what is the worth of springfield meteor 22 single shot rifle?
it has light ruston the barrel, 50% of bluing, stock has three
scuffs, barrel has ware, as well as the muzzel.
Savage began producing the Springfield Model 67 in the 1950s. It was a pump action budget grade shotgun that ceased production in 1989.
The Springfield name was used from 1920 to 1948 but I can't find a listing for a model 87. there are 2 Springfield 87A .22 rifles currently !!/2/05)listed on Auction Arms one is id ed as a Springfield Stevens and the other as a Springfield 87A i own a Wards Western Field model 87 tube fed semi auto .22 that appears to be identical to these two rifles i know it to be at over 50 years old. I also have one and it is dated to 1968
1. He most likely has passed on by this time, since those devices were invented and used nearly 70 years ago. 2. Springfield rifle? The US manfacturing plant entitled the "Springfield Armoury" closed down in 1968. The most famous Springfield rifles; when discussed by people, are the model 1873 and model 1903. Those two rifles are called "Springfield Rifles." In this 21st century, the '73 model has nearly disappeared from the vocabulary of people, but the model 1903 Springfield is known by most gun folks. So, when you say "Springfield Rifle", most people are going to immediately think of the "Model 1903 Springfield Rifle" which was adapted by the US Army in 1903 (the cartridge was adapted in '06). 3. It is highly doubtful that someone would invent a night vision device for an '03 rifle. 4. Unless you're thinking about today's "Springfield Rifle Company"; those folks were established in about 1973 or so. They have absolutely nothing to do with the REAL US Government Springfield Rifles! They, like today's current "Henry Rifle Company" (started in about 1993) are simply (and legally) using those names as a MARKETING PLOY to gain business. Neither TODAY's Springfield or Henry Rifles are "REAL" Springfield or Henry Firearms. They just want your business; and might prefer that customers believe that they're the original and famous gunmakers (when they are not).
Model 49's were made from 1962 thru 1978.
Winchester made there model 1906 pump action .22cal rifles from 1906-1935.
I have one of these shotguns. I estimate it is 45 years old.
It has been estimated that Meteor Crater was formed about 50,000 years ago.
the last meteor was hit in Australia 10,000 years ago hopes that helps
Winchester has made many rifles over the past 100+ years. You must provide the caliber and action type it you want assistance.
About 4.5 billion years ago.
It varies - from a few centuries to a few billion years. But its not a meteor until it hits an atmosphere (a matter of a few seconds to minutes).
Crude cannon? About 1000 years ago. Rifles? Mid 1500s in Europe.
Well, Enfield covers a HUGE amount of territory- several hundred years, rifles, handguns, and shotguns- with the odd machinegun thrown in for good measure. If your Enfields are muzzle loading rifles, then some of the civil war forums may be of help. If yours are bolt action military rifles, thenwww.surplusrifle.com has some good information on the SMLE rifles.
Dusty Springfield was born on April 16, 1939 and died on March 2, 1999. Dusty Springfield would have been 59 years old at the time of death or 76 years old today.
Browning has made a variety of rim fire bolt action rifles over the years. Without providing the model number/name or a description of condition, the best I can do for you is a price range of 100-1000 USD.
Hundreds of millions of years ago.
What parts do you need? My grandfather past a few years ago and I inherited the barrel and bolt action.
Abraham Lincoln lived in Springfield for 17 years with Mary and their kids.
Rick Springfield is 68 years old (born Richard Springthorpe, August 23, 1949).
Yes, in the early years of the US Civil war the South used hunting rifles such as the Hawken and Kentcuky rifles and shotguns due too the shortage of military rifles, they remained in service until 1863.
Numerous commercial and custom makers have made 8mm Mauser rifles in the last 100 years
S&W did not make the rifles. Howa made them and S&W branded them.
at least the past 200 years
M1903 Springfield Rifle.30-03 & .30-06 Springfield smokeless CartridgeThe Spanish-American War taught the U. S. War Department a valuable lesson about the merits of Mauser pattern bolt action rifles and the 7x57 cartridge. The result was the .30-03 Springfield cartridge, basically an enlarged version of the 7x57 that was used by Spanish troops to wreak havoc on American soldiers.The .30-03 was introduced by the famous U.S. arsenal whose name it bears in 1903. But Germany was one jump ahead of the U.S. and in 1905 introduced the JS version of their 8x57 cartridge. This fired a 150 grain spitzer bullet at about 2800 fps and made the new American .30-03 obsolete overnight.Not to be outdone, the Springfield arsenal shortened the neck of the .30-03 case 0.10" and loaded a 150 grain spitzer bullet at about 2700 fps. Thus was born the .30-06 Springfield. It is worth noting that both the .30-03 (220 grain bullet) and .30-06 (150 grain bullet) cartridges were offered in sporting rifles for several years.
The population of Springfield, Massachusetts is 117,000. The population has been slowly and steadily declining in recent years in Springfield, Massachusetts.