Eastern arms was a small in home outfit that built firearms for individuals somewhere in Europe. They manufactured very few firearms, and they where mostly handcrafted. Each gun was an original. Although I have never heard of them creating a 12 guage its not impossible, most of the firearms they built were larger,10,8,6,4, and alot of speculation that they may have built a 2 guage. There was only two gentlemen that built these firearms, and I am not sure of there names. I you out a little.
I'd like some of whatever the person giving the last answer is smoking. Eastern Arms Company is a trade name that was used by Sears Roebuck c. 1900-1940. The actual manufacturer could have been Meriden Firearms, J. Stevens, Savage Arms or whoever offered the lowest price in a particular year.
I also have this shotgun and have been all over the internet trying to locate parts. I desperately need a fore end stock. I found a number on the receiver where the fore end normally covers. # 263, and 1/4" below that is a "B". I'd realy appreciate some help locating parts if they are available.
there is no serial on it
Depression era shotgun sold by Sears and Roebuck, there was no requirement for serial numbers at the time. If it shows significant wear take it to a gunsmith to determine safety before firing, other wise it should be fine for lead shot.
Was there a question there?
You will have to provide specifics to even have a slim chance of getting an answer. Who made the barrel? What weapon is it on? Where is the number on the barrel?
No serial number records exist, but the company was in business from 1908-1915.
It's a shotgun, not a rifle. EASTERN ARMS CO was a tradename used by various hardware catalog stores before World War I. The guns were made by several different manufacturers and no serial number records exist. Unfortunately this was well before Al Gore invented the internet.
Check the receiver and barrel.
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There should be a stamped model number on the left side of your barrel. The serial number will be on the reciever; however, the model number is on the barrel.
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The barrel and receiver should have the same serial number.
This is a standard weight 16ga auto 5. It was made in 1962. The barrel should read: Browning Arms Company St. Louis Mo. & Montreal P.Q. If the barrel only reads St Louis and not Montreal, then the barrel is not original to the gun when it was sold.
Stamped on barrel, Barrel and reciever one piece.
that number at hte end of the barrel is the subtraction of the length from the weight for example my bat the demarini phoenix is 31 inches and weighs 21 ounces and therefore the number a the end of my barrel is -10.
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No published sn data.
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This serial number would indicate a gun made in 1904. To be sure that this is not an early gun, you can check the barrel. If the gun was made in 1904, the barrel would be stamped: BROWNING AUTOMATIC ARMS COMPANY It is probable that your gun is more modern. Check the gun for a letter above or preceding the 78xx number. The complete serial number would be required to answer the question. Thank you
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