Basically impossible to identify with just the serial number.
By model, caliber and serial number.
If serial number information has been published, you can search through it.
What is the model of this gun. That number alone does not identify a complete serial number for a skeet gun
You can't identify a firearm with only the serial number.
No. You should take it to a gun dealer to help identify it.
No. It's best to take it to a gun shop to help identify it.
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.
In most cases, if you give me only a serial number, and no info on make, model, caliber, then no. A serial number is not unque, or it would be 20 numbers long.
You need to Identify the make and model of the BB gun in order to get an answer not the serial number
The manufacturer is normally stamped on the firearm next to the model, caliber, and serial number.
You must identify the model number of the gun - the serial number is not sufficient.
I was told by a gun collector that a five digit number on an imported derringer is not a serial number- it is a lot number ( a serial number should be at least 6 digits) what about the proof markings on the gun? can this identify the company or date or just the country of origin?
By the Serial number one can usually identify the year. Serial numbers past the 70s and some before can also identify the model. Ask another question and include the type of gun and the serial number. We can help.
Yes it is illegal to own a gun that does not have a serial number. It is also illegal to remove the serial number off a gun.
Without knowing the model and caliber, we can't tell. A serial number ALONE does not identify a gun.
Can't identify by serial they are not unique across models, however with a good description identification is quite probable.
No. Serial numbers aer NOT UNIQUE. They are intended to be unique to a given make and model- but a gun can be rebarreled to a different caliber.
We cant identify the model by the serial number. Please identify the model. Also, Western Field guns were made by various companies and dates of production by serial number are unavailable.
Please state the model not the serial number and I will try to identify it for you.
With just the serial number, nothing.
with the serial number , any driveline shop will be ablle to identify the transmission
You won't. other than by chance. A serial number ALONE does not identify a gun- they are NOT unique to only one firearm. Each year, more than 4.5 million guns are made in the US. If each had a unique serial number, it would be dozens of numbers long.
Just by the serial number, no.
The serial number will identify the year of manufacture. Check the link below to date your gun.