Go to the Browning website, look under Customer Service. You will need the serial number, not a patent number.
Numbers can be the serial number, the caliber, the model number or the patent dates. Can you be a little more specific??
i have a febrique nationale D'armes de guerre heistal belbelgique browning patent depose serial#187734. i would like to know about the gun
manufactured by savage arms corp.utica.n.y.usa
In very good original shape 2800-4500-us dollars
Serial numbers do not designate calibers. Look on the brrel to ID the caliber.
Can't tell the caliber from just the serial number.
No way to know the caliber from just the serial number
Need more information. Caliber? Tip-up? Swing-out cylinder? Barrel markings and patent dates? email@example.com
There are many different models that were produced in .36 caliber so you will have to narrow it down some. try here after doing that. http://proofhouse.com/colt/
It would be in 36 caliber or 44 caliber...
Virtually impossible to determine caliber by just the serial number.
No way to answer without a detailed description of ALL markings, finish, condition, any accessories, box, papers, caliber, etc.
This isn't a serial number. It looks more like a patent number. Describe which model you have and we can help with the serial number.
President McKinley was shot with the same model gun. The patent dates are 1896 and 1899.
50-90 or so
No. Serial numbers aer NOT UNIQUE. They are intended to be unique to a given make and model- but a gun can be rebarreled to a different caliber.
The manufacturer is normally stamped on the firearm next to the model, caliber, and serial number.
Caliber can not be determined by serial number.
Depending in condition 0-100 bucks.
Impossible to tell from just the sn. if you found the serial number, you will be able to find the caliber of the pistol somewhere carved in the metal.
By model, caliber and serial number.
Impossible to answer
Impossible to value a weapon with just the caliber and serial number to any degree of accuracy.