The Ted Williams 200 shotgun was manufactured by Winchester and was the same gun as their Model 1200.
As of 2014 there are a few places where one can buy parts for the Sears Roebuck 20-gauge Ranger 105-21 shotgun. These parts can be purchased through local gun dealers and through gun auctions.
The Savage model 312 is an over under shotgun that Savage imported from Italy from 1990 through 1993. The shotgun was manufactured in northern Italy in the Gardone region.
It's a single shot 410 shotgun. The T. Barker trade name was manufactured by Crescent and also by several Belgian makers circa 1890-1930 and sold through Folsum Arms, Sears Roebuck, and other retail stores.
The shotguns were manufactured by Ithaca from 1921 through 1947. Yours was manufactured in 1928.
Shotguns sold by Sears through years were made by many different manufacturers. It is very difficult to determine value because of the many variables.
Remington didn't make a pump shotgun until 1908 and that's a model 10.
$50-$75. There is a safety recall on models 583.13 through 583.22- they are unsafe to fire. Sears will give you a $50 gift card for sending them the bolt to keep.
Made by CBC (Companhia Brasileira de Cartuchos), sold through FIE in Miami (they went out of business in 1990) Manufactured approx 1970-73 Inexpensive shotgun, worth maybe $75 if in good condition....
US gunmaker from 1895 to 1903. Became Union Fire Arms Co in 1903. The gun was probably sold through the Sears Roebuck Catalog.
Sears replaced using the J.C. Higgins brand with the Ted Williams brand in 1962. The brand was used through the 60's and into the early 70's.
It was manufactured from 1981 through to 2001