Who are the manufacturers of the Columbia shotgun?
“Columbia” single barrel shotguns were made by the W.H. Davenport Arms Company, Harrington & Richardson Arms Company and the Hopkins & Allen Company. Here’s is some more info I dug up on Columbia shotguns… can’t really verify it but it does fit the timeframe and known manufacturers…
Where are the numbers on a Columbia shotgun?
02. The numbers 5 672 appear to be hand stamped on the inside of the trigger guard, under the trigger guard, on the barrel under the wood housing and inside the wood housing (spacing between the numbers is not consistant and not in a straight line, some are a fraction higher or lower than the others). Can anyone tell me anything about this shotgun?
Where can I find the serial number of my shotgun?
Remington, Browning and Mossberg, three of the world’s largest shotgun manufacturers, provide online tools that will let you use your serial number to find out more details about your weapon. Buy or borrow a copy of the Blue Book of Gun Values, published by Blue Book Publications, Inc. There are more than 1.3 million copies in print as of 2010.
How much does a Weatherby 12 gauge shotgun cost?
Shotgun Gun Manufacturers Manufacturer – Model Value Weatherby – Super X3 Semi Automatic 12 G $1100.00 Weatherby – Super X3 Semi Automatic 12 G $970.00 Weatherby – Super X3 12 Gauge Semi Autom $1000.00 Weatherby – SA08 12 Gauge Semi Automatic $450.00
What kind of shotgun is a 12 gauge?
Mossberg – 1187 12 Gauge Sportsman w/28′ Barrel Black Shotgun Mossberg – 535 ATS Waterfowl 12 Gauge 3.5′ Mag Advantage Max-4 Camo Shotgun Mossberg – 535 ATS Combo 12 Gauge 24′ Fully Rifled Rifle Sights Hardwood Stock Shotgun
How big is a Stevens 12 gauge shotgun?
Stevens – 512 Gold Wing 28 Gauge Over/Under/26′ Blued Barrel Walnut Stock Shotgun Stevens – 512 Gold Wing 12 Gauge Over/Under/28′ Blued Barrel Walnut Stock Shotgun
What kind of shotgun did the Crescent Company make?
The Crescent Co. Made inexpensive single and double barrel shotguns at Norwich, CT beginning about 1892. The company was later bought by H&D Folsom of NYC. Crescent guns were offered in 12, 16, 20 and 28 gauges and later 44XL shot caliber with Damascus Twist laminated or Armory Steel barrels.
When did Columbia pistol go out of business?
‘Columbia’ looks like cursive writing. I did find in a book on it that Columbia was a pistol maker at the turn of the century (1900) that was a front for a New York firm that the name sounded like an attys firm (ex. blah, blah, and blah). Went out of business in 1911. I don’t know if this is the same company.
Double Barrel 12 Gauge with 32” barrels. This is a hard used civil war era double barrel shotgun. This gun has a very neat repairs. Near the action on both sides. The action functions well. The stock has a weathered appearance. Metal has an even brown patina.
When did Crescent f.a.co make shotguns?
CRESCENT F. A. CO. All Models :: Gun Values by Gun Digest Company made good quality inexpensive single- and double-barrel shotguns at its Norwich works, beginning about 1892.