You dont let us know what kind of rifle it is. Single-shot bolt action, maybe $75 in excellent condition. Slide-action (early Savage), maybe $150 in excellent condition. email@example.com
My best estimate would be Stevens.
Provide a list of all markings.
Savage model 87A
Pre World War II. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sears- jc Higgins
We have a Ranger bolt action rifle with a model # 103-8. We do not know the age of our gun however.
Ranger 22 were made by serval different companies Stevens , marlin, Winchester,savage just to name a few. How ever there should be a model # on it . Check out Hoosier Gun Works Online Catalog .I too have a .22 target rifle marked on ranger.22 long rifle cannot find any other writing or numbers.I too also have the ranger 22LR. looking for the proper scope base model or size to fit the large barrel size barrel very large most commenly called target barrelThis is likely a Savage/Stevens Model 416 sold through Sears as explained above. This model just said RANGER-.22 LONG RIFLE with no model number.
What are they on? Where are they located? Any other markings? Rifle? Shotgun? Handgun?
If not marked on the barrel, have a gunsmith check it out.
Can't be determined from the markings you list.
Depends on in which nation the rifle was built.
Rifle? Handgun? Caliber? Maker? Other markings?
Made by Stevens in the 1930's.
What condition is the rifle in? Any rust?Also is there a crown crest anywhere on the markings?
i would need to have you describe your rifle in full detail and look to see if it has a model number marked on it,or any markings for that matter in order to help you identify your Rifle.
Made by Stevens before World War II.
Please list all the markings on the gun, exactly as they are marked. Franchi did make a .22 semiauto rifle, but they are primarily a shotgun manufacturer. ACCIAIO? email@example.com
Does not exist.
Markings on the rifle will indicate exactly when and where it was made. So- what markings are on yours?
Depending on the rifle, it may not be possible. Modern reproduction rifles are usually marked with the makers name. However, earlier authentic antique rifles may not carry a maker's name, and may have only a proof mark. Identification will usually start with recognition of the shape and style of rifle, proof marks if European (the US does not have government proof houses) markings on the lock, and markings traditional to a given maker or region of the country. It is as much an art as it is a science.
The Ranger is plainer version of the Winchester Model 94 rifle. The suggested retail price on a new rifle is around $386 at present.
No way to answer with the information provided.
Firearms International was an importer, now out of business I believe. It is unlikely that they would have actually marked the gun with their name before these markings were required in 1968. There are probably other markings that may identify the actual manufacturer. Double Action refers to a revolver mechanism and I have no idea what you mean by a doubleaction trigger on a rifle.
Markings and features as a rule.