Diamond Arms was a trade name used on guns distributed by Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis Missouri. Vorisek's "Shotgun Markings" identifies 7 different makers, but a few can be eliminated as they furnished Shapleigh with only double barreled guns. If the gun is marked only "Diamond Arms Co" it could have been made by Harrington & Richardson (1872-1985), Hopkins & Allen (1898-1915), or J Stevens Arms (1920-1942). The "E" on the serial number indicate H&R manufacture in 1944, but I would not expect the "N" following it.
Diamond Arms single gauge serial number 49885 what gauge is it and when was it made plus value if in fair condition?" Diamond Arms single gauge serial number 49885 what gauge is it and when was it made plus value if in fair condition?" "Diamond Arms single gauge serial number 49885 what gauge is it and when was it made plus value if in fair condition?"
Diamond Arms shotguns were made by several manufacturers, but if the rest of the patent date is '13', this one was by J. Stevens Arms and retailed by Shapleigh Hardware.
There is no way to tell the gauge from the serial number, and that may not even be a true serial number. Diamond Arms were made by several manufacturers for distribution by the Shapleigh Hardware Company of St Louis between the 1880s and 1940s. Anyone familiar with shotguns should be able to determine the gauge by looking at the gun, but to find the proper ammunition you should also have a gunsmith measure the length of the chamber.
This question can't be answered as serial numbers are not unique to a single firearm. Many manufacturers could have made a firearm with that serial number. The only way to answer this is to have a knowledgeable person look at the shotgun - most makers identified their product somewhere.
A Colt single action 1860 army with that serial number was made in 1866.
If this is one of the Diamond shotguns imported in the last few years, it had better be clearly visible on the receiver, but most likely it is a tradename single or double barrel sold by Shapleigh Hardware c. 1890-1945. These were made by a variety of US and Belgian manufacturers. Very few will have serial numbers and there will be no records for any that do.
With such a great description, I can safely say it was made sometime between 1850 and today! A serial number alone tells nothing about a firearm. A few manufacturers have given a unique serial numbers to every shotgun they produced, many use a set for each different model, and most did not use serial numbers at all until it was required by the GCA of 1968. In addition, serial number lists are only available for the major manufacturers. If you can give the manufacturer's name and the model number/name, we may be able to give you an answer.
Your colt single action army dates to 1881 with the serial number you provided.
I have a J Stevens Springfield Model 15, .22 single shot, and there is no serial number. I bought it a t a gun store, and the dealer marked my receipt to indicate it had no serial number. There is also no indication that a serial number was removed.
1877 if it's a Single Action Army. Nothing special about the serial number.
Your serial number indicates that your Ruger Single Six was made in late 1975.
when did spring make 12g single barrel shotgun serial number 30368
There is no way to answer your question, due to lack of information on make and model. Serial numbers are not unique to a single firearm, and several different makes and models may have the same serial number.
22 cal. single action colt frontier serial# 34170K was made in 1968
No published serial number data.
Serial number shows it is a single action revolver made someime after 1978.
i have a 12 gauge Black Bridge single shoot shot gun the serial number is A649620 CAN YOU TELL ME HOW MUCH I CAN GET FOR THIS
It probably doesn't have one. Serialization of long arms was not required before 1968 and few manufacturers of utility-grade shotguns used them.
Go to the Ruger website, customer service, historical data, revolver, find your model, and there is a serial number/ year of production list.With the serial number that you provided,your ruger single six was made by ruger in 1982.
No way to tell- a serial number is not unique to only one firearm in the world.
Per proofhouse.com, the Colt single action army with that serial number was made sometime after 1978.
Look on the frame
Ruger's website has extensive serial number data.