Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Old billy, Feb 3, 2018.
Need help with identifying an old shotgun
Knowing the name and model number stamped on the shotgun will help in identifying it. Does it have a store name on it or is it a major brand?
Here is a link to cross reference store brands.
It's an old shotgun.
A picture would be nice.
OK,gimme a sec
Can anyone tell me how many fingers I am holding up? We need a picture AND description please
I'll take a wild guess and say it is a Sears White Powder Wonder.
Since we're playing this game, it is worth $211.75.
Elebenty-seben ducats. I like old single shots and want to see it at the least.
Well, I'm an old single-shot and no, you don't.
A picture's worth a thousand words..... (still waiting on that), and without a picture it would be nice to learn what is stamped on the barrel and receiver and sometimes a logo or symbol is even found on the butt plate that could help narrow it down.
Unless it’s a single barrel trap gun from Ithaca or somesuch it won’t be worth much. I know there are folks who collect these but more often than not they are collecting the store brands and nicknames stamped on the guns, as opposed to the guns themselves. More of a hat tip to Americana, I guess.
It looks just like the old 12 gauge one I have with the one piece hammer and trigger spring ——and am still trying to identify! I can almost see the C of Champion or Columbia on the receiver side of mine.
I need help too!!!!!
Looks like you guys got played.
Cat...if it is Champion it is probably an Iver Johnson.
Winchester Model 37 with a full choke, manufactured in 1959. Probably worth about $120 to the right buyer.
Looks like a Unicorn, or a Bigfoot shotgun. The picture alone is worth a fortune.
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