Can a dealer sell a gun with no serial number?
In the US, firearms weren't required to have serial numbers until 1968. A gun before then is grandfathered in. They may not, however, receive or sell a firearm with the serial number removed (whether it was made before or after 1968).
No. You should take it to a gun dealer to help identify it.
You can check with the dealer where the gun was purchased. He will need month and year of purchase.
To find your Winchester model 1897 serial number you need to look on the gun. You also can take it to a local gun dealer who can help find the number.
No practical way to do this. If the seller was a dealer, and you filled out paperwork at the show, you may be able to go to the dealer and have them check their records. If you do not know who the dealer was, no way.
The gun and a receipt from the dealer.
depends on where you are, but you can always take it to a gun dealer and have them sell it for you. Procedure varies from state to state.
You may sell it to a dealer, have a dealer sell it for you, or you may sell it directly to another resident of Arkansas so long as they are old enough to buy a handgun, and you do not have reason to believe the buyer is not able to legally own a gun. If the gun is being sold to someone in another state, the gun must be sent TO a gun dealer in… Read More
Yes it is illegal to own a gun that does not have a serial number. It is also illegal to remove the serial number off a gun.
The value of any gun is based on make, model and condition. We cannot tell that from the serial number. You need a hands on appraisal. Take your shotgun to a reputable gun dealer or gun show near you.
You'd have to either sell it to an FFL dealer, or sell it through an FFL dealer on consignment.
When a person that is not a dealer sells a gun to another non-dealer. Both must be residents of Texas.
Can you identify the manufacturing date of a Springfield Arms single shot 22 that has no serial number?
I have a J Stevens Springfield Model 15, .22 single shot, and there is no serial number. I bought it a t a gun store, and the dealer marked my receipt to indicate it had no serial number. There is also no indication that a serial number was removed.
With just the serial number, nothing.
It would be almost impossible to identify a gun just by its serial number.
Depends upon the condition of the gun and the area of the country you are trying to sell it. FYI, it is a 2005 model.
Take your gun into a licensed Arms dealer. They will run the serial number on the gun (If their isn't one, this is illegal and you will be forced to forfit your gun to them) and they should run it and be able to tell you.
Yes, you can. The part that has a serial number on it is, in the eyes of the BATF, a whole gun that you have to buy through a dealer. The rest of it, you can get at gun shops, out of catalogs or over the internet.
Impossible to date a gun with just the serial number and no other informaiton.
Impossible to answer. A serial number is not unique to only one gun in the world.
Just by the serial number, no.
What year was Winchester model 94 serial number 3841587 made and what else does the serial number tell you?
Winchester serial numbers were unique to the model of the gun, The only thing the serial number tells you about the gun is it's age. The serial number you've listed was from a gun made in 1974.
A reputable gun dealer should have access to those Walther records that detailed the date of manufacture.
The serial number is on the frame.
Usually not possible. More than one gun can have the same serial number.
You found a Firearm co Alpine gun with out serial number is it possibel that a gun with out serial number?
Firearms weren't required to have serial numbers until the passage of the Gun Control Act of 1968.
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.
Just the serial number is not enough to tell who or what you have.
No information can be provided with just a serial number.
Impossible to determine by serial number alone.
Impossible to date a gun with just by the serial number alone.
No way to answer. A serial number is not unique to only one gun in the world.
You MAY be able to get it from the dealer that sold the handgun. In most of the US there is no process to register handguns with any government agency, but the dealer ertains a copy of the sales paperwork. You would need to know which dealer, and when the gun was purchased.
call the state police and give them the serial number off the weapon or take it to a gun shop and have them do a check, but if you were smart and bought the gun legally at a gun show or gun dealer the gun will most likely not be stolen due to the background check and gun registry, also if you purchased the gun off of any tom, dick ,or harry and did not… Read More
No way to tell. Contrary to popular belief, a serial number is not unique to only one gun in the world. If it were, the serial number would have digits into the billions.
what model Without knowing the type of gun, the manufacturer or the model, it is impossible to say. Many handguns sell anywhere between $100-2,000.
Sorry- impossible to answer. A serial number is not unique to only one gun in the world, or it would be a VERY long number.
Usually by the serial number. If no serial number, then by features
It is impossible to answer your question with just a serial number.
No way to tell from a serial number only.
serial number 28402
No way to answer. Serial numbers are NOT unique to only one gun in the world.
There are likely several THOUSAND guns with that number. Serial numbers are NOT unique to only one gun in the world.
What is the model of this gun. That number alone does not identify a complete serial number for a skeet gun
there is no serial number on guns that old . Your gun was made no latter than1962 .It was not until the Federal gun control act of 1968 went into effect in 1969 that gun manufacturers were required to serialize firearms. .Therfore your gun will have no serial number.
There may not be a serial number on the gun. If that gun was made before 1968, .22s & shotguns often did not have serial numbers. In 1968, a law then required all firearms to have a unique serial number.
It depends on where you are. In some U.S. states, you can sell a handgun between private parties with no paperwork. In some states, you have to go through a gun dealer.
Can't be done with just the serial number.
If serial number information has been published, you can search through it.
If serial number data has been published, yes.