I was offered 400 for mine at a pawn shop so prob around 600
The best shotgun shell for shooting ducks is a 3 to 3 1/2 inch 12 gauge with number 2 shot.
I can say that the LeFever Nitro Special was made from 1921-1948.I do not know if the serial numbers by year of production are available in the public domain.You may have the Grade A field model due to the engraved ducks on the side.These were made from 1934-1942.Barrel length was available from 26in.-32in,of which your shotgun fits.
Most all the Ithaca Pump model 37 were Engraved with 3 ducks and on the other side Pointer Flushing out 2 pheasants. It a common engraving we all see on Ithaca but you have an 1937 model like I do ,I have one as well with a serial number 2493, believe me they are worth keeping because that was the 1st year Ithaca made the Model 37 they only produced 3,500 shotgun in 1937
100-400 or so A little off on the guesstimate there. The ducks unlimited shotgun Is an Ithaca Model 51 12 Gauge and it is worth considerably more than 100 to 400. The going rate for this shotgun is anywheres of 500 to 700 in decent shape and if it hasn't been fired worth considerably more.
Gun shop, gun show, pawn shop, armslist.com
good condition about 2500.00
My Franchi 20 ga O/U is modeled on the Falconet.
Ducks provide a source of food for humans, but only assuming they can use a shotgun. This integral part of any ecosystem is filled by cows and chickens in more civilized ecosystems. When provided with hamster wheels and suet, ducks also fertilize the earth.
A Browning Ducks Unlimited 12G in perfect condition is worth $1100-1400 That's what the last six got sold for. It's a truly beautiful shotgun. The rusty ones at pawn shops sell for $500+.
If it is unfired, there is a slight premium over the value of the base shotgun.
Ducks have webbed feet. This helps these animal swim because its feet special design act like paddle when a duck is in water. Ducks are typically found in marshes, ponds, wetlands, and rivers. Ducks have a life span of up to 12 years.
One not designed for use with steel shot.
Generally not more than about 50 USD above a regular one.
According to gun digest if its new in box its worth between 3000.00 - 3500.00. Trying to find someone who will actually pay that may be difficult. Realistically you should be able to get around 1200.00 - 1500.00. They didn't give any used values. They are rare only 1250 ever produced.
A Charles Daly 12 gauge pump shotgun is a type of hunting gun. The typical value of this gun is a few hundred dollars.
Typically a long barreled shotgun, loaded with birdshot. Some hunters use 10 g Magnums, but most hunter's use a 12 g auto loader or pump shotgun.
Impossible to answer without a detalied description of all features and markings.
Valued at $1200. I have one.
If you have the Pacific edition,or the costal edition of the ducks unlimted edition of the BPS browning shotgun,in unfired,unused condition.The value would be 595 dollars.
Value of ANY gun is based on EXACT make, model, variety and condition. You need a hands-on appraisal.
All collective nouns for ducks:brace of ducksflock of ducksflush of duckspaddling of ducksraft of ducksteam of ducks
you are aloud to shoot as many ducks as you want as long as they are the correct species e.g. mallard and they are in the correct season to shoot. I've shot 231 mallard ducks back in October 2010 with my shotgun it took me 1.5 days .
Ducks fly in flocks when they migrate. A group of ducks is a paddling of ducks, a raft of ducks, a team of ducks, a dopping of ducks.
A paddling of ducks, a raft of ducks, a team of ducks, a dopping of ducks