your rg model 14 was manufactured in the 1960's.
what caliber is the ward's western field model 14-SD206a
S&W Model 14
Smith&Wesson model 14
at the age of 14
No published sn data.
around 14 he was a model at 12
No serial number = no answer.
George Clooney uses a Ruger Mini-14 Rifle (in 5.56x45 NATO) and a Walther PPK pistol (in .380 ACP) - in the movie The American.
A standard model 60 holds 14 rounds in its tubular magazine. Including the one in the chamber it will hold a total of 15 cartridges.
It depends on which model and brand. Some hold as few as 6, some hold as many as 13 or 14.
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It's either a model 14 or it replacement 141, the cutoff would be 1935. The mOdel 141/141A was made in .30 Remington caliber from 1936 until 1950. The Model 141 Carbine was made from 1936 until 1942, also in .30 Remington caliber. The .30 Remington caliber was designed to compete with the .30-30 Winchester cartridge but without the rim that the .30-30 used. The reason for the spiraled magazine tube on the Model 14 and 141's is that the owner could shoot a more pointed projectile and not have the bullet tip rest against the primer of the cartridge in front of it possibly causing that primer to ignite that cartridge. A well designed rifle by John Pederson of the Remington design department.
With the serial number that you have provided,your Smith and Wesson model 14-4 was made in the year 1977.
Both the model 1907 and 1915 were being manufactured in 1915, but you probably interpreted the model number as the date of manufacture. Blue Book says in 60% condition, which would be a well-used but not abused gun, should be worth $200 retail. Untouched since it left the factory, it is listed at $525. ========= If this pistol is a model 1907 in .32 caliber, then the above is more or less correct -- probably a bit low by now, late 2010. If it is a model 1907 in .380 caliber, then it is worth maybe another $100-200, depending on condition. If it is a model 1915 (grip safety, shrouded hammer, usually called "hammerless") in .32 caliber then you can add a few hundred dollars more; only about 6,500 were made. If it is a model 1915 in .380 add another few hundred dollars; only about 3,500 were made. .380 model 1915s in very good (but not pristine) condition typically sell for over $1,000; pistols looking like they just left the factory, especially if in the original box, are usually over $2,000. The model 1907 was made 1908-1920 in .32 caliber (in about 14 versions), and 1913-1920 in .380 (in about 6 versions). The model 1915 was made 1915-1916 in .32 caliber (1 version), and 1915-1917 in .380 (1 version). See link below for images-
Remington made three models that were chambered in .25 caliber. The Model 14 was produced from 1912 until 1935 in .25 Remington caliber. This was a bottle-neck catridge that looks similar to a .30-30 cartridge but without the rim. In late 1935 they updated the looks of the stock and called it the Model 141 and it too was produced in .25 Remington caliber until 1950. The Model 25 was also produced in a .25 caliber cartridge, the .25-20. This is actually a revolverl cartidge. The Model 25 was made from 1923 until 1936. Value would depend on condition.
@ 40 yrs old.
This is a tough question to answer. Is your son a responsible person. Does he know how to safely handle a pistol? You know him best, 14 is a good age to start understanding the responsibility of handling a pistol, air rifle or firearm. At 14 I had my own 22 firearm, but I had a grandfather who taught me how to be responsible with it. Look up the basic rules of handling a firearm and see if your son understands them. By the way, Pellet pistols are much more accurate than BB pistols.
There is no Remington Model 35, certainly guns produced in CALIBER .35 Remington but lots of different models. I would suspect one of the most popular would be a model 8 or possibly a model 14 or 141. If it's a Auto it's probably an 8 or 81, if a pump a 14 or 141, off hand I can't think of other .35 Remington firearms.
He Popped His Pistol - 1953 was released on: USA: 14 May 1953