It will be marked on the receiver/barrel.
By looking at the barrel and receiver.
It will be marked on the barrel or receiver regarding where it was made.
It will be marked on the receiver/barrel where it was made.
It should be marked on the barrel.
Where will be marked on the barrel/receiver.
Where will be marked on the barrel or receiver. When is 1977.
It will be marked on the barrel or receiver. Most likely Japan or Portugal.
It is marked on either the receiver or the barrel.
It will be marked on the barrel.
It should be marked either on the receiver or barrel Mine is marked .410 3" chamber, and it works extremely well with WInchester Super X ammo
Probably turn of the century
The caliber should be marked on the barrel near the receiver. The Model 39 is a 22LR
Interesting, the receiver was made after 1930 and the barrel 1922. Doubtful if the barrel is original.
This is a lightweight 20ga A5 made in 1966. The barrel should be marked for 2 3/4 shells. ***If the barrel is marked for 3" shells then it is not the original barrel. It is not safe to shoot 3" mag shells with the standard receiver.
inside reciever stamped: 4256 D C
The receiver is the largest metal piece of the shotgun, in other words, the frame of the shotgun. All the other parts, such as barrel, stock, bolt, etc- attach to the receiver. With modern firearms, the receiver will be marked with the serial number. Legally, the receiver IS the firearm- all other parts are simply parts.
Depends on what is marked on the gun.
There have been several variations of the company name, but never just "J Stevens". The "Springfield" name was used from 1920 until about 1948 and during this time the company was called J. Stevens Arms Co. The type is determined by looking at the gun: single shot, double barrel, pump, etc. The gauge, if not marked on the barrel, can be determined by measuring the chamber. 147K MAY be the model number. I have not found this model listed in any of my references, however if it is a single shot or double barrel, few models differ significantly from others, so many are not listed individually.
It should be stamped/marked on the side of the barrel-receiver end. If not, take it to a gunsmith for measurement.
The value of a London Fine Damascus 14 gauge double barrel shotgun marked JT Sang Ford depend on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 225.00 and 320.00 as of 2014.
Liege, Belgium Superior proof mark A smokeless powder proof
The current Barrett Firearms does not make a double shotgun. Exactly how is your gun marked?
50-100 USD or so
Definately not. I can't think of any offhand that can, but if it is not marked on the barrel then it cannot shoot them.