I bought a 410 single shot shotgun made by "Firearms International" at a flea market.?
It is all steel contstruction, not an ounce of wood is on the gun. It has two triggers, the rear trigger fires the gun and the front trigger unlocks the barrel to load/unload the gun. The guy that sold said it was made sometime around World War 2. A guy at the local gun store said it would be worth about $200-300 and it was the best version of that model he had ever seen (meaning good to excellent condition) Can anyone tell me anymore about it.....more approxmate age, location of the company, are they still in business or can you get parts for them???
It's the same as the Garcia Bronco. They were a cheap gun made in the late 60's and 70's and the value is quite a bit less than you were told.
Some links to info below.
Here's some more info, it is the same as the Garcia model, they are one and the same:
Previous importer and assembler located in Washington, D.C.
F.I. manufactured and imported various pistols, rifles, and shotguns, including AYA, Astra (mostly Star D models), Bronco (.22 LR cal. single shot rifles and .410 bore single shot shotguns), FN Supreme Mauser bolt action rifles, Iver Johnson Pony handguns, Rossi .22 cal. rifles, Sako rifles, Star pistols, and Unique pistols and rifles.
cool try and google the name or go try and find
410 shot gun 20ga way beter and ammo cost way less
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