An Ordnance Serial Number is the serial number assigned to a piece of ordnance, such as a rifle or artillery, etc.
Impossible to answer. A serial number is NOT unique to only one gun in the world- if it were so, serial numbers will be numbered into the trillions.
The Model 67 was not numbered. For what it's worth, I've got a Model 67, too, and I can't find a serial number on it. Sounds like the above ("The Model 67 was not numbered.") is correct.
numbered serial 199769 marlin 1893 38-55
They made it just after the one numbered 10573.
There is no way to give a value from just a serial number.
Impossible to value with just a maker and serial number.
with the serial number that you supplied,your Winchester model 55 was made in the year 1930.Winchester model 55 rifles had there own serial numbers,and also were serial numbered in the model 1894 rifles serial numbers.Yours is the later which was serial numbered in the model 1894 serial number range.Yours was one of only 1,535 model 55 rifles made in 1930.
Well there are several reasons. Some are numbered for how long they are in length. Others are numbered such as 1 through 4 so that if one falls out of the blanket you will know and can look for it. Some are numbered as a product or serial code number.
Basically impossible to value any thing with just a serial number.
Yes they did. The late production Model 55s were serial numbered in the Model 94 serial range starting in March of 1928, at circa serial number 1019700.
The model 64 Winchesters were serial numbered in the Model 1894 serial number range of numbers.With the serial number that you have supplied,your Winchester model 64 rifle was made in the year 1938.The model 64 rifle was made from 1933-1957.
DA form 5692-r is used to document the consumption of a serial numbered item.
It looks to be manufactured in 1973 from the first two digits of the serial number cited. Their .22 caliber bolt action & semi-autos were not serial numbered prior to 1969.
$0.00 because the serial is rong there is only 100 of the god ones. if it was gold $26,000.00
Made from 1934 to 1963. @ 383,587 made. Not serial numbered. SN's weren't required until 1968.
The Winchester model 77 serial number records were not kept by Winchester.I can say that the model 77 was first serial numbered at 1001 in 1955 and finished at serial number 217,180 in the year 1963.If I were to say when yours was produced I would say either 1956-1957.
Your question cannot be answered. The value of any firearm is based on the make, model, and condition. We cannot tell any of the 3 from a serial number. Contrary to popular belief, a serial number is not unique to only one gun in the world- or it would be numbered into the trillions.
Model 64 serial number 1169333 was manufactured in March of 1938. All Model 64 Rifles & Carbines were serial numbered withing the Model 94 sequence.
If your shotgun was made before 1968, it may very well never have HAD a serial number. SNs were not required on rifles and shotguns until the 1968 Gun Control Act- and many lower dollar guns were not numbered. This IS legal- but removing a serial number is not.
IF it HAS a serial number, it will be stamped on the receiver (frame) usually on the left side (as you are holding the shotgun). However, serial numbers were not required by law on shotguns and rifles until the 1968 Gun Control Act. Prior to that most low cost firearms were not sequentially numbered, due to the cost to the maker. It is not illegal to own a firearm without a serial number, but it IS illegal to remove a serial number, or possess a gun whose serial number has been removed.
my records indicate that the Winchester model 41 was not serial numbered from 1920-1934 and then it was intermittent until 1941.the total production was 23,335 guns.
call me, i will look at my 1997 merc 250 2maro an see what the serial number is... if that helps... 805-345-600zero michael
No way to value with just the gauge and serial number. Could be 100-100000 USD
Few of the Stevens .22's were serial numbered before 1969, so most likely any number will be a "batch number" instead of a serial number. These numbers often restarted before 10,000 was reached as they were only needed to make the gun unique from any others still in the factory.