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No Model 772. How exactly is the shotgun marked? email@example.com
You will have to carefully note exactly how the gun is marked, first.
The ROBUST shotgun was made by Manufrance, which was France's largest private gun manufacturing company. If you look underneath the barrels, it should be marked as to year of manufacture. Value is going to have to be determined by a hands-on appraisal.
Try googling it. I believe you will be surprised.
It is a Stevens shotgun, based on a Browning patent. Inexpensive.
Would need to know exactly how that gun is marked.
It will be marked on the receiver. It was made in 1980
If it is marked only Blue Grass, not Blue Grass Model 1900 or Bluegrass Arms Co, and is a hammer double, it was made by Hopkins & Allen Arms, 1896 to 1915, according to Vorisek's Shotgun Markings.
Marked with that version of the company name, it would have been made between 1886 and 1916.
It will be marked on the receiver/barrel.
It should be marked on the barrel or recieiver.
The barrel will be marked "Made in Belgium"
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The Stevens 335 was manufactured from about 1910-1940. There are very few documented Wells Fargo guns and those that have documentation are not conspicously marked with the company name. These were added by an unscrupulous antique dealer wishing to sell a $200 shotgun for $1000.
It is a Stevens gun, general utility type shotgun. Value around $200 in good condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
If the shotgun is marked Hopkins and Allen Manufacturing Company, Norwich Conn. it was made between circa 1880-1885 and 1898. If marked Hopkins and Allen Arms Company, it was manufactured between 1898 and 1915. No records are available to give a more exact date of manufacture.
It will be marked on the barrel.
Probably turn of the century
AnswerEastern Arms was a trade name of Sears Roebuck. From about 1905 - 1915 it would probably have been made by Meriden Firearms, a company owned by Sears. Later guns were probably made by J. Stevens Arms. But since the low bid got the contract, some were made by Crescent, Iver Johnson, and others.Sears sold guns under the Eastern Arms name after WWII as well. Eastern Arms guns made by Stevens were marked 101.7. Any guns sold by Sears that were made by Marlin were marked 103.xx with numbers after the decimal indicating a specific model.