GabelGuns.com Specializing in pre-1898 Antique Firearms
Home
DISCLAIMER:
THE PURPOSE OF THIS WEBSITE
Q & A Database
·Submit A Question
·Browse Questions
·Search Questions
For Sale
·Firearms
The Bulletin
·Current Issue
·Archives
About Ron Gabel
·Ron Gabel's Profile
Miscellaneous
·Parts Dealers
·Heston's Speech
·Contact Us
·Advertisers
·Links Page
·Terms of Use
·Privacy
Please donate to help cover our costs

Question and Answer - View Question

Go Back

Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 2412

Question:

Ron: I have a single barrel 12 ga. shotgun with a 36" barrel, that breaks down into three pieces by snapping out the grip. It was previously left to me by my late uncle. The only identification on it is " Bay State Worchester, Mass.U.S.A." 12 Ga choke is enscribed on the upper part of the barrel, and A511174 is located behind the trigger. In your 744 you provide some information on a Bay State shotgun. Could you kindly provide me with information on the above shotgun as to your expected date of production & approx. value. I appreciate your assistance Wayne Taylor, Box 321, NIPAWIN, Sask. Canada

Answer:

The Bay State Arms Company was located in Worcester MA c. 1880 to 1902.

Submitted By: wayne taylor On: 10/15/2002 10:40:53 AM

Copyright © Expert Computer Solutions 1997-2019
Report any problems with this website here.