The Ranger 103-1 O/U shotgun was Sears' name for the Marlin Model 90. Sears used the Ranger name prior to WWII and JC Higgins after WWII. The Ranger 103-xx and the Marlin model 90 were introduced in 1937.
Over and under shot guns are shotguns with 1 barrel on top of the other 12 Bore Man!!!
The first of the over under shotguns appeared in the 1830s. One of the main advantages of the over under design is less recoil on firing.
about 200 dollars
The FN Custom Shop is still making High Grade Over/Under Shotguns. Contact Browning for details
Proofhouse.com has a store brand chart. Ranger was a name that Sears branded on firearms made for them by other companies. Sears Ranger O/U shotguns were made by Marlin. When introduced in 1937 and prior to WWII Sears used the Ranger name and JC HIggins after the war. They were sold by Marlin as the Model 90. The 103 was used by Sears to designate guns made by Marlin with the number after a period or dash indicating the particular model.
Take it to a gunsmith for proper identification. Marlin made a Ranger model 103 over and under. Sears Ranger 103 O/U was the Marlin Model 90 O/U. Sears sold them under the Ranger name prior to WWII and as the JC Higgins after WWII.
Over Under, Side by Side, single shot.
Marlin made them for Sears.
Sabatti of Italy
Since the 1800's
No single manufacturer can "purchase the over under shotguns," whatever that means. If you check out their website at www.remington.com , you can find pictures and descriptions of all their firearms currently in production. Many manufacturers make over/unders.
Winchester made the 2.50in chamber in their shotguns up until 1927.In 1928 the change over was made to the 2.75 in.chamber on their shotguns.
AnswerThe model is Ranger 20 gauge over under model 103-12 and is stamped 5363 Ranger 103-5363 o/u was made by Marlin and is the same gun as the Marlin Model 90. Prior to WWII Sears used the Ranger name. After WWII they used the JC Higgins name. Sears introduced the Ranger 103-XX O/U in 1937.
Over-under shotgun san marco
Bay State Arms produced firearms from the 1870's to the 1880's. Most of the shotguns were produced from 1890-1910, by a different company under the Bay State name. The original Bay State Arms Company was taken over by Hopkins & Allen about 1888 but was still actively producing rifles until 1895, and Harrington & Richardson bought the right to the trade name in 1907. Harrington & Richardson made shotguns under this name from 1908 until 1942. .
Shotguns break open, not over. Winchester, Stevens, Ithaca have made 410s
The sn you list dates to 1978.
Parker brothers shotguns were made from 1866-1934,Remington took them over in 1934 and the plant was moved to Ilion,New York in 1938.There were 4,500 transition guns made from 1934-1937,and there were 1,600 parker shotguns made at the Ilion plant before production stopped in 1942.I hope this answers your question.
The Savage model 440 over/under 12 gauge shotgun will range in price from 250-400 dollars depending on overall condition.These shotguns were made from 1968-1972.
My references do not list a Pointer model. High Standard was a gun manufacturer in Conneticut, and made several pump, auto and over/under shotguns. Company ceased operations in 1984. Many of the Sear J C Higgins shotguns were made by High Standard, and the Flite-King model was one of their best known. Good shotguns. Not real pricy, not a lot of collector interest, but decent shooters.
Dozens of makers have made 410 shotguns over the last 100 or so years. Winchester, Remington, Ithaca, Purdey, H&H are a few.
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Could you give a little more information? You've posted under American Gun Company, but these were made by Crescent Arms and that company never made an over/under shotgun. There have been several companies with "American" in their names. One good possibility is American Arms, Inc., an importer of Spanish and Italian shotguns from about 1985 to 2000.
Many manufacturers manufacture double barrel shotguns in either a side by side (SxS) or Over/Under configuration. double barrel was made on July 1 1875 in England. by westley Richards co. it is a hammerless 12 guage