There is quite a bit of information about Springfield trapdoor rifles in Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms. Model identification is a bit difficult from the dates stamped on them - if your gun is marked 1869 on the lock, it is probably a Model 1868; if it is a Model 1869, it should have a date between 1863 and 1865.
There are no model 1878s. You have a model 1873. Check out www.trapdoorcollector.com for more info.
Sears will have all the info.
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I have a Springfield model 87a. 22 short an long rifle automatic. It was made by j. Stevens firearm co in Chicopee falls mass USA. Can I get a parts catalog for it an when was it made
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I have this gun. It is a model 86C. I am wanting information about this gun. I can't locate any. if you are aware of any info about this gun please contact me.
Your rifle was made for Sears by Marlin, and is a model 336C.
The year, make, model and engine info would be helpful.
Blue Book of Gun Values
I don't know, but I've got a nice one sn C020710 that I can't seem to find out anything about. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
You may contact Savage Customer Service through their website. Savage owns the Stevens and Springfield brand names. You did not say what information you seek, so we can't help you further.
Blue Book of Gun Values
Remington has never made a firearm with the model designation of 812
The receiver was made in 1917. The barrel also has a date stamp. Additional info can be found at http://vishooter.home.att.net/m1903.HTML
Springfield, Missouri population: 156,206 Info from wikipedia.org
That particular model was made in 1975. Put the model number in on google and you will find all the info you need on that motor
Info on the old Gilson tillers can be difficult. Toro owns the remnants of the company and can be very helpful.
I HAVE THE MODEL NO 1 WITH THE CLIP BUT INFO IS VERY SCARCE.
Brophy's book on Marlin Firearms history would be the place to start. I own a model 995, have a copy of the manual.
According to Singer the model # 457 started-in 1935 but could find no other info on it. Hope this helps.
I own a Vietnam issue 67F with a heatsheild and military 12'' stock. It was $90.00 broken. If you have any info on disassembly tell me.
From Daisy. You can request a manual by email- firstname.lastname@example.org
You will have to call your John Deere dealer. They do not put that info on their mowers.