Knickerbocker Shotgun Serial Numbers


Find the values for shotguns produced by Knickerbocker- See Crescent Firearms., barrel length, serial numbers. Firearm Search.

Ithaca Flues

The Ithaca Gun Company first produced a single-barrel trap gun in 1914. Their guns were based on the Emil Flues three piece lock design and known as the Flues Single-Barrel Trap up until 1922 when it was replaced with a New Improved Design (NID) created by Frank Knickerbocker.

Flues Single-Barrel Trap (1914 - 1922) - This is a 1917 Ithaca Single Barrel Trap Gun - Early Flues Model Grade 4E with better grade of engravings - 12 Gauge - 32' Ventilated Rib Barrel with Excellent Bright Bore - Automatic Ejector - Factory Original Blue Finish and Color Case Hardened Receiver with Engravings in EXCELLENT Condition except for slight rub marks on left side of barrel near receiver area over chamber area - 14-3/4' LOP to Center of Pachmayr Recoil Pad - Checkered Walnut Stocks with Ebony Inlay In Forend Tip in EXCELLENT Condition - Blank Silver Shield Inlay in Buttstock - Serial# 2780xx - Tight Action.

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Remington, Browning and Parker Shotguns are usually my favorite Shotguns, but I fell in love with this Ithaca 4E Flues antique Trap gun at first sight.

I've read that Ithaca made a habit of producing guns for which Remington patents had expired. Ithaca really hit home runs with the Flues and Knickerbocker trap guns as far as I'm concerned!

'One of my favorite things to do in the Fall is to go to the Turkey Shoots. For those of you that may not know what I'm talking about, a Turkey Shoot is where a bunch of guys bring their shot guns to an event usually sponsored by a Community Center or Volunteer Fire Department. The sponsor provides the shells and paper targets and the shooters pay $3 to $5 to compete for a prize (usually a ham, turkey, slab of bacon, sausage, etc.).'

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The Ithaca Gun Company first produced a single-barrel trap gun in 1914.
New Improved Design (NID) created by Frank Knickerbocker. The serial numbers of the 'Knick' guns began with 400000 in 1922 and ended with serial number 402789 in 1944. Only 2,789 made!
Auto 16 gauge short bbl, stamped U.S. Property.
Pump action with bottom ejection 12 gauge with stamped patent dates 1903 and 1905.

Parker Shotgun Serial Numbers

A Single-Shot 12 Gauge Trap gun with a 34' bbl, Full Fixed Choke, low vent rib and adjustable comb stock.
Abercrombie & Fitch used to be a world renown hunting outfitter. Today they sell blue jeans and t-shirts to teenagers. Times do change.
This Browning A5 12 gauge is stamped U.S. Property.

Serial NumberTable

Flues Single & Double Guns
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Note: If the serial number ranges above are correct (and there may be errors or variances), then the Flues Single-Barrel Trap guns should fall within the shaded range.

Stevens Shotgun Serial Numbers

If the shotgun has been modified in any way (example: sawed off barrel) the gun cannot be sold because it is illegal.

18 and 26

If the barrel is less than 18 inches long or the overall gun is less than 26 inches, this gun is worth 10 years in a federal correctional facility.
'.. modified in any way.. '?
Where the notion that 'modifying' a weapon renders it 'illegal' would come from I have no clue since the modification of firearms of all types supports a multi-billion dollar industry. As long as the modifications do not result in a violation of state or federal firearms laws, I can do anything I bloody well please. It is a common bit of ignorance that a 'sawed off' barrel on a shotgun renders it illegal. As long as the final result is a shotgun with a minimum overall length of 26' with at least 18' of barrel, it is perfectly legal. However, registration with the BATF ($200 fee) as a 'Short Barreled Shotgun' allows one to create a shotgun with virtually any dimensions. Registration MUST be done PRIOR to shortening the gun. Google 'short barreled shotgun' or just 'SBS' and read about it.
If your gun is not of legal dimensions, dispose of it as discretely and quickly as possible -- the Feds take these violations VERY SERIOUSLY and you don't want to do time.
As to your original question ..
I believe the Crescent Gun Co. which made them closed it's doors in 1931. Knickerbockers are common and while a decent gun, were never anything special. I recently bought a decent, all original specimen in 20 ga. at a local Cabela's for $99.95.
As long as the modifications to your gun are neatly and legally done, the gun is worth what someone is willing to pay.