Not if they were manufactured prior to 1969.
Not until required by law in 1969.
Most likely isn't one these shotguns were over 50 years old and were made before there was a requirement for background checks/ serial numbers.
These shotguns were made by savage/stevens between the years 1986-1989.There was no accurate records kept of the serial numbers as to year of production.
STEVENS AND SAVAGE DID NOT PUT NUMBERS ON THE SHOTGUNS AND OVER AND UNDERS IN THE MID 4OTS UNTILL 1954. THE GUN IS WORTH ABOUT 250.00 TO 350.00
It may not have one. Rifles and shotguns made prior to 1968 were not required to have serial numbers.
Ranger shotguns were made by the Stevens Savage company. These shotguns generally bring a price of $300 to $400 in good shape.
Between 1933 - 1942. Serial numbers were not required by law on shotguns and rifles until 1968.
The serial number range for the Stevens model 520-30 military shotguns is from 30,000-70,000.As to the year of manufacture you will probably have to contact Savage/Stevens directly.
It may not have one. Serial numbers were not required by law on rifles and shotguns until 1968.
These shotguns were made from 1926-1945.Stevens did not keep records as to the year of production by serial numbers.
The Stevens model 9478 was made from 1978-1985.for a exact year of production,you will need to contact Savage Arms Company who made the Stevens line of shotguns.
May not have one- not required by law on rifles and shotguns until 1968.
These savage/stevens model 94c were made from 1929-1942.long before serial numbers were mandated by the gun control act of 1968.So there is a strong possability that your stevens does noy have a serial number.
Probably at midnight, December 31, 1968, when they were required by the Gun Control Act of 1968.
Serial numbers on long guns were not required in the US until 1968, so many manufacturers did not assign them to shotguns and small-caliber rifles.
Serial numbers were not required on long arms before Jan 1, 1969. Most manufacturers did not assign serial numbers to small caliber rifles or utility shotguns.
Trying to find serial numbers for a western field shotgun would prove to be very difficult.There were many makers of shotguns for the montgomery wards company.some of these include mossberg,savage,stevens,and noble.It would be best if you include the western field model number of your shotgun and then we can convert that number to the original maker of your shotgun.Then we would be able to find the makers model number.You must remeber that prior to the gun control act of 1968 weapons were not required to have serial numbers on them.
Your stevens model 9478 shotgun was made during the years 1978-1985.while serial numbers were on the shotguns I do not believe that serial number records were kept as to the year of production.
Savage firearms bought Stevens in 1920. Brownells can also supply a generic front sight.
savage/stevens arms 1938-1941 pre serial numbers
the Stevens model 325 series was produced by Savage from 1947 until it was discontinued in 1950.Later savage manufactured the 340 (essentially the same gun) under the Savage name.Serial numbers were required under the gun control act which was made into law in 1968.From that point on all firearms made were required to have serial numbers.
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.
If it has both the Stevens and Savage names on it, then it was manufactured after 1945 and before 1969.
Depends. Stevens shotguns made before the Gun Control Act of 1968 would not necessarily have serial numbers, but some do. Generally found on the side of the receiver or behind the trigger guard. Also, it can be found on the bottom of the the gun just before the break in front of the trigger guard possibly between the two screws.
The Savage/Stevens model 72 crackshot rifle was made from 1972-1989.