about a 150 bucks
The value of a 12 gauge featherlight shotgun is $800.00 bucks canadian.
S&W never made a Model 1300 XTR shotgun.
Yes: A Remington 870 shotgun with a modified choke will shoot any commercial shotgun slug.
If your shotgun has between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining and a good bore,then 200-400 dollars.
From a recent internet search, a 16 gauge fetches roughly $385.
You will need to contact Ithaca. Published sn's do not go that high.
* Full *- Improved Modified ** Modified **- Improved Cylinder **$ Skeet *** Cylinder Bore
I was offered 400 for mine at a pawn shop so prob around 600
Depends entirely on age and condition - neither of which is indicated in the question, so no way to answer.
It stands for Modified choke.
Describes the amount of choke.
from smallest pattern to largest: full improved modified modified improved cylinder cylinder (no choke)
Full and modified.
Browning Choke Markings "* " = full "*- " = improved modified "** " = modified "**-" = improved cylinder "**$" = skeet "***" = cylinder
no because it would/might break
Means that it has been changed in some way from the regular version.
M=MODIFIED IC=IMPROVED CYLINDER S=SKEET F=FULL Also, as stamped on receiver: * Full *- Improved Modified ** Modified **- Improved Cylinder **$ Skeet *** Cylinder Bore
The serial number indicates your standard-type Model 37 was manufactured in 1953.
improved cylinder and modified