$1,200 to $1,300 with box and manuals
You need to shoot it.
It is a shotgun shell.
Gold Shell. In other words gold plated.
The number of pellets contained in the shell will depend on the size of the shot.
The Carapace is the top shell, the underside is plated, as too are the legs, pincers and claws.
Winchester stopped the regular production of 20 gauge in 1963 and the 20 gauge magnum shell wasn't introduced for several years later.
i dont know. i think it is
a turtle can never out grow its shell. the shell grows also.
No, a snail would never break out of its shell. It will die without the shell.
They never did. Winchester makes a paper shell and they all still make brass shells.
Most likely it is Gold shell (gold plated) But it could be a jewelers mark.
2 3/4" or 3" shells only
3 shot (1 in chamber & 2 in the tube)
Yes as long as you get one made for the Winchester model 1300 and chambered for the same length of shotgun shell that the receiver is chambered for.
the shell would never be empty, there would be another shell under it and it would have all of its valence electrons
I have a Winchester 16ga model 1400 I got it a few days ago I cleaned it and went out to shoot it but it does not want to eject the empty shell, what could be the problem, anybody?
they never change their shell and they can be eaten.
50-1000 USD depending on specifics.
snails never come completely out of there shell there shell might break so they can grow a new one. but a snail performs torsion in witch its body twist into the shell they create and can not leave there shell but can grow the shell bigger so there shell grows with them
You NEVER should remove a crab from ti's shell!! unless it's dead or something
turtles never get too large for a shell,the shells grows with them the shell is part if there skin
not long you should try a to find a way to put him back in his shell or he will die. My Hermit crab left his shell and never made it back. In other words: He left the house and never came back...