This was a Savage 745C, a lighweight version of the Model 720 with a magazine that holds only 2 shells manufactured from 1940-1949. The Blue Book says the parent gun's value ranges from $110 for a well-used (60%) gun up to $275 in 100% like new condition. Trade-named guns usually bring 15-25% less than those marked with the manufacturer's name.
It a Savage models ... 30D, 30E, 30F or Stevens model 67
Would need to know which model.
We need make, model, and condition- and it is not a rifle- it is a shotgun.
Mossberg made them Mossberg Model 500 is the same!
the 300f revelation modle 12 gauge pump shotgun was manufactured between the mid 80s and early 90s hopefually this is helpfull
It's a Savage 94D
It is over 30 years that I know
310 revelation 20 gauge
How much is a 16 gage single barrel shotgun model 350A Revelation
Try gun shows.
And your question is?
Your revelation R310C western auto shotgun is a Mossberg model 500C which was made by Mossberg and Sons for Western Auto.
The Revelation 310A was made by Mossburg same as the 500 just go to there website and download the 500 man
Would need to know the model number, which is numeric. Your best bet is to take the gun to a gunsmith and let him show you how to field strip the shotgun.
These shotguns are selling for between 150-300 dollars at this time.
The value between $500.00 and $850.00
Actually the shotgun uses 16 gauge shells i have the same shotgun
Is it chambered for magnum shells? If not, the answer is NO.
50-150 or so