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Since a new singleshot can be bought for , the price of a used one has to be about 2/3 of that. I just wanted to know ANYTHING about it...yeah, it pretty much is priceless to me..I didn't mean anything by the late fifties early sixties remark but that's as far back as I go! Bill I just found on the web someone asking almost my very question..response was possibly during the '50's as it has no serial number (that I could find) and the Chicopee Falls plant closed by 1960...sounds about right.I was unable to find much more but it appears to be a "run of the mill" field grade single shot but it is a piece of my past and part of my family...Bill Wish I thought late 50's-early 60's was old I'm sure your dad's gun is priceless to you, but unfortunately to those outside your family it is nothing special.It is a good utility shotgun, nothing special to either collectors or hunters. Oh, by the way..serial number that I can see..trigger guard appears to be black painted metal, not blued or case colored like the rest of the shotgun.How Stuff Works got its start in 1998 at a college professor's kitchen table.From there, we quickly grew into an award-winning source of unbiased, reliable, easy-to-understand answers and explanations of how the world actually works.Videos on How Stuff and our popular You Tube channels unmask everything from why girls supposedly like horses (thanks to Stuff Mom Never Told You) to why we get brain freeze (courtesy of Brain Stuff).Scientists at the CRPG-CNRS University of Lorraine, The University of Manchester and the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris have ruled out a theory as to why the planet was warm enough to sustain the planet's earliest life forms when the Sun's energy was roughly three-quarters the strength it is today.
Brother wanted it soooo bad then but when he heard I was thinking about shhoting some trap or going hunting (and I know he never will) he said, want dad's gun... I just like thumbing the lever, cracking it open, and admiring it.Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission.The content is provided for information purposes only. How did we know the sun was 20-25% weaker back then?Dr Burgess added: "The amount of nitrogen in the atmosphere was too low to enhance the greenhouse effect of carbon dioxide sufficiently to warm the planet.However, our results did give a higher than expected pressure reading for carbon dioxide – at odds with the estimates based on fossil soils – which could be high enough to counteract the effects of the faint young Sun and will require further investigation." The paper is titled 'Nitrogen Isotopic Composition and Density of the Archean Atmosphere.' This document is subject to copyright.