A Damascus twist steel double barrel shotgun is an antique shotgun made by layering iron and steel and welding them together. This kind of shotgun is worth approximately $3,000 depending on the condition of the weapon.
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I don't really know but I have one that belonged to my great grandfather if you find out anything please post it here.
In a word, no. In two words, absolutely not. www.countrygunsmith.net
charles roges shotgun
England, impossible to give value without name of maker.
16 ga lapagage a liege double barrel with hammers ser. number 739
I happen to be in the same predicament. Its a double barrell nickel plated 12 guage made by T.B. Janney with Twist Belgium on the barrell. Any info...? colby.carter@hotmail
Eclipse Gun Co., Belgium Made a twist double barrel Patent 4883c6 - Dec R 20, 1892. Eclipse Giant - double exterior hammers
Is this shotgun manufactured with a twist steel barrel
It is a four digit number on the receiver under the right side barrel, open the gun and look deep on the receiver,
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You may have some success at the shotgun world website, (shotgunworld.com) there is a vast network of collectors and shotgun experts there that may be able to help
I can say that the marking stevens Arms and Tool company was marked on stevens made firearms from 1886-1915.This time period would include your double barrel shotgun.As to value that would dpend on your shotgun having steel barrel or Damascus twist steel barrel(BLACKPOWDER ONLY).The ovreall condition would also be important.
Store brand made up of parts made in the US and abroad
The W.H.Hamilton 12 Guage shotgun is from the turn of the century. Look for either Damascus or Belgum Twist on the barrel to deermine the era. In good shape it may sell at auction from $200 + - all depending on the completeness and shape. Do not use with modern high velocity powders. Most sell for wall hangings for $150 in average shape.
inside reciever stamped: 4256 D C
Pieper was a Belgian gun maker, so it was most likely made in Belgium. Look for the Belgian black powder proof marks.
Not likely to find one. Serial numbers weren't required on long arms until 1969 and this gun was made by Anciens Etablissment Pieper around 1910.
There is no record that Husqvarna ever made a 10 ga shotgun.
About $100 or so. The damascus/twist steel barrels are generally considered unsafe to shoot with modern ammunition.