A serial number list for the Savage Model Ninety-Nine can be found in the Blue Book of Gun Values. For most other models, only a range of years is given. More information may be available at the Savage Arms website (see related link) and information about older Stevens firearms is available from the Stevens Historian, Mr. John Callahan, 53 Old Quarry Road, Westfield, MA 01085. Send him all the markings found on the gun along with your daytime telephone number. His charge is $15 to research each gun.
If you have a letter in front of the serial number ( A-B-C-D-E-F-G- ect) then I can give you that information, if it has only number, it's a lot tougher, but with more of a description, it can be narrowed down.
Generally Stevens and Savage shotguns work like this: A for 1949, B for 1950, C for 1951 etc. You can go to www.bluebookinc.com and look it up to be sure. It is free to look up the serial number/date of manufacture.
Look on the receiver and/or barrel
It may not have one. Older, less costly guns often did not have a serial number if they were made before 1968.
You can find them at the website for gunpartscorp. It is part number 984040A. Look under S, then under Savage/ Stevens/ Springfield. It is a walnut replacement, and rather expensive.
If it was made after 12/31/68, a serial number should be clearly marked on the receiver. If made earlier, it may not have one or it may be hidden almost anywhere.
The answer is no. Stevens is in name only as a part of savage arms company.I would look at numrich gun parts corp.they are on the web.
You find a published list of serial numbers for the maker.
It may not have one. Serial numbers were not required on rifles and shotguns until 1968. But if this rifle has a clip thing, like the one I bought yesterday..look over that clip,I also had a handgun with the serial on the magazine
E gunworks has them i think and im very sure if you dont find it under springfield/savage look under stevens/savage 87 S it should be the same gun good luck DAVE
Look on the top of the receiver with the gun disassembled. You should find it there.
You find a book with serial number information and look it up. You find a book with serial number information and look it up.
You can sometimes figure it out by the serial number, but not always. You can call the company and they MAY be able to tell you, or you can look in a reference book such as the Blue Book of Gun Values or the Shooter's Bible. Those have some but not all serial information.
look under the buttplate - should have 4 numbers 42 43 made between 1942/43
Get the serial number Get a book on the comapany that has Serial Number data or a book that has serial number data, i.e., Blue Book of Gun Values.
there no answer to my question about how to look for that serial number that I was loking for on this number 075728 got it.
1 - find serial number on weapon 2- find book with serial number data for weapon you have.
This number is not the serial number, but a stamping on the barrel. Look under the receiver - forward of the carrier for the serial number.
Proofhouse.com has Colt serial number tables you can look at.
look on the bottom of the butt for the serial number............................
Browning.com has a serial number look up section under customer service. Browning.com has a serial number look up section under customer service.
Would need serial number to answer or go to proofhouse.com with serial number and look it up.
Look at the rear of the radio. Probably the serial number will be there.