try numrich arms west hurley ny . they have a website
The former world record for the longest range sniper kill was 2430 meters (7972 feet), accomplished by a Canadian sniper, Corporal Rob Furlong.
You can get one from a site called Auction Arms. Here is the link http://www.auctionarms.com/search/displayitem.cfm?itemnum=8469883.
Or go to Numrich gun parts at this link http://www.e-gunparts.com/productschem.asp?chrMasterModel=3620zP-32
The top site is an auction site so you would have to register with them to bid on it. The other one is a gun parts site. They might have you register I am not sure. I am registered with both of them.
The first place to check would be at a local gunshop. If that fails, try Numrich Gunparts
A clip just holds ammunition & will not feed ammunition since there is not a spring to push the ammunition into the firearm. A Magazine is a feeding device that holds the ammunition & has a spring to feed the ammunition into the firearm. Also a clip is normally used to feed a magazine. As far as magazines go there are numerous types. The common ones are a box magazine, tubular magazine, rotary magazine & these can be internal or detachable. Most bolt action rifles have an internal magazine while most semi automatic firearms have a detachable magazine like what is used in an AK-47 or the AR-15 series rifles. One internal magazine semi auto rifle is the M-1 Garand, it also needs a clip to feed it. Many 22 rifles have a tubular magazine as do many shotguns. An example of a rotary box magazine would be the 10/22 ruger or the old Savage 99. The 10/22 is detachable where the Savage 99 is not (in the old ones, the newer Savage 99 magazines are detacable & I believe a regular box style). Hope this helps some.
No, Machine Gun Kelly is not single.
usually they are known as concussions.
Your pistol is a Czech cz-27, made while under German occupation. Value will depend on condition and exact markings, but CAN be significant ($1000 or more) You need a hands on appraisal.
If you mean a Remington 512 X Sportsmaster, no. It is for .22 Short, Long, Long rifle cartridges. The .22 magnum is longer, larger in diameter and more powerful.
The .22 LR is effective to 150 yd (140 m), though practical ranges tend to be less. After 150 yd, the ballistics of the round are such that it will be difficult to compensate for the large "drop".
7 x 57mm - 1 in 9 1/4" . . . . . . . .Remington 700
$160-$250, depending heavily on condition. Manufactured from 1922-1935
The value of any firearm is based on the exact make, model and condition. Your Walther self loading (selbstlade) pistol has some degree of collector's value, which will be driven by condition. You will need a hands-on appraisal. Take your pistol to a local gun shop or gun show. There were at least 4 different versions made, and values are typically several hundred dollars- again, based on model and condition.
Your question is rather unclear. In skeet/ trap, there are a few competitions that do not permit ejected fired shotshells to hit the ground, and those guns are modified to hold 2 fired shells to be removed by hand. Please expand on your question- rifle, shotgun, pistol, etc, and we will try to answer it for you.
Beretta is a MAKE of firearm. It does not tell us the model or caliber, which will determine the maximum range that a fired bullet can travel. You need to specify.
$600-$700, depending on condition.
Your Spencer Gun Co shotgun isa "Trade Brand Name" shotgun. That is a shotgun made by a major maker usually for a wholesaler or retailer who chose the name to go on the gun. In this case the gun was probably made by the Crescent Fire Arms Company of Norwich,CT (1892 to 1932) the largest maker ever of such guns. It was made for and sold at wholesale by the Hibbard Spencer Bartlett Co of Chicago, a large dealer in sporting goods. Best guess on a date would be sometime between 1910 and 1925.
The Mosin Nagant 91/30 rifle is a 5 shot bolt action .30 caliber rifle designed in 1891 for the Russian military. There have been several million made in several variations. This is a link to an article on the history of the rifle with photos of the rifle: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mosin%E2%80%93Nagant
You can order from the website for Havlin Sales. They are $32 plus shipping. Victor and Cheryl Havlin run the Mossberg Collector Association, and are the "go to" people for anything Mossberg. Also very nice people.
Contact Mossberg Customer Service through their website. That rifle was made by Mossberg for Montgomery Wards. It is a Mossberg Model 742.
The NCIC is not supposed to ever purge stolen gun records, and neither are local law enforcement, BUT that's not the reality I've found.
NCIC might keep gun records forever -- or until the case is resolved -- but many local agencies purge their records after a time, usually 10 or 12 years, and without the police report, the NCIC record might not help.
I'm not completely clear on how the process works, but it seems that if a cop catches a bad guy with a gun, and the gun pops up as stolen in the NCIC, his agency must first contact the originating agency before certain actions can be taken against the perp. I think this only refers to charges for posession of stolen property and such, but it's not clear.
More importantly, what information is actually contained in the record in the NCIC is unclear. It is likely that it only contains the make, model, serial number, and the case number and agency that originally filed the report. Even if it contains the name and address of the person the gun was stolen from, if the address is out of date, you're out of luck.
I recall a case a few years ago, where a guy saw an auction notice on a car that had been stolen from him something like 24 years prior. It was listed in the NCIC, but they were unable to locate the rightful owner and had the guy not noticed and recognized the car in the auction notice, he'd never have known.
The victim of theft of a gun, car, or other high'value item, should be sure to maintain a copy of the police report and notify the reporting agency any time they move, and also ask them to update and maintain that record. Even if they don't move, it's probably a good idea to check with the original agency and ask them to update the case file to be sure that it doesn't get purged.
Step 1- be sure that the maker of our revolver WAS Smith & Wesson. If the only marking is "38 S&W", that is not the maker, but the caliber. Second, if the gun IS marked Smith & Wesson, contact S&W customer service. S&W does not share data on dates of manufacture as other makers do.
The simplest would be a single shot muzzle loading firearm. In modern cartridge firearms, a break action firearm. They are made as rifles, shotguns and pistols.
it is the measure of the width of the bore, given in millimeters or fractions of an inch. Thus you can have a .303 Enfield, or an 8mm Mauser.
From the Hunter Education course-
To match the proper ammunition to your rifle, shotgun, or handgun correctly: