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2016-12-26 Guns, Firearms, Projectile Weapon Sports - A.V. Marocciui o/u 12 ga.:

Hi again.  I would still have the choke checked.  Is there a serial number on it? (don't give me number) just yes or no.  Please do send some pictures of it. Including close up of site both up and down

2016-12-26 Guns, Firearms, Projectile Weapon Sports - A.V. Marocciui o/u 12 ga.:

The first thing you should do is choke checked on choke gauge. Most gun dealer will do that for free. If doesn't match modified then barrel been cut down. If if was done someone who knows what they are

2016-12-26 Guns, Firearms, Projectile Weapon Sports - Sears, Roebuck and Co. Mod.42DL (Marlin 80 Deluxe):

Hello Lester.     Only information I found was a parts schematic at gunpartscorp.com. under Marlin/Glenfield Model 80. Field strip, such as remove bolt from action and remove barreled action from stock

2016-12-04 Guns, Firearms, Projectile Weapon Sports - My 20 gauge:

Hello Thomas.     Your shotgun was manufactured from 1959-1968 by O.F. Mossberg. You ask if it is either a "slug gun" or a "plain shotgun". If it has a smooth bore, it was designed as a 'shotgun'. However

2016-11-11 Guns, Firearms, Projectile Weapon Sports - firing pin availibilty:

Hello Big Mike.     There are a number of firearm companies who could have manufactured your shotgun. Crescent Firearms is a possibility, especially if there are no company names on it. Montgomery Wards

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