The drilling you describe does not appear to be a Charles Daly import. I suggest that you have the gun professionally appraised by an advanced collector.
You will have to provide a detailed description of the action, ALL markings, barrel length, rifle caliber and finish.
25-100 USD, 12 gauge is a shotgun, not a rifle.
Nothing. Gauge refers to shotgun bore
You can have one made.
No. Caliber is the term
Never heard of a 12 gauge rifle.
My full-full 16 ga double in average condition was appraised at $800 a few years back. It's a beautiful gun.
If it is a single-shot, $75-$150. Double barrel, $150-$300.
well there are normally 4 but it differs on the episode, out of the 4 there are a Henry or Winchester 30-30 rifle, Remington double barrel 12 gauge pump and a .306 bolt action rifle.
We need make, model, and condition- and it is not a rifle- it is a shotgun.
It is a 22 Long Rifle.
This 12 gauge has 26 inch barrels with a brass rifle shot for a site the serial# is 7989it is about 130 yrs. old the best we can figure out some one please help me.
First, there is no such thing as a 16 gauge rifle. You can have a 16 gauge shotgun with a rifled barrel. Second, without knowing who made it there is no way to give an even moderately accurate worth.
If you can find reloading components, yes.
i bought one from Calbulas i paid 3800 for it
It is a shotgun not a rifle- and Crescent was bought by Savage in 1931.
18 gauge steel is not bulletproof for rifle rounds but is for some very weak pistol calibers
No such weapon.
The term 12 gauge is used to describe the caliber(bore diameter)of your shotgun.A 12 gauge barrel is 72 caliber,but the word gauge is used so people can determine you are talking about a shotgun,instead of a rifle.
i have a 20 gauge Stevens rifle interchangeable barrells wondering the what they are worth
Tough question, the Remington model 550 is a .22 rifle not a 12 gauge shotgun.
It was either a Winchester rifle or a double-barrelled shotgun.