If only in 'fair' condition, around $200-$250. firstname.lastname@example.org
Depends on year of manufacture, condition, quality of stock, but probably in the ballpark of $400-$500 for a good condition weapon.
Yes, but, expect to pay for it.
Springfield M1903A3, Winchester Model 70, Remington M40 (modified Remington 700), XM21 (modified M14).
The Sportsman 450 will go almost 55 miles per hour when it is not modified. The 500 series is only slightly faster.
Yes, some of the remington tubes will but not all. I have a remington modified choke in my mp 153 right now.
Yes: A Remington 870 shotgun with a modified choke will shoot any commercial shotgun slug.
Is it a screw in choke?
Around $1200-$1500 in excellent condition.
They usually use a modified (medium) choke on the 870, unless it has choke tubes.
It says it on the barrel, otherwise if there's no riffling it's been modified or shot out, but quite unlikely.
Yes but it shoots them terrible. I have one myself and I bought the Remington rifled choke tube and it helped dramatically. All Remington chokes fit the Charles Daly shotguns for your future reference. I also found that it shot the Remington Buck Hammer slugs the best.
The 1187 is a safety modified Reminton 1100. The safety was changed in 1987, hence the model number change from 1100 to 1187.
If by 45 automatic pistol you mean the 1911 Colt, then John Browning developed this design and the cartridge it uses between 1900 and 1904, producing his first prototype for testing in 1904. It was tested and modified, then adopted for service use by the United States in 1911, hence its designation as the M1911 Automatic Pistol. The design was further modified to create the M1911A1, which includes the grip safety.
What you describe was never offered for sale by S&W
automatic transmission ( 14 degrees BTDC ) automatic transmission - California ( 8 degrees BTDC ) manual transmission ( 6 degrees BTDC ) according to motorcraft . com
No. The automatic transmission can not take the stress of the full rpms you get in the manual version.
yes, but you shouldn't shoot it with a full choke. make sure you have a modified or improved cylinder choke in the gun before shooting non-toxic shot.
you can make anything automatic. The first semi automatic rifle was a modified lever action Winchester.If you could do it it wouldn't work very well unless you were an awesome engineer.There are many semi and full auto bb guns out there for a tenth of the price of even the tools you would need to make such a conversion.good luck
Modified coins have no collector value. The ring may have some value.
I paid $99.00 used in good condition for mine 12/06/07.
Shotgun no, bolt action rifle yes (1936-55). But I don't believe any smoothbore so if there's not rifling it's shot out or modified.
Yes, provided the magazine has not been modified to accept more than five rounds or the shotgun has not been modified to accept a detachable magazine, and it does not have a collapsible buttstock or pronounced pistol grip.
According to a story on Frank Hamer in the American Rifleman, September 1911 issue, Hamer used a Remington Model 8 semiautomatic rifle in .30 Remington caliber. It has been frequently stated that Hamer used a specially-modified rifle chambered in .35 Remington caliber which he had made up specifically for the ambush. All evidence indicates this is untrue. While Hamer owned such a rifle, which was modified by the addition of a larger-capacity magazine, he obtained it long after the Bonnie & Clyde ambush. And it was not a Remington Model 8 but rather the later Remington Model 81, which was not manufactured until 1936. Photographs of this rifle and its serial number prove without any doubt that it could not have been used in the ambush, as it did not exist in 1934. Some believe Hamer may have used a 12 gauge Remington Model 11 shotgun in the ambush, but there is nothing to support this theory. However, three such shotgunws were used by other members of the ambush party.