Here's a link to an American Rifleman article http://www.briley.com/grampa.html
It is primarily about double barrel shotguns, but it also applies to your Victor Singleshot.
It was manufactured by Crescent Arms, Norwich, CT, and retailed by H & D Folsom Sporting Goods of New York City. Serial numbers don't help much on these - no one has ever tried to determine the method Crescent used to assign them or research original records (probably none exist) - but it would have been made somewhere between 1893 and 1932.
Several different companies have used a variation of 'American Arms' over the last 100 years. Exactly how is your shotgun marked (all markings?) firstname.lastname@example.org
Would need to know exactly how that gun is marked.
It will be marked on the receiver. It was made in 1980
Made by the Crescent Firearms Co. If it is marked as AMERICAN GUN CO, it would be 1905-1922. If marked as CRESCENT FIREARMS is would be 1922-1930.
Email us exactly how your shotgun is marked. email@example.com
It should be marked on the barrel or recieiver.
The barrel will be marked "Made in Belgium"
It will be marked on the receiver/barrel.
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Probably turn of the century
It will be marked on the barrel.
No Model 772. How exactly is the shotgun marked? firstname.lastname@example.org
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You will have to carefully note exactly how the gun is marked, first.
It will be marked on the receiver/barrel where it was made.
It will be marked on the botton of the receiver.
It will be marked on the barrel
It will be marked on the barrel, but that should be a 12 g shotgun.
It will be marked on the weapon.
The current Barrett Firearms does not make a double shotgun. Exactly how is your gun marked?