==Miroku Firearms Web Site == http://www.miroku-jp.com/gun/
Miroku is a firearms maker located in Japan
Sears Roebuck did not make quality guns, they made affordable guns so its condition is everything! 100.00 - 150.00 tops! Best luck!
Miroku Firearms Mfg. Co./ 537-1 Shinohara/ Nangoku City, Kochi-Pref Japan
Japan by B.C Miroku
The value of your miroku will depend on grade and contition would range from about 750 to 1200
Sears made good tools, but not guns. These were kits and quality was second. Japan made the steel workings and back then, Japan was like the China of today! 100.00 buck or less is value. They were not highly accurate but where what they were cheap to own. Hope it helps.
Yes, they were the mfg plant that first made Brownings in Japan in 1976.
It MAY- depends on which Browning and which Miroku. Browning moved production of some firearms to Japan, where they were produced by Miroku- so there IS some relation between them. Really need to check with a gunsmith, or staff at Numrich, gunpartscorp- with their staff.
These high grade shotguns were made in Japan by Miroku in the year 1993.There were only 850 made.
300 USD or so
yes. I'll give you $50
I can say that your Browning BL-22 was made between 1970-2003 by Miroku of Japan.
Inuyasha - 2000 Mystical Hand of the Amorous Monk Miroku 1-16 was released on: Japan: 19 February 2001 USA: 7 December 2002
100-400 or so
1976 is the last year for Miroku made Daly guns. From 1976 on the guns have been built in Spain,Italy and now Turkey.!976 is a year that you may find a Daly from Japan or Spain. Both good guns but I prefer the Miroku
It is a Winchester 101, made in Japan. Depending on condition, $600-$800.
From the start all browning guns were made by FN of belguim for browning between 1903-1975.After that all guns were made by Miroku of japan.
One of the larger makers of firearms in Japan today is Miroku. But we need more info to give you a real answer. You have not yet really asked a question.
Haiku originated in Japan.
In about 1973 the Browning Pump Shotgun (BPS) began production at the Miroku factory, and in 1976 production of the legendary John M. Browning-designed Auto-5 shotgun made the move from Belgium factories to Miroku, in Japan. The others followed as they were introduced
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