http://www.cornellpubs.com/Templates2/FI%201969.htm Look at the table of contents and see if you can find your rifle. Firearms International was an importer, not a manufacturer. They imported Sako, FN, Garcia, LaSalle, AYA, Rossi, Star, Astra, etc.
is the serial number on a truck, car, airplane or firearm ???? if a firearms, who made it, model number, caliber......... value on ANYTHING has to do with overall condition...................
There is no way to determine the caliber of a firearm from the serial number unless you have access to detailed records from the company and this sort of information is seldom released to the public. However, almost anyone who is familiar with firearms could probably answer this question by looking at the gun. If not, a gunsmith can take an exact measurement.
Early firearms in .22 caliber were not required to have a serial number. Your Marlin 81 falls into this time frame.
It was manufactured in 1901. The people at the Cody FIrearms Museum can tell you what caliber it was when it was made (and it should still be the same if it has not been rechambered) if you send them the serial number and $50. Or you could read what is stamped on the side of the barrel.
Blue Book of Gun Values, Standard Catalog of Firearms
Impossible to value with only the serial number and no other information.
Meriden Firearms, 1905-1915, was a subsidiary of Sears Roebuck. Probably not real ivory, but could be. Value depends on condition, but probably not over $150 in excellent condition.
Your marlin 336sc(standard carbine) was made by the marlin firearms company in 1950.
You will need to contact the Cody Firearms Museum.
No. You need to know at least the manufacturer, the model, and in some cases the caliber and the approximate date of manufacture. Serial numbers were not required on firearms in US prior to 1968.
Impossible to answer. You have not proivded anything besides the serial number. Browning has made tens of thousands of firearms. Is it a revolver, pistol, shotgun or rifle? What caliber or gague? Features? Finish?
Most manufacturers of firearms keep detailed records of various models and their respective manufacture date. Check out the Colt firearms website as a starter
With serial # 118840, it was made in 1914. 95 years ago.
Contact Browning Firearms Customer Service. Many of the FN records were lost during the war.
Serial numbers do not designate calibers. Look on the brrel to ID the caliber.
Can't tell the caliber from just the serial number.
No way to know the caliber from just the serial number
No way for us to tell without more information. Serial numbers are NOT unique to any one gun.
No way to answer with only the serial number and no other information like, caliber/gauge, action type, etc..
Impossible to answer without more information, such as caliber and type of action.
You need to provide more information like model, serial number, and condition.
Impossible to answer without more information
Contact the Cody Firearms Museum.
It would be in 36 caliber or 44 caliber...