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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

2016-10-30 Guns, Firearms, Projectile Weapon Sports - Colt SAA:

Hello Bob.      First, Is it a COLT ? Like the Colt, it was manufactured for 'blackpowder cartridges' as shown by the screw in the front part of the frame. This has to be removed in order to remove the

2016-10-13 Guns, Firearms, Projectile Weapon Sports - model 157 cal 22 wmrf:

Hello John Young.     Your Harrington & Richardson Model 157, in .22 WMRF(Winchester Magnum Rim Fire), was manufactured for only one year 1976-77. It will NOT shoot .22 LR. ammunition. It was, also, offered

2016-09-21 Guns, Firearms, Projectile Weapon Sports - would like to know about my papaws Rich Con Pioneer Arms Co. B9590 Please:

Hello, Tammy.    I am glad you found the information I posted earlier. The only thing I can add is the fact that there were no cartridge shotguns available during the 1860's, the years of the Civil War

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