new guy with a ? sorry not much info

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  1. landcannon

    landcannon New Member

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    Any one know where i could get a price on a Hopkins & Allen 12ga not sure of age all i have on it is the numbers (A0606) that are stamped on it will try to get some pic of it on here if i can. but any help well be greatly taken thank you.
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    I'm gonna move your post to the "Ask the Pros and What's It Worth?" forum. Some of our experts should be able to help you out.


    In the meantime, welcome to TFF! :)
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    not much research has been done of H&A single barrel shotguns as there has not been much collectors interest. the only thing i can tell you for sure is that it predates 1917. H&A went out of business at this time.

    the most likely era would be 1900/1901 to 1917. unless it is one of the falling block type which were manufactured in the 1880s/1890s
    bill
  4. landcannon

    landcannon New Member

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    Thanks any clue what this my be worth? it's not for sale but would like to know and thanks for the info.
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    Hi Landcannon.....welcome to TFF. :)

    Well, you've given us very little information to work on here.

    Is it a single or double?

    Hammer or hammerless?

    Any dates or writing on the gun? List everything written on it, EXACTLY as written.

    Is it plain, or is there engraving on the gun?

    Damascus or plain steel barrel(s).

    If you can, please post some nice, sharp, clear photos. Full length right and left profile, and closeups of any writings or unusual features.

    Most H&A shotguns were good quality, but not expensive, firearms. However, they did make a few top level guns. According to the Standard Catalog of Firearms, depending on model and condition, values could vary from $100 to $1,000.
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    landcannon New Member

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    sorry i should have said these sorry lol

    Is it a single or double? Single

    Hammer or hammerless? Hammer

    Any dates or writing on the gun? List everything written on it, EXACTLY as written. A0606 is all that is on it

    Is it plain, or is there engraving on the gun? Plain

    Damascus or plain steel barrel(s). Plain Steel

    Thanks for all the help so far
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  7. Xracer

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    OK......for a "Plain Jane" H&A single, depending on condition.....$75 to $150.

    If it was passed down thru your family, "Great Grandpa's Gun", etc., it's worth far more than that to you as a family heirloom (but not in the marketplace).

    This gun was most likely designed for blackpowder loads, and shouldn't be shot with modern shotgun rounds.
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    Ok Thanks alot it was passed down and it was good to know about it thanks
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