When was LC Smith Hunter Arms SN 108 138 manufactured?
Their website has a process for you to date your firearm, look under FAQ's.
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Answer . \nThe 23rd edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values refers to Adco Sales Incorporated, located in Walburn, Mass. But AdCo had nothing to do with these shotguns. They import semi-automatic shotguns made in Turkey.\n. \nDiamond Arms Co. was a trade name used by Shapleigh Hardware of St Loui…s, MO, on shotguns imported from Belgium c. 1880-WWI or made by Stevens and Iver Johnson of Fitchburg, Mass., from about 1900-1940. (MORE)
Answer . \nThere are no records for post 1906 era Marlins. All model '93 marked Marlins were made after WWI, and most with the C prefix will be from the 1924-early 1930's era. That's about as close as I can get you, without knowing more about the gun's rollstamp markings.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nBrowning A5 Sweet Sixteen 16 gauge shotgun. Original Belgian made sweet 16 with matted rib barrel. Early gun with round knob made in 1963. $1150.00 see picture Item# S1659. I found this information at http://www.collectorsfirearms.com/newarrivals-II.htm\n. \n. \n … This Gun was Made in 1948 \n. \nThe serial number specified in the question was made in 1948.\n. \email@example.com (MORE)
The 108 is an 8hp Briggs & stratton tractor made from about 1980 to 1986. It was replaced by the JD 130. Your JD dealer should be able to look up the microfilm listing for the tractor and give you an exact year of manufacture from the serial number.
Answer . \nThe gun was made in 1972. Value is going to depend on originality, condition, and whether you have the original case and tools. Anywhere from $600 to around $1200.
To figure out the actual value of a LC Smith shotgun (Elsie) you need to gather as much information about the gun your either selling or looking to buy. Aside from the different gauges you have to consider barrel length, single or double trigger, grade and so on. LC Smith shotguns were originally bu…ilt by LC Smith but later sold to Hunter Arms and finally Marlin. Gather all the above informaiton you can about your gun and start searching the internet action sites like "Gunsamerica", Gunbroker, GunsAmerica and so on. Look at some of the ones on there and compair them to yours and that should put you pretty darn close. (MORE)
Almost impossible to determine what it is without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, type of action, caliber, type of firearm (handgun or rifle or shotgun), condition, etc
1986/87. You will have to call S&W to find out exactly when it left the factory.
Currently they are in Westfield Mass. Before that they were in Chicopee Fall Mass.. They were established in 1894.
Answer . This is a Standard Weight 16 gauge. A certain group of Auto-5's were made with a change of serial code for a brief time. FN made and shipped guns with the "T" prefix Between late 1957 and April 1958 when the code was then changed to the well know date code of "8R" for Standard 16's. Ther…e were almost 11,000 Sweet and Standard made guns in this group, and no way to tell how many were the Standard Weight.. With your gun it would be safe to say that it was probably shipped in early 1958, but it would be more acceptable to state a 1957 year of manufacture. (MORE)
Go to lcsmith.org. Scroll onto shotguns, click on history.. From 1888 to 1945 the Hunter Arms Company manufactured the LC Smith shotgun. In 1945, Marlin bought Hunter and made the LC Smith until 1951. And again from 1968 until 1973.
slow rust bluing, best done by a pro...Get a copy of 'shotgun news' at a major book store for gunsmiths that do that type of bluing...LC Smith shotguns are collectible...
LC means long course meter pool, the Standard Olympic Distance. Answer It means a pool 50 metres long so 100 metre events can take place by doing 2 lengths SC is a 25 metre pool
How old and what is the value of an LC Smith double barrel side by side shotgun marked Hunter Arms Co Fulton New York with a read head brand Chicago butt pad patent number 105358?
Go to www.lcsmith.org for a near complete listing by year and serial number....it is probably not pre 1913. There should be a serial number a serial number under the forestock, on the flat of the barrel, and on the water table of the receiver. Good luck.
You can try looking it up at Proofhouse.com, but, you might need to call Colt.
in 1888,L.C,Smith sold his business to John Hunter of Fulton, New York, where they offered both the hammer and hammerless type double barelled shotguns. They underwent bankrupcy proceedings in 1917 and into receivership and continued under limited operation until 1920 when purchased by investers who… had only passing interest in manufacture of firearms . they coninued until filling bankruptcy in 1945, at which time their entire assets were purchased by the Marlin Fire Arms Co. they revitalized the firm, renaming it the" L.C.Smith Gun Co." for the production of double shotguns.After a building collapse in 1949 production ceased.The remaining parts and tooling were sent to Marlin's New Haven plant. In 1967 Marlin produced the L.C Smith Side-lock shotguns and discontinued them in 1971. . Ref.: 3rd Edition . Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms and their value (MORE)
L.C. Smith and his family produced guns but are not of Smith andWesson fame. He is, however, the namesake for the L.C. SmithShotgun.
1962-1969. You will have to call S&W to narrow it down further. Best guess would be 63/64.
No, the only way you can get a hunter is edson carters cheat device from google.com
LC means a circuit contain capacitor(C) and inductor(L). They are connected in series. L is inductance, units is Henry (H) . C is capacitance, units is Faraday (F) don't have battery.
Depending on exactly what you have and overall condition, a few hundred to multiple thousands of USD.
If you take the neck off you will find the date stamped either on the neck or in the pocket (can't remember which) My RG470L was made in '97 SN C7081801
The receiver sn.number v105399v means very little .The letters on the original barrel are the key.Take the letters on that barrel to a Remington dealer and he will tell you this weapon was made in 1979. Ifyou don't have the original barrel good luck.
virtually nothing to tens of thousands depending on EXACTLY what you have, its condition, box, accessories, papers, history, etc..
To try to answer this, a bit more info might be helpful. Do you have anything else besides the sn, i.e. a model name? If you have a Schwinn mfgr'ed before Schwinn went under and became naught-but-a marketing tool for Pacific Cycle/Dorel, there may be numbers stamped (faintly visible) on the head-b…adge. If you can find this, it may help to figure out the provenance of your Schwinn. If there is a four digit number stamped on it, the first digit should be (as far as I know this is all Schwinn's with a four digit number stamped onto the badge) the last digit of the year in which it was manufactured. So a Genuine Schwinn (pre-bankruptcy) bike bearing a number like 7256, was made in 1987, 1977, 1967, etc. The other three digits are which day of the year it was made, so badge number 1025 would be made January 25th, of either 1991, 1981, 1971, etc. Hope that helped. (MORE)
Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory. It could have been made a week to a year before.
Check out mytypewriter.com-this might be of some value to guide you through the various Smith-Corona typewriters. Model 11 is not specifically listed, but the going price for the closest one L.C. Smith No. 10 goes for $900 dollars-if its in excellent shape, @ $1050 dollars. That's retail, of course,… so you could probably look at about 500-800 dollars to a collector for a machine that's in good working condition. Hope this helps! . Ramiro (MORE)
100 to tens of thousands of USD depending on EXACTLY what you have. side by side/12 guage/ great shape
Can't be answered without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, barrel length, finish, grips, sights, box, accessories, papers, condition.
Places to start include the Blue Book of Gun Values, The Book of Colt Firearms and you can always call Colt.
it was made by Colt in 1918. If there is a springfield slide on the gun the it was put there later on. Not unusual to see a springfield slide on a colt receiver
A 1936 LC Smith shotgun is worth a differing amount of moneydepending on what condition it is in. Some collectors will pay asmuch as $1,400.
Moisin-Nagant rifles were made by the government arsenals of Russia, and several other countries for many, MANY years. The websitewww.surplusrifle.com has some good information on the M-N's, including copies of the arsenal marks from different Russian Arsenals. My 91-30 rifle was made at the Tula ar…senal. (MORE)
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1925, check the date code stamped on the barrel. Remington Society of America, Manufactured Date link has the details.
What is the manufacture date and value of a smith and Wesson airweight 4 inch barrel 38 spl ctg pistol sn D667656 model 12-2 Other numbers are 14334 F16?
The Model 12-2 was made from 1962-1976, when it changed to the Model 12-3. S&W can give a more precise date of manufacture.
no you should not do that. you can get snap caps then you can dry fire your gun. firing pins are hardened and each time you snap it without a snap cap it is just like scoring glass .
the records of Winchester never listed the production fiqures of the model 21 after world war II.from 1930-1941 there were 10,500 made and recorded.I do know that the total production between 1930-1988 were 32,500 guns,One way to get a difinitive answer is to contact the Cody firearms museum in Cody… wyoming.For a fee they can get you a letter with the day your shotgun was made,when it was shipped and to who I believe. (MORE)
Go to the Ruger website, select customer service, historical data, pistols, and find your model number. The site will list serial number ranges for each year- but requires the model number (which you did not give us),
With the last recorded and dated serial number for your rifle being 355,300 in 1906,I would have to say that your marlin model 1892 was probably made in 1907.
Impossible to answer with only the serial number. Need a complete description to include model, bbl length, caliber/gauge.
The records i have only go up to 1978 with a starting number of 1001L
The name pretty much describes the gun. It's an LC Smith Specialtygrade single barrel trap shotgun. They were made from about 1917 to1940. The single barrel trap is a gun made strictly for the game oftrap shooting. The Specialty grade is about mid range in the LCSmith grades and features a moderate …amount of hand engraving. Theaction was case colored, most are worn to a silvery color today andthe amount of original case color remaining can help determine thewear and value of the gun. There is an active LC Smith collectorsgroup, just Google LC Smith. Value of these guns like all old gunsis based on the condition. Anywhere from 650 to 3000 dollars,depending on originality and condition. Look up the collectorsassociation, one meber is documenting this LC Smith model. Hope this helps. (MORE)
All that I can say is the Iver Johnson Model 1900 was made from 1900-1941.The Model 1900 Target small frame from 1925-1928,and the large frame model 1900 Target from 1921-1941.I do not know if Iver Johnson kept records of serial number by year?With a serial number that low,I would safely assume that… it was made in the first 4 years of production.1900-1904. (MORE)
With the serial number that you provided,your Winchester model 62A was made in the year 1947.
With the serial number that you have supplied;your Winchester model 1897 pump action shotgun was made in the year 1910.
Smith and Wesson began listing serial numbers in 1984 with a three letter prefix to there serial numbers.So you should be able to identify the year of manufacture by the 3 letter prefix and then the following number.Smith and Wesson began production of the model 4046 in 1991,and discontinued this mo…del in 1999.The Smith and Wesson model 4046 Tactical was made from 2000-2002.I hope you find this of interest. (MORE)
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 1894 rifle/carbine was made in the first 2 months of 1976.
Your smith and Wesson model 640,.38 centennial stainless was made from 1989-1996.The prefix of BKF to your serial number indicates that it was made in the year 1991 or 1992.
Winchester chose not to keep records or there model 1894 production by year and serial number during the World War II years (1943-1948).I can say that yours was made close enough to the serial number cut off point to be made in the year 1943 thou.I hope that you find this informative.