manufactured by s&w for british government (lend lease program) for WWII then sold for surplus and converted by cogswell and harrison for sale to us market, most coverted to 38 special. shoud be operated with extreemly light 38 special loads and will ballon case heads will not be very accurate
With the serial number starting with a "V", you probably have a S&W Victory model, made at the start of WWII.
It shoots shot...
Can't be answered without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, barrel length, caliber, sights, stock material, box, papers, accessories, history, finish, overall condition, etc..
You are aware that Ruger has made .22 caliber rifles, pistols and revolvers? You have to give information to get information.
Should be marked on the barrel. It is impossible to tell caliber from the information you provided.
The Sharp Rifle was originally issued in .52 caliber, then later converted to .45-70.
With the exception of guns like the Thompson/Center, a single shot weapon that changes barrels, there are few .22 pistols that can EASILY converted to a larger caliber. The .22 is a rimfire, and firing pin is in the wrong place for a centerfire cartridge.
10-100 USD depending on specifics
Where can you find information about a 270 caliber rifle
What do you want to know?
Anywhere from $5 to $5,000. There are thousands of diferent .22 caliber firearms. Giv eus some information, and we can give you an answer.
Blue Book of Gun Values
Impossible to answer without more information.
If your rifle is a No 2A Mk III Ishapore, it is not converted, but made in caliber 7.62 NATO. Magazines are available from gunpartscorp under their part number 376330 for about $52 plus shipping.
The first Springfield Trapdoor rifles, built right after the civil war and often converted from the older Springfield rifled muskets, were .50 caliber, but the later versions were .45
If it's a 1863 model then it would be a cap and ball model, not cartridge, and it would be about a 31 or 36 caliber. However, if the piece was converted to cartridge then it COULD be a 32 cal. cartridge.
SPESCO was an importer in GA. Need more information (all markings) to give more of an answer.
Made in Canada
No company by the name of Salvage known to me.
Anywhere from $75 on up, based on that information.
how much is it worth and is it accurate.
No known history published on this company