I just bought one of these rifles at a gun show. 12/2004. I paid $130 for it. It appears to be in working condition. I have not tested it though. Bore is a little weak, but still in usable condition. I haven't seen a price guide on these rifles, and have no idea of the actual value, But after a considerable amount of horse trading I got one for $130. So I guess that can be a starting point in determung the value. I was told that the Hopkins & Allen model 722 is possibly the same gun. They sure look the same to me as well. .
You will have to contact Remington.
Virtually impossible to determine caliber by just the serial number.
Seldom reach or exceed 100
Seldom exceed 100 USD
Caliber can not be determined by serial number.
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
The manufacturer is normally stamped on the firearm next to the model, caliber, and serial number.
It would be in 36 caliber or 44 caliber...
Basically impossible to do with just the serial number.
By model, caliber and serial number.
You will have to contact Winchester.
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.
10-100 USD or so
It is generally impossible to tell the caliber/gauge of a firearm from just the serial number.
Impossible to know the caliber with only a serial number. It should be marked on the barrel.
the caliber is stamped on the gun.
What model? Doublecheck your serial number.
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.
You need to repost, give the model and caliber, and the complete serial number. N is not a serial number, and there is more than one Springfield.
No way for us to tell from a serial number alone. Serial numbers are NOT unique to any one firearm.
Need caliber to answer.