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2009-11-28 02:23:33
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This would be a Sears Roebuck gun, probably manufactured c. 1910 by Meriden Firearms.

Nothing much. Single shot, 20 gauge, and "Sears and Roebuck" on it (it was probably made by Savage) all work against it having a high value. It may be worth $40-$50 to someone.

The 12 Gauge Single Shot Shotgun Model 336882 from the Volunteer Arms Company was probably manufactured by the Belknap Hardware and Manufacturing Company that operated in Louisville, Kentucky. Iver Johnson Company and H & R, are two other gun manufacturers that made this type of shotgun.

Ranger Shotguns were sold by Sears Roebuck and Company. Several companies made the Ranger including J. Stevens Arms, Merlin, and Hunter Arms.

About $75-$100. The .410 brings more than the larger gauges in the single-shot Stevens brand.

Manufactured by either Meriden Firearms for Sear Roebuck) , 1907-1915, or J Stevens Arms, 1920-??(probably about 1940).

Guns with the name New White Powder Wonder were made by the Crescent Fire Arms Company, W.H. Davenport Arms, Meridian Fire Arms Company or Stevens Arms & Tool Company. They were made for and sold by Sears Roebuck & Company.

The Gibraltar single shot is known as a "Trade Brand Name" shotgun. A "Trade Brand Name" shotgun is one that was made by a major maker for a wholesaler or retailer who chose the name to go on the gun and was sold as the store’s brand. This particular type of shotgun was made between 1900 and 1940. Shotguns with the name GIBRALTAR were made by one of two makers, Meriden Fire Arms Company of Meriden, CT or Stevens Arms & Tool Company of Chicopee Falls. MA. They were made for and sold by Sears Roebuck & Co of Chicago, IL. Depending on condition, value is about $50-$75.

The Western Field shotgun was sold by Montgomery Ward and made by Mossberg. Made around 1964. I inherited one that is in mint condition and still fires. It is a 410 single barrel 150c shotgun.

please somebody answer the question, i have the exact same shotgun, in mexico, i would appreciate the information

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This company was owned by Sears Roebuck and produced guns from 1905 to 1915.

Single shot break action shotgun? If so, most likely a Springfield 947. Depending on condition, value is about $75. Well made, reliable shotgun- just not a very pricey one.

Depends on condition. If at 90 to 100% good, price is from $100-150. Or as in all things it is worth what someone is willing to pay to own it.

Manufactured by Stevens for Sears Roebuck. Worth $25 to $75, depending on condition. Might break $100 if still in factory-new condition.

They look like a single shot shotgun- since they are made by a company that MAKES single shot shotguns. The tranquilzer dart is about as big as your finger.

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