Start by finding the model number on the gun, then look in the back of the Blue Book of Gun Values for the Store Brand Cross-over List. This list is also available on several websites. Revelation firearms are listed under Western Auto.
Get a book on the manufacturer and hope that sn data has been published.
Local gun shops who have a large inventory ofÊammo andÊwill carry a magazine for a R107A Revelation Firearm. Local pawn shops are also a good place to look.
Contact the manufacturer.
Revelation was a trade name marketed by Western Auto. If you have a model number, I may be able to cross-reference it to the manufacturer.
Beretta is the oldest firearm manufacturer that is still in business. They began in 1498.
This weapon was made by Marlin for Western Auto. If you go to marlinowners.com you can find out even more about this wonderful firearm.
A gunsmith or the manufacturer of the gun. Most dealers will refer firearm problems to the manufacturer or the gunsmith. Depending on the brand of your gun, some manufacturers will offer a lifetime warranty
If you are talking about a major maker of firearms?Then there are 2 ways to find the age of your firearm.First you may go to the manufacturer of your firearm and look at their customer service site and they may help you age your firearm,or second you may get the age of your firearm here by including the make,and serial number of your gun,any special features if applicable.We should be able to help you.
The manufacturer is normally stamped on the firearm next to the model, caliber, and serial number.
If your revelation is a bolt action, tube fed .22, it is probably a Savage Model 46. Savage is a good quality moderate cost firearm- and any firearm with a "store brand", such as Revelation, JC Higgins, or Westernfield typically commands less money than the company marked firearms. Depending on condition, $50-$80.
You are out of luck. Firearm serial numbers are not unique like automible VINs. Most manufacturers start with 1 for each model and increment. Some incorporate a date code in the number, but it still may not be unique to that manufacturer or model.
Contact the maker, read all the books you can find, provide a detailed description of the firearm.
You need to be more specific so your question can be answered. Is inland the name of fire arm manufacturer?
The best way to find the manufacturer is to visit the store that the appliance was purchased from and give them the manufacturer code of the appliance. They should be able to provide contact information for the manufacturer.
There are probably several guns with that serial number. Serial numbers are not unique to one single firearm - they often aren't even unique to one firearm from the same manufacturer. We'd need a lot more information to determine what type of firearm it is.
Marlin made the 336 for Western Auto Revelation 103.450 & .451. mossberg also made their model 472 lever gun for Western Auto Revelation 205.
See: http://www.gun-data.com/tour7.html this may help you. It appears to be a Savage 73.
you will find it on the barrel or action of the firearm
It is rare to find a modern firearm (last 50 years or so) that has NO markings at all. It is possible that those markings may have been removed from a modern firearm. Without some additional information, such as the type of firearm, we do not have enough information to offer a real answer.
Smith and Wesson. It's the manufacturer who developed the caliber, a frequent practice in the firearm industry.
There isn't enough information to answer this question. Serial numbers are not unique to one firearm - they may not even be unique to one firearm from a single manufacturer. Several guns could have that serial number.
You would need to specify the manufacturer and model of the firearm before the serial number becomes relevant.