To determine the exact value of a Beretta Mod A 303, a number of different factors would need to be considered. Some of these things would be the age and condition of the shotgun.
Combination of serial number and features.
Still need a serial number to supply you with the correct answer.
There were 4 different .303 Enfield rifles made for the military, and others for civilian use. The link below will take you to an article of serial number blocks for different rifles.
With the serial number that you have provided,you actually have a very Early made model 1899 Savage rifle chambered in 303 Savage.The serial number indicates that your rifle was made in the year 1900.The first model chambered in 303 Savage was the model 1895,but Savage only made 6000 rifles from 1895-1899.Your serial number precludes this model.They did not make a model 1893 rifle.
The number 303 can be factored into: 303 = 3 * 101. Thus, 303 is divisible by 1, 3, 101, and 303.
With the serial number that you have provided,your Savage model 1899 rifle in .303 Savage caliber was made in the year 1910.The value can not be assessed without a detailed description of the rifles overall condition including the bore.
go to savage99.com/savage99 date.htm my sn was 36-516 as was manufactured in 1902
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No, 303 is divisible by 3, 303 = 101 x 3; and also = 303 x 1. Since it has factors in addition to 1 and itself it is not prime.
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what ever number followed by 303 zero's. Ex: 1 (and 303 0's.)
It should have a date on the right side of the vertical part of the receiver, right behind the bolt handle. It will have date, serial number, and factory mark. One of mine is 1916 (serial number) BsA (Birmingham Small Arms Company).
It is composite
3.303 = 3 303/1000
It is 303.
6.06 = 606/100 = 303/50
There have been several rifles made as military rifles in caliber .303 British (.303 Enfield) The most common have been the SMLR (Short, Magazine, Lee-Enfield) known as the No 1 Mk III, and it successor, the No4 Mk I. The link at the bottom of the page will take you to a website on surplus military arms, Scroll down the left side to the rifle you want, and it will take you to an article on that rifle, with photos. Can't tell you much from a serial number alone. ENGLAND is an import requirement, telling you which country it was made it.
Try leaving out the parenthesis and dashes. 3031234567 or try putting in the number WITH dashes an/or parenthesis. i.e. 303-123-4567 or (303)123-4567
THE W MEANS IT WAS MADE BY WINCHESTER, MAYBE A MODEL 1914 303 BRITISH RIFLE, THE MODEL WAS THE YEAR THEY STARTED TO MAKE THEM,VALUE $200 MAX