If you really want the Monkey Wards gun, you may have to look for quite a while, but I think if you get into any fair-sized city you should be able to find a Stevens or Springfield at a pawn shop or sporting goods store. You can also search the internet auction sites like Gunbroker and classifieds at Shotgun World.
I have a 16 gauge double barrel for sale.
the most u will get is $5. ill buy it from you for $10
You would have to list the model number of your shotgun,to identify the maker of your sears and roebuck shotgun,in order to get the correct buttstock.
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where can I can I buy the fmj double barrel 410 shotgun ? are they still available?
Depends on where/who you buy from. Range 175-225 USD
Try the related links for further information.
Try Shotgun news or Gunbroker.com Try AuctionArms.com or Guntrader.com
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try gunpartscorp website. They have a cross reference to determine what company made your shotgun.
I have a sears and robuck 20 ga. pump with adjustable choke on the end of the barrel
Gun store, auction sites, pawn shop, local ads.
12 gauge "bean bag" rounds can be fired from any conventional 12 gauge pump shotgun with a cylinder choke barrel. All you need to do is to purchase this type of shotgun a local gunshop or sporting goods retailer.
A person is able to buy a 12 gauge shotgun in a gun's store or a store where equipment for hunting is sold. One may also buy a shotgun in an exibition show where the law permit it.
Probably not going to find an original stock in usable shape. You will have to buy one of the 95% inletted stocks available from companies like Boyd's and finish it yourself. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi: I have a Savage Arms 775A 12 gauge barrel for sale!!! you can contact me by email, for more information!!! my email address is: email@example.com
I found a new unfinished one at: http://www.gun-parts.com/index.html/
I don't know how much a single is worth but I did buy a double awhile ago and I paid $190 for it that all I know
Try the gun broker auctions in the parts catagory Gunbroker.com
It is difficult to find even 10 gauge shotgun ammo today. I have my doubts if 8 gauge shotgun ammo is even made any more, but corrections welcomed.
Occasionally there will be a 10 Gauge shotgun for sale in your local sporting goods shop -if you don't see one, ask the clerk for a catalog- or possibly a pawn shop. If you are lucky, you may find an ol' double-barreled 10-Gauge, but some of them have "Damascus twist" barrels and can't handle modern loads.