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Crescent Firearms

Crescent Firearms is the manufacturer of several styles of shotgun since 1888 to present. Most of the shotguns produced by Crescent Firearms were labeled with trade names of retailers and distributors.

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What is the age and value of crescent 20 GA victor serial 642193?

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Crescent Firearms Co. Meriden and Norwich, Connecticut.

Circa 1890s-1930s. Acquired by H.D. Folsom Arms Company.Circa 1893. Eventually absorbed by j. Stevens Arms & Tool company, Massachusetts. Circa 1932. Manufacturers of large quantities of low and medium priced shotguns under their own house and various trade names. Basic single shot- about $65. Unfortunately all records destroyed in the 1930s. Sorry-

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Ejector nozzles are used in jet engines. They are the simpler of the nozzles used and are more conventional that iris nozzles. Ejector nozzles are part of a group that includes ejector, iris, rocket, and low-ratio nozzles.

Do they make bullets for a enders royal service 12 G double barrel?

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That should be a shotgun, and it will shoot 12 gauge shotshells or slugs, available at any sporting goods store and most department stores. You should check with a gunsmith to determine chamber size. It may also be marked on the barrels, or underneath them, as to chamber length. Some older 12 gauge take shells that are 2-9/16" long. Most modern ones are 2-3/4", and some will take 3". Each length chamber will take any shorter length shell as well.

What is the value of a Leader Gun Co 16 gauge shotgun serial number 380888?

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Value of any gun is based on exact make, model and condition- without all 3, we can't even get in the ballpark for an answer. The Baker Gun company made a side by side under the Leader name, but values vary depending on damascus or steel barrels. Sorry, but you need to visit a gun shop or gun show for a hands-on appraisal of your sshotgun. Please note- EARLY 16 g guns did NOT fire the 2 3/4 inch shells in use today, and are dangerous if they are fired. EVEN IF AN UNFIRED SHELL FITS.

What is the antique value of Danial Boone 1930 20 gauge E6216 double barrell shotgun?

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Without seeing it, I would guess that the antique value is nonexistant. The name "Danial Boone" is unrelated to the American frontiersman and is only there to sell the shotgun. It is possible that the gun is American manufacture (Crescent City made thousands of inexpensive shotguns with every name brand you could imagine) or it could be a Spanish or Belgian shotgun. In any case, it is not a Purdy or Winchester or other brand which would command "antique" value. If the gun functions, it would be considered a field piece and could be worth a few hundred dollars. If it is worn out, it is a wall hanger and would not be worth the cost of restoration.

How old is the 410 victor ejector crescent fire arms co shotgun with genuine armory steel and serial number 635570 is or has it been modified or changed?

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It was never documented when Crescent Firearms made these single shot .410 gauge shotguns.It should be noted that these shotguns were made with a 12in.barrel.Under today,s laws these short barreled single shot shotguns are considered illegal if they were not registered with BATFE and be subject to seizure.

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From the FN site: "it has 10 or 20 round capacity."