Charles Daily choke markingschoke markings are on the barrel lug, take your barrel off the receiver or action turn it over and read the markings on the back of the locking lug.
FULL CK. IS + MOD. CK. IS+-, LOCATEDON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE BARREL NEAR THE BREECH.
if there are no barrel markings......how do you know it's a colt ??
Does not exist.
Not with just those markings. Provide a detailed description of all markings and maybe.
Provide a detailed description of all markings on the bbl. It might be possible.
Provide a DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF ALL MARKINGS, barrel length, finish
The markings on the receiver and barrel will tell.
Not enough information to answer. Are you seeking the value of a barrel or of a complete shotgun? Please repost with more info, and any and all markings on the gun.
$150 - $400 depending on condition and year made (barrel markings determine the period when the barrel was made)
The fixed choke markings are denoted by * marks on the bottom of the barrel under the forearm assembly. 3 on the left barrel and 4 on the right. *** Modified choke **** Improved Cylinder
Yes. You will need to provide a detailed description of all the markings.
http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes For date markings, the forums on the site for others.
By the serial number and markings on the barrel.
What is the caliber, barrel length, finish, grip material, markings on barrel?
If it is not stamped on the barrel or you do not trust the barrel markings, the only reliable way is to have a gunsmith make a casting of the chamber.
It will depend on the firearm and the exact markings on the barrel.
The Browning web site has a search function that will assist you.
science, Bullet markings and check them with the rifling of the firearm. Barrel twist and or markings can help ID the gun fired from. Nothing can tell you for sure, It can just tell you it was fired from a barrel like that of a type or make.
From markings and proof marks on the gun barrels and the frame. In some cases you need to remove the barrels, and look on the underside from markings.
These are mostly proofing marks and caliber and barrel length markings. There are books on the market that define Belgian proof marks
1795-1870 or so
There should be some type of markings on the receiver/barrel. Usually a combination of - and *
50 USD or so