If the number is engraved and not stamped then it was done by a previous owner and not Colt. It could mean anything.
The model number should be stamped on the barrel just above the trigger guard.
Could be an inspection number.
Yes and it dates the gun at 1939
It should be stamped on the side of the receiver.
Generally it is stamped on the side or top of the barrel near the receiver.
THE NUMBER IS A PRODUCTION NUMBER NOT A MODEL NUMBER. I HAVE USED THAT NUMBER TO IDENTIFY PARTICULAR GUNS IN MY COLLECTION BUT, I AM NOT CERTAIN IT CAN BE CALLED A SERIAL NUMBER EITHER.
Depends on whether it is an NFA item or a C&R
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The serial number in modern guns is stamped into the portion of the gun that is considered the receiver by the ATF where it will be visible. For most steel pistols this would be on the side of the frame If the gun has a plastic frame, such as a Glock pistol, a strip of metal is stamped with the serial number and is molded into the frame. For some pistols, like Kel-Tec, the receiver is not the frame but the metal frame insert and the serial number is on the rear of the insert under the hammer slot. On revolvers the serial number is usually stamped on the butt portion of the frame. Sometimes grips need to be removed to see it. Sometimes the serial number or the last digits of the serial number are also stamped onto other parts of the gun, such as the slide, to identify the parts as belonging to that particular gun, however, the only serial number that matters legally is always on the frame.
Can be found on the left side of the weapon just above trigger housing.
A whole number has no portion.
The number stamped on the square tang indicates the bit size.
It won't have a serial number and a Golden model should have a gold-colored trigger and cost a couple dollars extra when new Actually, pre-68 Glenfields had no serial number. Post-'68 rifles have it stamped into the right side of the upper-receiver.
what is the whoile number portion of the decimalfor418.0972
Most likely the pattern number
I have the same number on my 336-RC 35 REM, so I'm thinking that it is not the serial number. That number was stamped on the left side of the rifle just above the trigger. I have not been able to find any other numbers that look like a serial number.
What is the number 823 stamped on a ring mean
Tractor serial number stamped on instrument panel name plate, Engine serial number stamped on side of engine.
The number 228 stamped on jewelry means it is made of gold.
The whole number portion of 418.0972 is 418
Should the number stamped on housing of a Kirby vacuum match the sticker number on bottom of Kirby
If it truly does not have the serial number on it in either of the two places it was originally stamped, it is not worth much. Look closely on the bottom of the receiver frame (on the lower tang behind the trigger and on the forward edge frame).
If gold is real it will be stamped with a fineness number of 1-999 or .1-.999. It can also be stamped with a karat number of 10K, 14K, 18K, 22K or 24K.
A statement trigger is a trigger which is fired once on behalf of the triggering statement, independent of the number of rows the triggering statement affects.