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Yes, that's true. That company did make a double barreled shotgun. It was actually made by the Liege company of Belgium. Your gun is a knock-off of an earlier design patented by the William Moore Firearms Co., an English firm. Moore never did business as William or Wm Moore and Sons. It was ...

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I have a very old Lefever (A grade) double barrel .410 shotgun, serial

The Lefever A- Grade is an upgrade of the Nitro Special. Your gun was made by Ithaca in the mid 1930's. There were approx. 2500 A-Grade sxs made and it is estimated that no more than 150 were .410 , therefore the A-Grade in general are very collectable . The .410 A-Grade in either field or skeet ...

10ga spanish double 31/2'' or 3''chamber shotgun

You haven't given enough information. If the shotgun is fairly modern, say, made in the last 30 to 40 years, odds are it has 3 1/2" chambers. Don't bet your life on that! If the shotgun is an antique, the chambers could be an odd size (length). Carefully examine the barrels for stamped-in ...

W C Scott & son. Lots of patent numbers but no serial. Double

Here are links to the two most likely sources of used stocks. Have you looked underneath the barrel release lever for the serial number. It's often hidden under there for some unknown reason, possibly to protect it from wear? Try Gunparts Inc http://www.gunpartscorp.com/ or Wisner's http ...

What model and/or year for an old unblued Stevens silver barreled 12

Your description is far too vague to be of any help. So, if you could furnish photos of the piece, one full length, another of one side of the receiver, another of the other side of the receiver, and one from the bottom, we could get started identifying your sg.