Crescent Fire Arms made these before 1920 and J. Stevens later. Other markings could determine which company made yours, but the factory batch number won't help.
Not really. There were several companies that used Knickerbocker- most were made by Crescent Arms btween late 1800s and about 1930. Your MAY be from around the end of that time, but records are spotty on the "store brand" guns.
It will be marked on the receiver. It was made in 1980
Go to proofhouse.com.
By the serial number and features.
By the serial number.
Where will be marked on the barrel/receiver.
You will need to list the model number of your western Field shotgun,and then I can cross reference the model number to the maker of your shotgun.
Should be marked on the barrel
It is marked on either the receiver or the barrel.
By the serial number
The age of your shotgun is determined by the serial number that was assigned to it.if you wish to include this number in the form of a question we will be able to age your shotgun for you?
no it has a 4 digit serial # Knickerbocker came from 2 different companies. The American Gun Company, New York, stamped a five digit serial number on the barrel, forestock and stock end.
All my records indicate that stevens did not make a model 337 shotgun.If your stevens shotgun is marked U337 under the receiver,this would be a serial number,not a model number.
Exactly how is the shotgun marked (all markings), and double-check the serial number. firstname.lastname@example.org
It is almost impossible to determine what a model number is based only on the serial number.
Not marked, Model 9
This can be only determined by you providing the serial number to the shotgun in question.This is the only way to determine the year of manufacture of your Winchester model 12 shotgun.
Your Winchester,s shotgun can be aged by the serial number on it.You may post the number on this sight and I can determine what year it was made,or post it to me and I will get right back with you on what year your Model 12 was manufactured.
There should be a manufacturer's serial number somewhere. Unless the serial number has been deliberately erased!
That is not the model number, but the Ranger marked shotguns were sold by Sears before WW2.
Read the numerical value of the marked line. Finally you estimate between the smallest marked lines. The estimated value is the final digit in a measures number.
If made before midnight, December 31, 1968, it will not have a serial number. If made later, it will be clearly marked on the receiver.
To determine the exact value of a 1895 Sterling 410 side by side shotgun, a number of factors would need to be considered. Most importantly, the condition of the shotgun.
No published data.
In order to answer your question correctly,I would need the maker of the shotgun,model number or name,and the serial number to determine the correct answer.