if the model 1903 hammerless then made about 1922
date of manufactor can only be looked up with a serial number..............
Colt data at Proofhouse.com
The serial number is needed to determine the manufacture date.
Need to know the model or go to proofhouse.com and look it up.
A Colt .25 automatic with serial number OD44723 was made in 1972.
the serial number is in the pan for automatic trans, and it is in the bell houseing for the manual.
Impossible to answer without a serial number. what is the value of a browning 16 gauge automatic worth serial A6927
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The only way to find out how old a Bretta automatic pistol with the serial number 605222 is to call the company. There is not a listing for Bretta's by serial numbers online.
go to: oldguns.net scroll down to manufactor dates, then click on US Military.....enter carbine serial number under the carbine maker
Impossible to value any firearm with just the serial number.
Impossible to value with only a serial number and no other details.
If your M-1 Garand rifle was made by Springfield,then with the serial number you provided your rifle was made in the year 1943.
No way to value with only the serial number and no other descripitve information.
The 69C prefix to your serial number indicates that it was produced in the year 1969.
50-500 USD. Ruger has sn data on their website.
Impossible to answer without a serial number.
100-100000 USD depending on specifics
A semi-automatic model 1903 hammerless .32 with that serial number was made in 1919.
The Colt model 1911 commercial with that serial number was made in 1953
There should be a number ahead of the Z,in your serial number.please include this to get a answer.
A Colt hammerless .25 with that serial number was made in 1925.
If it is a Colt 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number, it was made in 1912.
Need the rest of the serial number.
Might have an extra diget in serial number but either 1973 or after.
Impossible to value with only a serial number.
Automatic transmission serial numbers are found on the front of the housing. It will be displayed on a barcode that will be inlayed on the transmission housing.
A Colt model 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number was produced in 1917.
A Colt 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number was made about 1912.
A Colt 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number was made in 1914.
A Colt semi-automatic .45 government issue with that serial number was made in 1919.
what model pistol ????
Impossible to answer without the serial number.
what's the question ???
go to: oldguns.net then on left of screen scroll down to Manufactor dates and click on US Military. Carbine must have serial number to look up................
Contact Colt with the serial number.
The Colt model 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number was made in 1909
A Colt model 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number was made in 1914.
There should be a manufacturer's serial number somewhere. Unless the serial number has been deliberately erased!
The year of manufactor for this gun is 1951. You can look up the serial number here http://armscollectors.com/sn/winlookup.php and it will give you that information
Rifle, revolver, semi-automatic, or shotgun.
Impossible to answer without the serial number. You can also contact Colt
A Colt 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number was made in 1912
The Colt model 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number was manufactured in 1919,
See the Browning website- customer service. Date of prodcution by serial number listing.
You must call Colt with the serial number and ask them or repost your question with the serial number if you want an answer here.
The serial number is needed to tell when it was produced. age depends on serial number, which you did not include. value depends on condition...... excellent condition, serial # 73034
the manufactor date of lugers is located on top front of the receiver just before the rear end of the barrel..............the makers logo is on top of the middle toggle...
There's a date code stamped on the barrel. See related links for information on the Remington Society of America.