No details about this name appear in any of the lists of trade names I have, but I suspect it was made by one of the Belgian firms circa 1890-1914, possibly for sale by Janney, Semple, Hill & Co of Minneapolis.
If you are speaking of the single or double barrel guns, you can change barrels. However, you should have a gunsmith look at the other barrel to make sure it fits properly, most of them need a little hand fitting.
It was made in 1914 and "probably" is a Flues model
$50-$150, depending on condition. Most were low dollar guns.
Most shot guns can handle deer slugs.
Go to Numrich Gun Parts in google, they have online schematics for most guns.
made in usa
Check the yellow pages for gunsmiths. you can find any and all parts for almost all guns at www.e-gunparts.com
Some brands of the double barrel shot guns includes, Stoeger, Remington and Winchester. The price for the double barrel shot gun can range from over $1000, depending on the collection.
You can get some double barrel parts from GUNPARTS. com
Try Gunbroker.com,or guns america.Both these sites might have them listed under gun parts.
A Frenchman named Henri Double. His last name was pronounced 'Dooblay', so to be accurate you should always refer to double barrel shotguns as dooblay barreled guns.
Marixa is a Spanish brand. Elbur is probably Eibar, which is a town where a lot of Spanish guns are made. It could be worth several hundred dollars.
If the Stevens double is a modern gun in good condition you can shoot slugs in it. Some double guns may tend to "cross shoot." You'll just have to try it and see. Keep the distance short, to 30 yards or so.
The guns Hercules guns made by Stevens and sold by Wards were made around 1910 to 1940
American Guns - 2011 Double Barrel Cannon His and Hers Revolvers 2-8 was released on: USA: 27 June 2012
I have a Single barrel Galef Made in Italy. Galef is the Opels of guns. The 2 barrel helps but dont expect half of what the Cadilac and Porsche of guns.
It's a French shotgun. Verny Carron was the maker, the shotguns tend to be well made guns.
For a good estimate, the year and model would be necessary. Guns like this typically go for $100-$400 depending on condition and features.
Made in 1903. Depending on condition it is probably worth around $350. You can look up gunbroker.com and see what similar guns are selling for at auction.
A 410 gauge, single barrel shotgun with Volunteer stamped on it and Serial number A981277 was made by the Volunteer Arms Company. They made guns for Belknap Hardware store in Louisville, Kentucky.
Richland model 711 10 gauge side-by-side double barrel shotguns were manufactured in Zabalay, Spain. Numerous 10 gauge side-by-side double barrel shotguns were made in Spain during the 1960's and 1970's. Generally speaking they were well built and provided yeoman service to then waterfowl & turkey hunters. Virtually all of these Spanish made double barrel 10 gauge guns of that period sported 32" barrels bored full (choke) and full (choke). Some were intrinsically more attractive than others - sporting bright receivers, double ebony sighting beads, 'blonde' stocks with ebony & ivory spacers on the pistol grip and recoil pad. The era of these guns ended with the advent of steel shot - which was discompatible with fixed full chokes. As a matter of note Spanish made 10 gauge double barrel shotguns resurfaced in the mid-to-late 1980's, this time as 'turkey hunter specials' featuring 26" barrels with screw-in chokes and parkerized finish.
Trade name used by J Stevens Arms Co on guns made for the catalog trade. Value would be below $250.
Made by C.G. Bonehill Birmingham England, Ca 1880. Decent guns, not British Best but not junk either.