebuck. The Model 1929 suggests that it was made by J. Stevens Arms Co.
In good condition about 1200.00
In good shape the most is $120.
remington wingmaster 16 gauge
$50 - $100 depending on condition.
This gun was manufactured for Sears Roebuck by the J. Stevens division of Savage Arms sometime between 1931 and 1941.
EASTERN ARMS CO was a tradename most often associated with the Sears, Roebuck& Co company in the very early 1900s. The double barrel shotguns were typically Belgian and sold as the low-price line, and the single-barrel guns were typically made by contractors such as Iver Johnson. Value is going to be under $100.
Made by Meriden for Sears. 50-100 USD
Your best bets will probably be e-gunparts.com, gun shops, gun shows.
The value is $40-$150 depending on condition, location, need etc.
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50-150 USD depending on condition
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Whatever someone will pay. Pretty much decorative wall art.