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Call the company if still in business, look for books published on the company.
You find a published list of serial numbers for the maker.
You find a book with serial number information and look it up. You find a book with serial number information and look it up.
Get the serial number Get a book on the comapany that has Serial Number data or a book that has serial number data, i.e., Blue Book of Gun Values.
there no answer to my question about how to look for that serial number that I was loking for on this number 075728 got it.
1 - find serial number on weapon 2- find book with serial number data for weapon you have.
This number is not the serial number, but a stamping on the barrel. Look under the receiver - forward of the carrier for the serial number.
Proofhouse.com has Colt serial number tables you can look at.
look on the bottom of the butt for the serial number............................
Browning.com has a serial number look up section under customer service. Browning.com has a serial number look up section under customer service.
Would need serial number to answer or go to proofhouse.com with serial number and look it up.
Look at the rear of the radio. Probably the serial number will be there.
Contact the maker. If they are not in business, look for books written on them.
You go to a serial number table for that particular model and look it up.
Look closer at the serial number. There should be two letters in the middle of it.
If you have a common shotgun made before 1968, there probably is no serial number to look up. If the serial number is not on the receiver some where; i.e., water table, side, bottom, somewhere; then it doesn't have one & that is as far as you can take the serial number of a shotgun made before 1968.
If you have the serial number you can look up the code or have someone look it up for you. If you do not know the serial number then you will have to take out your radio as the number is on the back of the radio.
The G prefix started at serial number 941,000 please look and see if you omitted one number from your serial number so a answer can be given.
277707 is your serial number so what does your car look like? Are you serious? The question can't be answered in its present form.
The age can be determined. Take the serial number into your local dealer and they can look it up for you.
Singerco.com has a webpage where you can look up your serial number and find out your model.
First, the serial number will be on the nameplate, which will also have the manufacturer's name. If you look up the manufacturer's website, you may find that you can enter the serial number (or more often the model number) into a form to give you data on that product. If they do not have such a form, you could look for their contact us page to send them an email. I would look for a local distributor though, and go to them with your questions regarding data on that serial number.