Some makers have sn data on their web sites (Ruger, Browning), others you can find at Proofhouse.com. Others will require you to buy a book or go to a library.
You find a published list of serial numbers for the maker.
Ask your local police to run it.
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.
No. Some manufacturers have resources available to look up serial numbers of firearms they manufactured, though.
You find a book with serial number information and look it up. You find a book with serial number information and look it up.
S&W factory 1 800 331 0852
Look up the serial number.
The Blue Book of Gun Values or online at oldguns.net
Look up at proofhouse.com
If data has been published, yes.
If data has been published, you look it up.
You will need to call Colt
that depends of gun maker. colt's, springfield, S&W and similar gun makers have books on gun dates. who made your gun will depend on a serial listing being available......
IF YOU CAN REMOVE THE HANDLE THE SERIAL NUMBER SHOULD BE THERE. YOU CAN TAKE THE GUN TO YOUR LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT AND HAVE THE GUN REGISTERED OR SEE IF THEY HAVE A PROGRAM WERE THEY BUY THE GUN.
If sn data has been published, you can look it up.
Look up the manufacturer website and type in your Serial Number.
There is ONE serial number (may have several digits that make up entire number) The serial number is the number on the receiver (frame) of the gun, Other numbers may be assembly numbers or parts numbers. By law, the receiver IS the gun- the rest is only "parts".
You find a web site or book(s) with sn data for the weapon you have and look it up.
Depends on the serial number... Look up Winchester serial numbers..
You can look up serial numbers at Proofhouse.com
If serial number data has been published, you can look it up.