Scranton, PA adopted the nickname "The Electric City" shortly after 1886. It was the practice of the time for makers to mark their guns with the trade name requested by major buyers so the name means very little except to indicate it was made for the Scranton market area after 1886. A major clue to the date of manufacture would be the chamber length. This may be marked on the outside of the barrel. If it is not, it may be measured with a chamber gauge or by measuring the distance a .473" diameter rod may be inserted into the chamber. If unmarked, it may not be a .410 at all, but one of several .44 shot cartridges which evolved into the .410. If marked as .410 without a length indicated, the chamber may well be 2". That would place the gun in the earlier part of our time frame. If the chamber is for 2 1/2" shells, it would have been made well after 1900. It would be extremely dangerous to fire an 2 1/2" shell in a 2" chamber.
My Granddad has one. He needs a forend for it. Thats all I know. It's very old.
get the shotgun, but if you want a M4 get an electric on at evike.com or airsoft GI
An automatic electric gun would be the best
you should get the spas 12
Your gun is a Stevens Model 520. Made for Sears, and marked with the Sears trademark of Ranger. Nice pump shotgun, originally designed by John Browning.
Sears Roebuck used the Ted Williams trademark from the early 1950s until they stopped selling firearms and related items in the 1970s.
The AS47 shotgun and the UHC UZI Mini electric airsoft gun are pretty good ones.
LAKESIDE was a known trademark of the Montgomery Ward Co and used on guns produced for them by HD Folsom/Crescent Firearms from 1895-1930. Value will be up to $250.
whatever someone willing to pay or what you want for the gun.
It is a shotgun
Modle 101 1380 410 shotgun
Yes it is the most powerful shotgun.