COMPEER was a tradename used by the Van Camp Hardware& Iron Co located in Indianapolis IN. The guns were made by Crescent Firearms and distributed by HD Folsom from 1893-1910. Value will be up to $200.
i.have.a.j-reynolds-double barrel 16ga belguim rabbit ear shotgun seaking information
50-125 or so.
Why the **** would you want that!?!?!
Browning did not make a gun as you described
rabbit ear refers to the exposed twin "hammers"on a double barrel shotgun. when seen from the rear they resemble a pair of .....thats right... rabbit ears.
50-100 or so
500 to 1500
Less than $200.
100 USD or so
50-100. Don't even think about firing it with modern loads.
It all depends on condition. $150-300
I am not sure about the age or value, but I would sure like to own it to rabbit hunt with.
I dont know of any true Parker Brothers shotgun that had a 'rabbit etched in the barrels.' Would need to know exactly how the gun is marked so we can ID it properly.
i would like to know the value of my rabbit ear 20 gauge stage coach shot gun
Typically, up to $250. Rare and heavily engraved special versions would bring more.
no you can't, but you can get rabbit cages that you can spilt in half.
We called ours Winchester. He was thin as a rifle barrel when we got him...
Pepi is Foxes mentor. He is giant rabbit. His famous line is "Do a barrel role!"
These are a very desirable firearm.The date I have found on this piece is 1907 and the value will go upwards of $750.00.
Rossi made 2 variations of the double barrel shotguns. The Amadeo "Coach gun" with the rabbit ear hammers and the "Squire" double barrel which was the hammerless version. The age of both guns are from 1968-1989. The value of each is about the same. Ranges from $125 - $150 Depending on value. Not a very valuable gun, but a good shooter. Rossi is no longer in business. They changed there name to Braztech. They are still made in South America, decent cheap gun.
does it have rabbit ear hammers
Yes,it is excellant functioning condition,has a few nicks in stock,nothing much for being built around 1860?
I don't think Stevens was using the Riverside name as early as 1903 but they probably were still using that patent date into the 1930's. If the gun has fluid steel barrels, it could still be a hunter's gun but the rabbit ears attract Cowboy Action Shooters and interior decorators. Any of these groups will pay $100 to $250 depending on condition.
I just acquired a JJ Weston SBS and haven't been able to find much info. Seems value could be $1000+.