What kind of rifle stamped 1942 with serial?
Sorry- just not possible to answer that- way too many possibles. It is likely a military rifle, since many of those had the year of manufacture stamped on them. It COULD be a Mauser or a Moisin-Nagant rifle, but without a LOT more information, we can't even guess.
No way to tell just by the serial number.
What model of rifle are we talking about?I would need to also know what kind of condition are we talking about also.Include these in your next post along with the serial number and caliber and I can get you a answer.
Is it just stamped on one peice of the gun? I have a 5100 12g and each section (Stock, forestock and barrel) are stamped with a number (8WGK) to identify that they go together, kind of like a serial number.
You did NT say what kind of rifle, and that can make a difference. The lack of a letter prefix indicates a newer rifle. You can contact Marlin customer service through their website.
What kind of rifle is it? Bolt action, semi-auto? Caliber? Does it have the original box, manual, papers? Any accessories? How many rounds through it? Finish?
Who made it? What caliber? What kind of action (bolt, pump, semi-auto, over/under)? Serial numbrer?
If you would be kind enough to supply the serial number to your rifle,I would be able to supply the year of production.
If you would be so kind as to post the serial number of your Winchester model 1873 rifle in your question,I would be able to tell you the date of Manufacture of your Winchester model 1873 rifle.
There is many variables that will effect the price of a winchester model 70.First is it a pre-64 model 70 rifle,or is it a post 64 model 70 rifle?What kind of condition is the rifle in?Is the wood and metal in good condition or is it worn?The best way to answer your question is to know the serial number so that your rifle can be dated and have you describe in good detail the condition… Read More
As said, we need a lot more information. First, a serial number is not unique to only one firearm- if it were, it would be a VERY long number- there are more than 100 million AK47 rifles alone. Your best route will be take the gun to a gun shop or a gun show.
i can tell you that your browning was made in 1980.This is established by the letters pm in the moddle of your serial number.i cannot tell you what kind of browning you have without a more detailed description of your firearm.(Shotgun or rifle,pump action,semi-auto,bolt action,caliber or gauge.).
That's a patent date, you need to atleast describe what kind of rifle you have, pump, bolt, something.... Patent dates nor serials a model specific.
Bears have been killed with every sort of rifle from a muzzle loader to a .22 rimfire. However, would suggest something in the 30-06 power range or heavier.
It was a customized Winchester rifle.
Most commonly used rifle is a .22
The caliber of the firearm should be stamped on the barrel.
Not with the information you have provided. Who made it? Rifle, Shotgun, Revolver, Pistol? Condition? Barrel length? Finish? Caliber/gauge? Serial Number? Accessories? Got the original owner's manual and box?
A Carcano rifle.
No way to answer with the information provided.
A semi-automatic or fully automatic rifle.
Have it examined by a good gunsmith. This rifle use a .22 caliber bullet, long rifle.
Airsoft guns are searchable by serial number but usually by brand. Try looking around and in the gun for trademarks of any kind. Any markings or anything like that and then go take pictures of them, post them on a well known airsoft forum, and you're likely to get good results.
.22 Long Rifle bullets...
It was a Remington M-40 Sniper Rifle.
Laura's pa hunted with a rifle so probably a rifle and bow
If there is no maker's name on the rifle, it is likely a (former) military rifle. Without a full description of the rifle, and ALL markings on the rifle, there is no way that we can answer your question. Your best bet would be to take to rifle to a local gun dealer. Sorry-
The best you can afford.
I have a sears 30-06 from the 50s. the model number is 273.1830. serial number is 21494. it is a model 53. i need any kind of information i can get on this rifle please.?
it was made by Winchester for sears basically its a model 70 Winchester.
It is impossible to answer your question with just a serial number.
It is impossible to tell you with only the serial numbrer.
Shiloh Sharps caliber 45-110. Nice rifle, huh?
Possibly a Carcano military rifle from Brescia Italy.
Ddepends entirely on which rifle- there are thousands of different cartridges, and different bullet types. Sorry-
L1A1 Self Loading Rifle. It's a variation of the FN FAL.
What couldn't you kill with a rifle of any kind? Of course you can kill a hog with an 8mm.
The Airsoft M14 is a type of rifle. This rifle is electric, and is a type of sniper rifle. This gun can be used for many things, such as hunting and target shooting.
The chambering will be stamped into the barrel next to or under the Winchester name. Model 1890's all had .22 caliber barrels, but they could be chambered in short, long, and long rifle (LR). You might even find one in .22 WRF (The fore runner of .22 magnum.) If there is no chambering stamped in the barrel, or it only says .22, it's chambered for the .22 short. The reason being that it was made… Read More
What kind how old is this rifle when all it has on it is 7.0 mr b blindee d armes de guerre herstall belgique the number 5110 which assume is the serial number?
Provide a detailed description of ALL markings, type of action, caliber, barrel length, type of stock
It's almost always a serial port of some kind, but might be an old RS-232 type serial port, a PS/2 serial port, or a Universal Serial Bus port depending on the mouse in question. It could even be Bluetooth (which is still a serial protocol).
A Blastech D-11 blaster rifle
22 Long Rifle
You can't identify a firearm with only the serial number.
The type ofATF is usuaaly stamped somewhere on the dipstick. Mine takes Dexron and it is stamped on the head of the dipstick. I had to clean it to read it though.
You will need a professional appraisal
I could not give a value without a detailed description of what kind of condition your rifle is in.that includes the amount of original finish remaining,and what condition the bore is in.I can say that with the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1963,making it one of the last 10,000 pre-64 model 1894 rifles made.
A mule kicks, a rifle recoils. Recoil perception differs among people. It is generally considered mild.
The kind that is stamped on the "top of the oil cap" usually 5w20
== == Stamped serial numbers cause deformation of the metal deep below the surface and can be read even when filed off. Something that coin collectors use to recover worn off markings on coins is a chemical called Nicodate that could be used on nickles. It might be worth a try. A forensic expert might use acid etching or various scans to recover the number, but that kind of service will likely be expensive.
No way to answer- usually a bolt thatis marked uses a part of the serial number of the gun. Used for military rifles especially, such as the Mosin-Nagant rifle or the K98 Mauser, so that the correct bolt is put back into the correct weapon when cleaning them.
One that you can not touch and be around does that answer your question Not sure what that answer means. It depends: most snipers use a large caliber sniper rifle of some kind, but not every one uses exactly the same rifle. Most major manufacturers make some sort of sniper version of the rifle.