I would start my search at numrich gun parts corp.They can be found on the web.
The first Winchester model 1300 shotgun(model 1300 featherweight) was made in the year 1978.
Start your search at Numrich gun parts corp.They can be found on the web.
I purchased my model 311 back in 1968, as a used shotgun. I was told it was factory made with no serial number. I dont know mfg date, but this will maybe start you in the back dating process.
I would contact Savage Arms (they own Springfield) and ask. Customer service at their website would be a good start.
I would start my search at Numrich gun parts corp.they may be found on the web.I would also look at gun broker.com.under parts.
Tom, a good place to start would be e-gunparts on the web.
i would start my serch at numrich gun parts corp.They may be found on the web.If you have no luck try e-bay,gunbroker.com,or guns america.
Start looking at gunpartscorp.com
Stevens is a sub division of the Savage arms Company.That is were I would start my search.The Savage model 24 is the model number.
The value of a Western Field model 37 EMJ shotgun will vary depending on the condition. The prices start at an estimated $225.00.
I think you mean the model 48, no 40 I've ever heard of, and in typical lack of creativity for models in 1948.
Sometime in the 1880's.
The serial number start for the winchester model 1897 was #31609.This was a continuation of the model 1893 shotgun serial numbers.The number you provided was assigned to the model 1893 shotgun and this number was produced in 1894.they made these model 1893 shotguns from 1893-1899.
I would start with numrich arms,they have an awful lot of old gun parts.
Start by contacting Savage Arms Customers Service through their website (they own the Stevens brand) and ask for an owner' manual.
Try Numrich Gun Parts www.e-gunparts.com Go to "Start Here" and follow the instructions by selecting manufacturer then model, or go directly to the Stevens/Savage 311A page: http://www.e-gunparts.com/productschem.asp?chrMasterModel=089Zz311A
This military shotgun, also known as a 'trenchgun' or is other variants a 'riot' gun; was put into production in 1904 and produced through 1932. This is one of few military shotguns that was employeed from WW1-Vietnam. 'Very collectable' and can bring a pretty price.
Pretty much a custom proposition. Do a google search on custom shotgun makers and start making phone calls.
I would like to start first with the serial number.The letters MR in the middle of the serial number indicates that your browning shotgun was made in 2007.With that said,if you have a pump shotgun then you have a browning BPS.If you have a over/under shotgun then you have a browning citori.If you have a semi-auto shotgun then you have a browning gold model.
Need serial number to start with.
I would start at Numrich Gun Parts Corp.
in .22 cal it was 1934 and stopped making in 1963