The value of a Savage shot barrel 12 gauge single trigger shotgun depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 450.00 and 550.00 as of 2014.
@ 100 USD depending on condition.
100-10000 USD depending on exactly what you have, condition, etc..
Are we talking about a auto-5 shotgun,or a BPS(browning pump shotgun),or a over-under shotgun(citori, or superposed)These answers would help me determine the value of your shotgun which was made in 1980.
Depends on the shotgun.
Pull the trigger
The 870 Remington shotgun used to be a popular candidate for a "release" trigger.
It is a lever inside the trigger guard, forward of the trigger.
375-550 dollars, depending on overall condition of your shotgun.
The only way is to replace the whole trigger but it will still have a hair trigger
go to launch shotgun and grab the shotgun and pull it back and pull it forward then press the trigger
Made by Savage/Stevens. We have trigger guards.
Not enough information to answer. Value of ANY firearm is based on exact make, model, variety, and condition. You have given us none of those.
I purchased one, used, good-ex. condition $850.00
The model b-80 is valued at between 230-400 dollars depending on the overall condition of the shotgun.
A Browning automatic light 12 gauge shotgun with a gold trigger is worth between $300 and $1,000. The actual value varies greatly based on the specific model and its overall condition.
Depending on condition the gun is worth between $25 and $100 if it is shootable.If it is black powder and not in good condition it isn't worth much at all.
The hammer will be in the cocked position. Nothing will happen until you pull the trigger.
It depends on condition and the triggers. If in pristine condition and a single trigger, it could be worth $650-$750 dollars. If a double trigger model and in "just OK" shape $300-$350 would be more in line. Note: add 10% for a 16 gauge gun.
The exact value of a John M Smyth Co Faultless Goose Gun shotgun would actually be dependent on a couple different factors. Some of these factors would include the age and condition of the shotgun.
Depends on the how the requirments were written for the purchase.
These were pretty early slide action shotguns, made from 1902-1913. The early model (24) has a unique double-trigger arrangement where one trigger cocks the firing pin and the other trigger fires the gun. The later model (50, 1911-1913) has a traditional single trigger. Relatively few were made, and values can reach over $700 depending on exact model and condition. We'd be interested in seeing it. www.countrygunsmith.net