Your gun is made by J. Stevens A&T Co. and is called a Gallery No. 80. The gun is a pump 22 cal rifle. The one I have has a selector for Shorts, Longs and Long Rifle 22's. It also has a thumb trigger, as well as a regular trigger. It also has a round in the chamber indicator on the chanber top.
They were made from 1906, to 1910, and are worth $300 in very good condition to $150 in fair condition. I do believe not many are available to collectors, making this model very rare. Hope this help you price it.
Sharps Rifle was a popular Union Rifle during the civil war
Their first exhibition was at the Art Gallery of Toronto in 1920.
Seven millimeters is just about .28 inches, bigger than a .22, smaller than a .30 caliber. The actual bullet diameter will vary a thousandth or two, to allow for the rifling in the weapon.The 7mm bullet measures .284 in.If you were to want to shoot cast bullets in a 7mm rifle the size needed will be .285-.286in.for best accuracy.
Best left to a trained gunsmith
Depending on the weight of the gun. The 7mm magnum uses a slow burning powder and also uses a lot of powder creating a higher barrel pressure which gives the gun the kick. A heavier gun will kick less than a lighter gun of the same caliber.
It is a seven shot Bolt Action rifle sold in the late fifties (57 & 58 ?) by Montgomery Wards
I only know The pistols used but here they are. The sig p229 in .357 caliber and FN Five seveN
A Colt Lightweight Officer's Model in .45ACP caliber. It is small and light and carries seven rounds.
Depends on which pistol you had in mind. For semi automatic pistols, 10 rounds is usually the norm. Revolvers may hold six or seven. Of course, there are those oddities, such as pistols manufactured from 10/22 receivers (these have to be assembled from newly manufactured aftermarket receivers to be classed as pistols - if they're manufactured from receivers which were already used to manufacture a rifle with, it's no longer considered a pistol, but a short barreled rifle), and those can accept any capacity magazine designed for the 10/22.
Depends on make and model of the firearm. In general, most .25 ACP pistols have a six or seven round magazine.
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typical five to seven hundred according to shape. Also, it is according to if you are buying or selling :)
Seven to nine pounds is the norm. Variants designed for match shooting and sniping variants will have a three to five pound trigger pull.
By "gun", you could be referring to anything from a pistol up to a howitzer. A rifle will generally weigh between seven and 11 lbs, depending on what type it is.
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Sure it isn't 75863m69? That would be in 1969, or maybe the 9 is an eight or seven. which would indicate 1968 or 1967
At two feet, six inches and four-hundred and seven pounds. He died of a heart attack at the age of 23, in 1996, after seven years of being bed-ridden. Little known fact: he was a champion Rummikub player. This is not the same Henry Tate, of the Tate gallery/inventor of the sugar cube.
The Marlin 989M2 .22 caliber semiautomatic rifle was made from 1965-78. It was originally sold with a seven round box magazine (what some people call a clip) but the modern (written in 2012) Marlin brand 10 round or 7 round nickel magazines work fine in the 989M2. As extra information be aware that a "twin" of the 989M2 was made with a tubular magazine, holding nine rounds, and that twin is the 99M1 made from 1964-78. These two Marlin rifles are nicely made models with walnut stocks and handguards. They were made to look like the M-1 Carbine military rifle.
A Royal Salute that is performed at military functions and funerals has 21 guns that fire. If cannons are used it is usually a series of seven cannons that are fired three times each. The common method is to have seven soldiers fire a rifle three times each.
Assuming yo mean the full sized Winchester Model 94 rifle, it has a seven CARTRIDGE magazine. A bullets is the part of a cartridge that is fired out of the barrel.
How many spins the projectile makes over a measured length of distance. E.g., a 1 in 7 twist means the projectile makes a 360 degree spin in seven inches of travel.
Defiantly the plasma rifle due to the sheer capacity of power and "rounds it holds", or the needler because it's shots explode once seven shots enter tissue.
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