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What year was a 22 caliber rifle stamped 41-10319771-22 Sears Roebuck made and is it worth restoring?

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I have one and it is a 7x57 caliber is stamped on the left side of the barrel.



The caliber of a Philadelphia derringer with Jukar 054167 Jukar stamped on the barrel is not known. There isn't enough information to determine what the caliber would be. A gun collector would be a good person to ask.


The caliber of the firearm should be stamped on the barrel.


Well, it depends on what you mean. The caliber is "determined" at time of production based on whatever caliber the manufacturer wants it to be. The caliber can be determined later by looking on the barrel. The caliber will almost always be stamped somewhere on the barrel.


Usually caliber and/or serial numbers.


Well, it depends on what you mean. The caliber is "determined" at time of production based on whatever caliber the manufacturer wants it to be. The caliber can be determined later by looking on the barrel. The caliber will almost always be stamped somewhere on the barrel.


You will need to take it to a gunsmith to find out.


The manufacturer is normally stamped on the firearm next to the model, caliber, and serial number.


No. Only use what is stamped on the barrel.


It should have the caliber marked on the barrel,such as"38 Colt New Police".


A Sears and Roebuck firearm called the Gladiator Field Grade side by side manufactured by Meriden Firearms could sell at auction for up to $250. If there is a maker's mark or a model number stamped on the barrel, the price will be more than if there is nothing stamped.


On the top of the barrel near the flash suppressor it should be stamped with the caliber and rate of rifling. Example - 5.56 Nato 1/7.


As it is written/labeled/stamped on the item. Cartridges of the World, any edition, will give you more information.


There have to be at least 20 different shells in current production that can be loaded with a .30 caliber bullet.If you look at the barrel of the gun, the chambering should be stamped into the metal.


The Stevens will accept whatever caliber designation is stamped on the side of the barrel.



I just bought a pre 64 model 94 winchester 32 caliber, it has USA stamped in the stock just below the lever. Any ideas?


If it is not stamped on the barrel or you do not trust the barrel markings, the only reliable way is to have a gunsmith make a casting of the chamber.


You will need to go to a gunsmith and have a cast made of the chamber.


1930, will be date code stamped see related links.


On the barrel of most guns produced, the proper caliber/gauge is stamped as well as size/ type. That being said I think the model 16 was a semi-auto .22 caliber, firing a .22 caliber long rifle round.


Is your Winchester a falling block style single shot? If so, you have a Model 1885. The caliber is stamped on the top of the barrel between the rear sights and the frame ring.



It will be stamped into the barrel just in front of the receiver, but I'm sure it's 30-30 Winchester



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