Remington now imports the Baikal shotguns under their 'Spartan' brand. Barrels for the "Remington" Spartan SPR-453 are the same as your Baikal.
Baikal guns are being imported by Remington under the 'Spartan' name.
Go to the Ruger website. Under customer service, you can access their database of year of mmanufacture by model, by serial number.With the serial number that you have supplied,your Ruger Single Six revolver was made in the year 1958.
On the breach under the barel
It comes in two gauges, 20.gauge and 12 gauge Was Russian gun, now gun rights bought and owned by Remington. Now sells under Remington as Remington Spartan. Still sold under Baikal name.
Check the frame, barrel, butt and under the grips
I am a gun dealer in Asheboro, NC (Franks gun and pawn). Yes, the Baikal choke tubes will fit. This gun is made by Baikal for Remington. It used to be imported under the EAA name. You can also get tubes at Colonial choke tubes.
£475 English pounds from York Guns
Ruger has info on their website. Look under Customer Service, then Historical Data.
Go to the Ruger website, look under Customer Service, Historical Data, revolvers, your model- and there is a serial number listing.
Visit the Ruger website. Under Customer Service, select Historical Data, revolver, then your model. Year of production is listed by serial number.
Go to the Ruger website, look under customer service, historical data, revolvers, single six. Ruger did not always produce guns in serial number order- but dates shown will put you in the ballpark.
Baikal shotguns have been around in the UK for a long time now. They are very simple and honest hardworking guns that will give many years of service. I own two Baikal shotguns (both singles) and I often choose them intead of my Beretta 391 semiauto. Prices in the UK for new baikal guns are about: single all guages L89 side by side L260 over/under L340 You can go to Baikal's website at www.baikalinc.ru. Be sure to click English version when the page pops up unless you can read Russian! Has lots of information and you can even contact the company via email.
It usually is 43.5 inches for the overall length.
Go to the Ruger website, under customer service, historical data, revolvers, find your model, and the years of production are listed there by serial number.
Single barrel, under $100. Double-barrel up to $200 unless heavily ornamented.
Single barrel? Over Under? Side by Side? Semi-Auto?
Ruger has mfg dates on their website, Look for historical data under customer service.
There is on mine, under the brass buttplate, on the left side. Mine is stamped 18, I believe.
Ruger website, under Customer Service, Historical Data, pick rifle pistol revolver or shotgun, then your model, and date of manufacture by serial number range is shown.
Check under the top lever.
KBI is the importer. Is the Baikal an over&under or a side-by-side? Screw-in chokes or fixed? Extractors or ejectors? Chrome lined bores? Any engraving or inlaying?
The serial number on marlin 336rc is under the lever of the gun