Lithgow, New South Wales, is the location of an Australian government small arms factory. Slazengers is (was?) a sporting goods company in Sydney. That's all the help you'll get from me. I've got nothing in any of my references and don't think I've even seen a gun made in Australia. I have one, a single-shot, cock-by-hand, bolt action I bought used in New Zealand in 1983. The receiver is merely a bored-out section of the back of the barrel. It's a nice light gun for rabbits and vermin. I added a peep sight, and it's plenty accurate with .22 long rifles and shorts. G'day from Oz
Slazenger rifles in order of production
Slazenger Model 1B 22 cal SAF Lithgow Australia
Slazenger bolt action single shot rifles were manufactured at the small arms factory under contract to Slazenger PTY LTD of Sydney. They were well designed, robust and renowned for accuracy. Production commended in 1940 with the Model 1. This was modified to the Model A1 with 120,000 of these being produced. Further mods led to the model 1B with over 20,000 being produced. The wooden furniture was made in Sydney by Slanzenger and supplied to the SAF assembly.
Slazenger repeater Model 12 22 cal SAF Lithgow OZ.
Production on the model 12 repeating rifle commenced in 1946 and ceased in 1955. The rifle was supplied with a 6 round box magazine and as in other models the barrel was produced from proved barrel steel to the same spec as that used in service rifles. The one piece stock is made from scented satinwood. A modofied version the 55 was produced 1955-1958 with a 5" shorter barrel. More than 100,000 model 12 and Model 55 were manufactured before slazenger decided to stop marketing them in 1958.
Model 55 sorry for the lack of info
Slazernger Hornet Prototype. it never made it to release though the prototypes ( 120) where sold
We MAY be able to find answer for you, if you can find the MAKE of the rifle for us.
My understanding is the model 938 was a toy rifle not a bb rifle, but I did find out it was made in 1988
That will depend on the make of the rifle and the age of your pump rifle.
Model 94 winchester 30 30
1994. You will have to call Browning to find out the model
You can find a replacement firing pin for a Stevens model 87D 22 cal rifle at a gun dealership. You can also find it by contacting the manufacturer.
You will have to take it apart. Each model is different so you will have to find a diagram of the rifle.
You must mean the Model 97. Model 94 is a rifle?
You can find it on e-gunparts.com
Take the rifle to a gun shop so they can figure out what make, model and caliber rifle you have. There is no 84 caliber long rifle.
No such rifle. Even if there was, the chances of finding out who got a specific rifle by sn is next to impossilble to find out.
I have a Stevens Peerless model I'm in need of a magazine and information about this old rifle.
Your rifle was made for Sears by Marlin, and is a model 336C.
You need to find out what model your Winchester is. Just knowing the caliber won't do. The same serial number will exist on almost every model. If the rifle is a model 670A it was an 'economy' version of the Model 70, sold in department stores. Value today at retail is $250-$300.
Need manufacturer information.
Old gun catalogs