ESSEX Tradename used by Belknap Hardware Company of Louisville,on shotguns made by Crescent Fire Arms Company. ESSEX Tradename used by J. Stevens Arms Company on rifles and shotguns.
Not enough information.
None published. Try shotgun collectors.
The Essex trade name was used by Belknap Hardware of Louisville, KY. A double barrel was probably made by Crescent Fire Arms Co c. 1893-1930.
Look up the Marlin shotgun with the same model number.
There are a few places where one can obtain information on a Hugh Hastings 10 gauge shotgun. Information on this gun can be found through gun value books or through local gun dealers.
You can find information for the 16 gauge Worthington Challenger single barrel shotgun at most gun stores and pawn shops. Many of these stores offer free appraisals and have knowledgeable clerks.
the value of a 1948 Stevens double barrel shotgun 16 gauge. Hammerless.
BLue Book of Gun Values
the only information i have is that i own one and can't find any information about it
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It would depend on the model you are interested in. Here is a link for Automatic 16's.
It is a Stevens shotgun, based on a Browning patent. Inexpensive.
If you can find one, yes.
See #6 at http://www.marlinfirearms.com/CustomerSupport/faq.asp
You will have to carefully note exactly how the gun is marked, first.
Basically a Stevens "store-brand" shotgun from the 1920's. firstname.lastname@example.org
can you find any information on a 410 gauge o/u by American arms inc. made in Italy? thank you
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Obviously French, but not much else. The proofmarks under the barrel and type of action will help date the shotgun.
You can get it here:http://www.sears.com/en_us/customer-service/product-information/find-a-manual.html
Depends on what info you are seeking. Rossi is owned by Taurus. The Taurus website would be a good starting point.
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.
This would be an early H&R shotgun from 1905-1940, or thereabouts. The 36" barrel makes it more interesting.