These were typically made by Sauer and imported under the Charles Daly name. Very collectable, and worthy of individual appraisal. Value is going to be determined by amount of engraving, overall condition, and features. Many of these drillings had a sliding bullet trap located on the bottom of the stock, pop-up rifle sights when the rifle barrel was selected, etc. Value could easily reach the $5000 mark. Please dont shoot it until you've had it looked at. May well have Damascus barrels, and using smokeless modern ammunition would be looking for trouble. We'd LOVE to see digital pictures of this one, and would be a buyer if it is to go to market. email@example.com
i bought one from Calbulas i paid 3800 for it
Beginning of the barrel to end of barrel.
In a standard clover leaf pattern, there are 3 barrels.
The one who makes barrels. A barrel maker is called a cooper
The plural of barrel is barrels.
I would look at the number of barrels. If there is more than one barrel, you know you have at least a double barrel shotgun. If there are 1 or less barrels, then you don't.
Very nice combo but value depends on the maker and the grade of the gun. If you repost your question with proof marks and lettering found on the gun folks can better help you. a wild guess would be from between $1,500 to $5,000 with the info I have
It depends on the size of the arena that you set the barrels up in.
A barrel is 42 gallons. Divide gallons by 42 to get barrels.
Between barrels 1 and 2 it is 60 feet, between barrels 1 and 3 it is 90 feet, between barrels 2 and 3 it is 90 feet and between barrel three and the start is 105 feet
I believe only Charles Daly offers barrels for its guns. I haven't found them anywhere else. You will find an 18 inch, 12 ga. slug barrel at: http://www.charlesdaly.com/HTML/products/accessories/accessories.asp
Barrels. Hence, do a barrel roll.
No. HBAR is an acronym forHeavy Barrel. Also, referred to as a bull barrel. These are common barrels used in match or competition model rifles.
Total profit = 5,000 - 4,000 = 1,0001,000 = (50 per barrel) x (number of barrels)Number of barrels = 1,000/50 = 20
Three !! All barrel races have three ! :)
A barrel race is a race in which a horse must be ridden around standing barrels.
Name a "barrel" - there are all kinds of barrels in use.
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In the most general of terms, slug barrels are rifled and regular barrels are smooth bore. Both are capable of shooting slugs.
There are MANY barrels. The standard oil production barrel is 1 barrel of oil = 158.987295 liter. Whisky barrel, wine barrel, beer barrel are all different sizes. Make your question specific.
A barrel racer is a person who engages in barrel racing - a race in which a horse must be ridden around standing barrels.