Rory Gibbons: they weren't required to have serial numbers till after 1968 it would be on the bottom of the frame ahead of the trigger guard if it has one.
Joe leblanc: was there a 20 g double FOX that was made in Spain??
Joe Guzman: Thank sir for your videos very good information god bless you and your family and protect you everywhere uou go
blaw569: Someone gave me a Fox B for free. Pretty good deal if you ask me.
Rory Gibbons: I bought my first Fox B when I was 23, I'm 74 now and still shoot them, I foolishly sold that first one but then replaced it with the Savage 550 12 gauge and converted it to double triggers so I could have instant choice of choke, also restocked it in quality Walnut with hand checkering, I'll pass this gun off to my son.
VICTOR FALCON: Where is the serial Numbers in this arm?
Ryan Lambert: My grandfather bought his first car in 1958 for $25, it was a 1939 chevy. $25 could buy a lot back then
m2101: Hi Mr. How are you? I have a question for you. I bought a Stevens sxs 12 gauge. On the receiver side a dog image is engraved and shows a number 5100. All numbers match around the gun. Double bead sights and looks exactly like this one you are showing. Do you have any information on this shotgun, and is it safe to use modern loads, not talking about magnum loads or steel. Thanks for the videos you post.
maria dunnigan: I have a Fox 12 gauge double barrel but it says B38217 A J Model B on the barrel itself it says, Proof Tested Model B. It was handed down from grandfather. Any help of giving me value of this one A J from what you talk about AH? Appreciate it.
Red October:+Don Sootch DO YOU STILL OWN THIS GUN, WHAT DO YOU THINK THE VALUE IS FOR A WELL MAINTED ONE? 400, 450, 500? THANKS
Red October: I'm looking to by this very shotgun, ad for $450.00 is that about right? Or should it be for less?
Dirk Diggler: Thanks a bunch Sootch. Im a fan of these fox series shotguns. Are you deleting your replys in the comment section? I have my dads fox b series but its a chrome barrel and has a modified barrel and full. Was that ever a special order option? Also what would the value be. Im very sentimental to my guns but like to know their value. More like fun facts or history behind em. Thanks
wanastunt: have scootch, I just picked one up, and it's my first double barrel. How do I field strip? I when i went to remove the fore grip it sounded like it was crack (after I removed the screw) any tips?
james elmore: just picked up one to day love it already!! i think mine is a 40s era i fell in love with it 1st sight got it for a dang good deal! thanks for the vid !!
Aaron Flanagan: I found one with 2 3/4inch too. No engraving on bottom & no plastic cap on the bottom of pistol grip. Trying to find out more about it.
Paul K: Good video, but I don't think the Model B is chambered for 3" rounds. Mine is a 12ga. & is chambered for 2 3/4".
ontime1969: Very cool thanks for giving some SxS love. I have a savage/stevens model 311A. Its not pretty but was the work horse of my grand parents farm. I am honored to have it and its a good shooter but only once a year for love. I am the third generation with my SxS and will pass it on to my grandchild someday.
TheProfessor Fate: A junk gun, but priced like it.
Mossy500A: I just bought a Springfield double barrel, in 12 gauge. They were bought by Stevens in the early 20th Century. It looks similar to the Fox model. Cool shotgun.