Where is the serial number on Stevens shotguns?
Depends. Stevens shotguns made before the Gun Control Act of 1968 would not necessarily have serial numbers, but some do. Generally found on the side of the receiver or behind the trigger guard.
Also, it can be found on the bottom of the the gun just before the break in front of the trigger guard possibly between the two screws.
What is the manufacturer date of a Stevens shotgun serial number E513641 and D051949 and P954433 and UF40?
Where is the serial number on a Stevens 410-22 over and under with a tenite stock and what is it worth?
It MAY not have one. Serial numbers are placed on the receiver (frame) of all firearms- legally the receiver IS the firearm- everything else is simply "parts". However, prior to the 1968 Gun Control Act, no law required serial numbers on rifles and shotguns- and most low- middle cost guns HAD no serial number. While it is highly illegal to REMOVE a serial number, if a gun never had one, it is perfectly legal.
Trying to find serial numbers for a western field shotgun would prove to be very difficult.There were many makers of shotguns for the montgomery wards company.some of these include mossberg,savage,stevens,and noble.It would be best if you include the western field model number of your shotgun and then we can convert that number to the original maker of your shotgun.Then we would be able to find the makers model number.You must remeber that prior to the…
Not certain I understand what you are asking. If your gun HAS a serial number, it should be stamped into the metal of the receiver (frame). In the US, serial numbers were not required by law on rifles and shotguns until 1968. Many older rifles and shotguns- especially .22 rifles, have never had a serial number, and they are perfectly legal,