Where can I find 16 gauge shotgun shells?
Finding 16 Gauge Shells. RST, the boutique ammunition company that supplies lovely, light loads in all different gauges and case lengths to keep old guns shooting and provide comfortable shooting even for new guns, makes 16-gauge ammunition to suit any gun ever made.
How can I tell what kind of Shotgun I have?
Look on both sides of the gun, directly under the trigger. This is where almost every shotgun manufacturer places the shotgun brand seal. Turn the butt of the shotgun handle stock toward you. Look for a thin steel plate tacked to the rear of the handle with the shotgun brand name and the model number on it.
What’s the weight of a 16 gauge shotgun?
It is at its best with shot charges of 7/8-ounce to 11/8 ounces. A 16-gauge double weighing 6¼ pounds, with 30-inch barrels, is the kind of upland gun that grouse and woodcock hunters rhapsodize about (or bobwhite quail and dove hunters, for that matter).
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 big is a 16 gauge double barrel shotgun?
A 16-gauge double weighing 6¼ pounds, with 30-inch barrels, is the kind of upland gun that grouse and woodcock hunters rhapsodize about (or bobwhite quail and dove hunters, for that matter). You can carry it all day and hardly feel it, then shoot a hundred rounds and be ready for more.
Why was the 16 gauge shotgun so popular?
As we have already noted, on paper, the 16 is the perfect shotgun, the right size load creating the optimum shot column for delivering the perfect pattern from a gun weighing exactly six pounds. So What Went Wrong? In Europe, nothing. There, the 16 is still very popular and was widely used in making combination guns like drillings.
What is the history of J.P.Sauer and son?
J.P. Sauer & son by Peter Arfmann & Rolf Kallmeyer, On 100 pages the history of Suhl and the Sauer Company and the guns they made up to June 1948 when the Russian Administration Authority disowned the Sauer family are described and shown.
Where is the serial number on an eastern arms shotgun?
I cannot find a serial number, and the only other marking I have been able to find is “94A” stamped on the right-hand side of the receiver above the trigger.
What was the original model of eastern arms 12 ga?
According to THE Blue Book of Gun Values– Store Brand Cross-Over List, Eastern Arms Model 101.1 was made by Stevens. The original model # was 94B. No dates of mfg. are listed. I too have a model 101.1 12 Ga. that was the only gun my dad ever owned.