Who made the Ranger 410 side by side shotgun?
I too have a Ranger .410 sxs hamerless shotgun.
I believe it to be made by Stevens.
Possibly a model 311.
Who made a 16 GA sxs ranger precision grade 104.3 with Sn 158172 with the barrels stamped made in belgium?
This Double barrel / sxs hammerless boxlock shotgun was made by Hunter Arms in Fulton, New York in the 20's and 30's. It was a cheap costing shotgun made to the same standards as L.C. Smith shotguns. Not much is written on the Ranger , but they were made in 12, 16, 20 and 410 ga. Hope this helps Rick
Ranger was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck, probably from about 1920-1040's. The guns were made by a variety of manufacturers, but a SxS double is most likely a version of the Stevens 311. They should be good utility guns, but nothing flashy or expensive. A 12 gauge should be worth $200-$250. The 20 gauge might be $100 higher. This is an incorrect answer. The Ranger line was made for Sears and Roebuck, by…
What company makes a western field 410 shotgun that is bolt action and what is the location of the company?
What is the value and manufacturer of a 410 Ranger side by side shotgun serial X73518 M patented in 1915?
410 side by side shotguns of all varieties are very rare, regardless of maker. The best way to find out the value of any firearm is to ask a gunshop owner what you should insure it for. Never ask 'how much is it worth' or 'what will you give for it,' because a gunshop owner, like any other merchant, makes his living by buying low and selling high. If you say "This is an heirloom…
Marlin * ** Marlin? Which Marlin ** Ranger was a trade name used by Sears prior to World War II, changing to JC Higgins after the war. I can't think of any bolt-action Marlin .410 model... enlighten me? In the meantime, if the original poster can email digital photos to us we can certainly identify the precise make and model. email@example.com I believe Hunter Arms, a division of L. C. Smith, made the Ranger 104.5…
triumph was a shotgun line made by Crescent arms for Sears and Roebuck. The guns are not very collectible, but in good shape may bring a fair price. The gun is probably a single shot break open with Triumph stamped on the side of the action. If so it is probably nothing special, though being a 410 helps the value a bit.