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Where can you find the age of a Springfield Arms Co 22 model 53B?

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Answered 2005-03-27 22:46:54

The best way is to contact Springfield Arms, and speak with a rep, give them the serial # and model# and they will be able to look up a production date for you.

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Yes, I believe it was. I have a Model 53-B (single shot .22LR) and it says on the barrel 'SPRINGFIELD MODEL 53-B, Manufactured by J. Stevens Arms Co., Chicopee Falls, Mass. U.S.A.'


$125 0r so depends on condition & Location


I paid $25.00 for this rifle and I'm going to try to restore it. I need the year it was made before I start so I do not damage the value of it by doing so.



apparently from what i have found this rifle was bought new for like 45 bucks. maybe alittle more. and it was made between 1936 and 1948. it might be worth 100 to 125 dollars. this info is from research i did on the internet from other people askin similar questions and there responses. i think the years it was made might have been from the model 53b. they cant be that far apart from each other. the difference is the 53 a firing pin has to be reset manual. the 53 b resets when the bolt is opened. my 53 a does not have a safety and the 53b does. i dont know if im missing parts or not. i dont think that i am. hope this helps


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The Electric Company - 1971 53B 6-53 was released on: USA: 29 December 1976


Made sometime from 1933 to 1945 and worth $25 (NRA Poor) to $150 (Excellent).


You might be able to find a buyer on eBay or a similar site, but it may not be worth the effort if the bills show any significant amount of wear. As of 06/2013, a worn '53A or '53B $2 bill would retail for roughly $2.50. But if you're lucky enough to have some nice ones with only minimal wear they might bring around $5.50 retail.


555 miles taking this route:Take U.S. 31 SOUTH to I-65 SOUTH to LOIUSIVLLE via I-465 around Indianapolis (EXIT 53B off I-465 to get onto I-65 SOUTH).Take I-65 SOUTH to Nashville.


340 miles taking I-65 SOUTH, via I-465 SOUTH to bypass INDIANAPOLIS (EXIT 123 off I-65 in INDIANA to get onto I-465 SOUTH ; EXIT 53B off I-465 to continue on I-65 SOUTH to LOUISVILLE).


145 miles taking this route:Take I-77 NORTH, from Charlotte, to I-40 WEST to HICKORY at EXIT 51B in Statesville.Take I-40 WEST to Asheville. To enter the city itself, take I-240 WEST (EXIT 53B off I-40).


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977 miles taking this route:Take U.S. 31 SOUTH from Traverse City to I-65 SOUTH to LOUISVILLE via KEYSTONE AVE (bear left) and I-465 EAST around Indianapolis, INDIANA. (EXIT 53B off I-465 to get onto I-65 SOUTH.)Take I-65 SOUTH to Montgomery.


402 miles taking this route:Take I-94 WEST, from Belleville, to I-69 SOUTH to FT. WAYNE at EXIT 108. Follow signs to I-69 SOUTH.Take I-69 SOUTH to I-465 SOUTH at EXIT 0 in INDIANA.Take I-465, around INDIANAPOLIS, to I-65 SOUTH to LOUISVILLE off EXIT 53B.Take I-65 SOUTH to Louisville.


185 miles taking this route:Take U.S. 31 SOUTH to I-465 EAST via KEYSTONE AVE (bear left) in the northern suburbs of Indianapolis.Take I-465 to I-65 SOUTH to LOUISVILLE at EXIT 53B.Take I-65 SOUTH to Columbus. The main exit for Columbus is EXIT 68 [SR-46 (W Jonathan Moore Pike).


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195 miles taking I-65 SOUTH via I-465 SOUTH (EXIT 123 off I-65 in INDIANA to get onto I-465 SOUTH ; EXIT 53B off I-465 to get back onto I-65 SOUTH to LOUISVILLE). The main exit for Columbus is EXIT 68 (SR-46). To get to the center of town, turn left off the exit ramp onto SR-46 EAST.


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