How much is a diamond arms 12 gauge shotgun worth?

How much is a diamond arms 12 gauge shotgun worth?

The Diamond Arms 12 gauge single shotgun sold for $300+ in fair condition. So be sure to not give these away anymore. These 100 plus year old Diamond Trade guns are climbing in value everyday. My goodness. A posting from four years ago.

Where does the name Diamond come from on a shotgun?

The gun is what is known as a “Trade Brand Name” shotgun. That is a shotgun made by a major maker for and sold by a wholesaler or retailer who chose the name to go on the gun. I have listings for two guns with the name Diamond. One is just plain Diamond and it was made by the Stevens Arms & Tool Company of Chicopee Falls.MA.

What kind of shotgun does Stevens Arms make?

This company manufactured a number of single-barrel break-open single-shot shotguns. They were chambered for various gauges, with various length barrels and chokes. They are quite similar in appearance and were designed as inexpensive utility-grade weapons.

What’s the price of a semi automatic shotgun?

Semi-auto shotguns can be found for sale in a wide range of prices. At, we offer competitive pricing alongside a selection for nearly every budget. Benelli are priced at around $660 to $1,600, Berettas are listed between $650 and $1,600, and Brownings can be found for just over $400 and go up to about $1,500.

Who are the makers of the diamond shotgun?

One is just plain Diamond and it was made by the Stevens Arms & Tool Company of Chicopee Falls.MA. The other is Diamond Arms Company and it was also made by the Stevens Arms & Tool Company as well as by Iver Johnson’s Arms & Cycle Works of Fitchberg,MA and Harrington & Richarsons Arms Company of Worchester,MA.

When did Diamond arms make the Blue Diamond shotgun?

No matter who made the gun it would have been made sometime between 1915 and 1930. Tobin also built doubles for Norvell-Shapleigh Hardware Co. of StLouis. I’ve seen them marked Diamond Arms Co. and marked Blue Diamond with the Norvell-Shapleigh name on the side-plates. They would have the ” Pat.

How much does a double barrel shotgun cost?

Value can range fro about $200 for a double barrel in factory new condition and $175 for a single barrel in the same condition to less than $10 for either in a rusty rotten incomplete state for either.

What’s the serial number of a Stevens 12 gauge shotgun?

Single Shot ShotgunThis is for an older model Stevens 20 gauge single shot shotgun with no model name serial #550. It is an early J. Stevens Tip-Up Shotgun 30″ barrel. 12 J. Stevens Tip-Up Shotgun 30″ barrel. 12 gauge. Serial # 13407. (Q) Gun preview will only be available on Sunday, February 22nd, 9am to Noon.

Where did the diamond arms gun come from?

The fore-mentioned guns were made by either the Stevens Arms Company of Chicopee Falls, Ma (1864 to date), Iver Johnson’s Arms & Cycle Works of Fitchburg,MA (1871 to 1993) 0r the Harrington & Richardson Arms Company of Worcester,MA (1871 to 1985) for and were sold at wholesale by the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis,MO.

How to tell if a shotgun is a single barrel?

1. The shape of the receiver; straight or sculpted. 2. The shape of the rear of the receiver; straight, curved or rebated. 3. The number and position of the pins and screws in the receiver. 4. Presence and style of take down levers, screws or pins. 1. Crescent and A.J. Aubrey used “Armory Steel” 2. J.

How to identify a pre-WWI single barrel shotgun?

Identification of pre-WWI single barrel shotguns is complicated by the evolution of models and design, and the hundreds of tradenames associated with guns by Crescent, J. Stevens, and others. …