Depends on the gun.
Some guns have the year stamped on them.
Some guns may be identified by the serial number.
Some guns can be dated by particular features they have.
Some guns cannot be dated any more accurately than the nearest decade.
The model number of the gun and make along with the serial number usually will determine the age of a gun.
You are going to have to identify the model number to determine the age. Take the gun to a gun shop or gun smith for assistance.
Try Blue Book of Gun Values
By the features and serial number. Blue Book of Gun Values has sn data.
The age of a gun will depend on what kind of gun it is. If you are unable to identify the gun, take it to a gunsmith or gun collector for an appraisal.
You can purchase .177 pellets at most any sporting goods stores. "Big 5,"' Dicks" or Wallmart just to name a few. As for the age of the Pellet gun you will have to give more information about the "GUN" (It not a rifle?) to determine the age. If you are asking about the model 177 then it was made between 1935-41
Take it to a Veterinarian. And they can determine the age.
The gun was made in 1958
I would start with a Gun Values book and try to match the gun to the pictures and figure out what the gun really is (since Western Field didn't make any guns, but bought them from several different manufacturers). Once I knew what the gun was, it is an easier task to determine the years in which that gun was manufactured. You will likely not be able to determine the exact year of manufacture unless you can access the Western Field data base.
There is no legal age to be able to shoot a gun but the age statue varies from state to state as to what age it can be done unsupervised.
Relative age is used to determine the age and how old a geological feature or fossil.
Can't determine model to help you date the gun. Use the link below. Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal.
They determine the age by, Radiometric dating of meteorites
You have a fine gun. Condition, condition, condition. Used condition is fine. Abused condition is NOT fine. In reasonable condition this gun should fetch as least $500. Age is unimportant as to value with this gun. You'll require the serial # and a reference book to determine year of manufacture.
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I think that it is not how old you are to shoot a gun it is the experience that you have with one.
Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal.
The Value of a gun is determined by it's age, make, condition of the gun and how desirable it is.
18 years old you can get a gun !!! But you should get a pistol before any gun !!!
Hand gun - 21; long gun - 18
Geologists determine absolute age of rocks by using radioactive dating.
Paleontologists use radioactive dating to determine the age of rocks.
You can determine the age. Often you can find the configuration of the gun by ordering a letter for its serial number from the Winchester Museum ($55), but it is cheaper and easier to determine this by looking at the gun. And one of the most important factors affecting the value of a gun or any other used object is the condition. The serial number does not tell you if it is in like new condition or broken and rusty. You can, however, detrermine the age by going to the following site and entering the serial number. http://armscollectors.com/sn/winlookup.php
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