Stevens Model 940c was manufactured between 1961 and 1970. If your shotgun has no serial number then it was made before 1969.
It was manufactured in the early-mid 60s.
Check the Blue Book of Gun values!!
The location for a Savage 410 Model 940C shotgun serial number is on the bottom of the gun butt. Make sure you Flip the safety lever to the on position to prevent accidents.
An HP Deskjet 940C printer is an older printer model from Hewlett-Packard, so you probably won't find it at places like Best Buy. You can, however, purchase it used on eBay and on Amazon.
$90-$316 when bought online
There are a wide variety of places where one can purchase a HP Deskjet 940C ink cartridge. The easiest places to buy the cartridge is from the official website or a local electronics store such as Best Buy.
Brass melts at a temperature of 900-940 degrees C. (http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/melting-temperature-metals-d_860.html)
Connect the printer to a network computer that is connected via a wireless router. If that doesn't work, use the built in WiFi connection and tell the computer to look for it and add it is a separate printer, then set it as the default printer.
Brass consists of copper and zinc ordinary yellow brass, 67% - 33% respectively, MP= 940C, 1213K, 1724F ordinary red brass, 90% - 10% resp., MP= 1050C, 1323K, 1922F other forms are in between. The boiling point, initially is assumed Zinc boiling point, 907C, 1180K, 1665F However as it is hard to expect BP below MP, then I would say the BP of brass is very near its MP, in other words, Zinc vapor exists in parallel with liquid brass. final boiling point is assumed Copper boiling point, 2336C, 2609K, 4237F