what is the value of a Hartford double barrell 12 gage shotgun with duel over head hammers great condition
What do you want to know? How much is a W. Moore Double Barrell with Hammers worth.Really OLD?
Never. They're still manufactured, typically as replicas, and with the purposes of catering to CASS shooters.
Value seldom exceeds 100 USD
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Unlikely. Try e-gunparts.com
I have a w. Moore Double Barrell 8 ga. with Hammers. Very Old. 850-742-0288 Don, or 870-565-5985 Larry
The first thing is :Does it "open" with a lever so a shell can be placed in the barrell? If so, It could be from 1915 back to the 1880's. If it does not "open" then it is a muzzeloader and must be loaded from the front of the barrell. These usually start in the 1880's and go back to the 1700's. There are "Reproductions" of old guns that may look old but are not. Any good gunsmith can tell you...............Mossygeramp
$100 to $250, depending on condition.
Are the hammers on the back of the lock or on the sides? The first is probably a shooter worth $100 - $200 depending on condition. The second is a wall decoration with about the same value.
I have a Old W. Moore Double Barrell Shotgun 8 ga. with Hammers. 850-742-0288 Don OR 870-565-5985 Larry
Between $50 and $250 depending on manufacture date, style and condition. They were made between 1880 and 1930. "Higher end" models included a checkered walnut stock and laminated steel barrels. They were overall an economy grade shotgun, originally made by Crescent Firearms then sold to many other companies and stores who stamped they're particular name on the gun. Hope this helps
Yes. Use the right ammo. Older 16 g shotguns used a shorter shell.
50-100 USD, 70-100 years ago
Utica Firearms Company: Trade name used by the Simmons Hardware Company of St. Louis, Missouri on firearms they retailed c. 1900. Yours is a bit unusual if it has damascus barrels but no exterior hammers. Shooters want fluid steel barrels, decorators want side hammers, and few collectors want hardware-store guns, so I'd say unusual is not a good thing. Even in NRA Excellent condition (98%+ original finish) I doubt if you could get over $200.
hammers and more hammers
Without more information like model number serial number, and overall condition I can only give you an approximate value. In like new condition, around $900.00, in very good condition, around $500.00, in good condition, around $300.00 and in poor condition, around $100.00.
a hammer is a tool that you use when you have to put a nail into a wallANS 2 -There are all kinds of hammers and they are far more versatile than for simply putting a nail in a wall. There are mechanics ball peen hammers, soft face hammers, dead blow hammers, mini and full size sledge hammers, carpenters claw hammers, framers claw hammers, nail fit claw hammers, auto body hammers and quite possible many more.
They didn’t have hammers.
Hammers were used by the stone masons to make the locks. The diggers did not use hammers.
the boxes that have silhouettes of hammers in them give you the golden hammers to break open other boxes
yes they did use hammers
Yes they did use hammers then.
Michael Hammers was born in 1965.