The most comprehensive coverage of these is probably in the book "The Ithaca Gun Company: From the Beginning" by Snyder. Check with Amazon and others. It is not uncommon to see copies advertised at www.gunbroker.com for $100 or so.
The 2 letters in your serial number dates your shotgun to the year 2004.
The best way to find the age of a Mossberg 500A Shotgun is simply to call the company's customer service line and have the serial number and model number handy. Mossberg has yet to publish a list of their serial numbers in relation to the dates of manufacture.
Since the current Ithaca company does not have those records we can only guess at the date. I do have these facts and you can see where your shotgun fits. Serial number 510040xxx was made circa 1973 as it is a 20ga and they were not mfg until then. Then 510080xxx was made circa 1975, and 5100103xxx was mfg circa 1977. So you 510061631 was made circa 1974. Best I can do. Remember this is only a guess based on actual purchase dates of the three Ithaca shotgun mentioned. nge of ownership at Ithaca, and published records are incomplete. They began making the Model 51 in 1970. You might try emailing Ithaca Gun Company to see if they can provide a date of manufacture.
i have 2 Remington model 141, carbine serial #c 69757 and a 141 gamemaster serial #25543. what are the production dates and how many were produced?
The serial number you posted does not match any data from Ithaca records. The link below is to the accepted table of manufacturing dates for Ithaca shotguns. Values can range from $200-$450, depending on the exact version and the condition.
No Actually another post indicates www.Doublegunshop.com as a reference for production dates references with serial numbers of many double guns. Good luck.
Go to WWW.Ithacagun.com Click on Resourses Click on Ithaca Serial Numbers A new Window will pop up ..... Models, Serial Numbers, and Manufacturing dates Scroll down to model 37 repeater pump Scroll down to Year All Models 1965 891001- 927000 This is your answer
I am aware of no public listing of Model 37 manufacture dates, but IDSA Books publishes Ithaca Featherlight Repeaters. They're on the net. My info says 1957, but I have no clue what the -2 suffix means. The -2 suffix indicates barrel belonging to shotgun 704515
Your browning shotgun dates to 1929 with the serial number that you provided.
They all should have serial numbers if not you have a counter fit
For whatever help this is on 20 Aug 05, I am holding an Ithaca M49 which shows that the serial number is 9 digits long and stamped into the left front side, parallel to the barrel, and forward of the trigger in the action case. I hope this helps, Brad This is 28 Aug 05, my Ithaca M-49 has a 6 digit serial number, and is also stamped on the left front side, parallel to the barrel, and forward of the trigger. Dan The earliest (around 1962) models of the M49 Saddlegun didn't have serial numbers. The serial numbers were added to the lower left of the receiver in the later 1960s as required by the gun act of 1968. I don't recall the exact dates.