Your Browning auto-5 shotgun was the first year importation was resumed with F.N.of Belgium after World War II.This shotgun will range in price from 500-650 dollars,for a plain barrel model.A matted rib barrel model will bring between 700-850 dollars,and a vent rib barrel model will bring between 600-750 dollars in the condition that you describe.
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Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 12 pump action shotgun in 16 gauge was made in the year 1924,will bring between 275-400 dollars if it has between 60%-80%of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.You may add 10% to the value due to the shotgun being made prior to World War II. It should be noted that Winchester model 12 shotguns with the marking Nickel steel barrel as become more collectable to people collecting these fine made shotguns.your shotgun should have this mark as it was made prior to 1931.If your shotgun has a factory solid rib barrel add 20-40% to the above values listed.If it has a Winchester milled vent rib barrel add 50%-60% to the above listed value.I hope that you find this information informative.
Kirk Gun Co. was a trademark of Farwell, Ozmun, and Kirk. Inc, a hardware dealer in St. Paul, Minnesota. They made guns from roughly 1911 to just after World War II, best as I can determine. The weapon is a typical "hardware store gun", an it's intrinsic value is not high, made even less so by being a single shot. To collectors, though, it might be an addition to their collection that's they'd happily pay some bucks for.
th 1901 world challenge ejector goes for between $100-$900 depending on the condition. I had my looked at by three diffrent gun smith for that same reason.
A F & Co.Would most likely be Abercrombie and Fitch CoNo, not Abercrombie and Fitch...Shotguns marked World's Challenge Ejector were made by Andrew Fyrberg & Sons Mfg. company in Worcester MA until 1903 and by the Meriden Fire Arms Co. after 1905. They are of very little collector value.
With the vast numbers of brands and models it is hard to value, You may have some success at the shotgun world website, (shotgunworld.com) there is a large network of collectors and shotgun experts there that may be able to help.
You may have some success at the shotgun world website, (shotgunworld.com) there is a vast network of collectors and shotgun experts there that may be able to help.
Should be priceless to you, but to the rest of the world, $50-$125.
You may have some success at the shotgun world website, (shotgunworld.com) there is a vast network of collectors and shotgun experts there that may be able to help
World Football Challenge was created in 2009.
World Club Challenge was created in 1989.
Dunlop World Challenge was created in 2008.
I beleave I saw a value you chart on Shotgun World Around 65-75 dollars I think is what the chart said for one in good shape. check out this web-site for parts and manuals High Standard
IAAF World Cross Challenge ended in 2000.
IAAF World Cross Challenge was created in 1990.