Typically they are stamped on the receiver of the auto and pump action shotguns either on the bottom or the side. Low and moderate priced bolt action shotguns produced in the 1940's and 50's may not have had serial numbers. Later bolt action guns had the serial number stamped on the receiver, usually the side.
Serial numbers were not mandated until 1968. You may not have one.
the mossberg 185 does not have a serial number, it is out of the time period where serial numbers were not forced to be used
Yes. The Mossberg 500A1 is a .12 gauge shotgun.
what type of shotgun is this
No serial number provided.
Contact Mossbrg directly and supply them with your serial number.They should be able to date your shotgun with this info.
The western field model 172B was made for Montgomery Wards(Western Field) by the firm Mossberg and sons.The Mossberg model 395K and your shotgun are one and the same.The Mossberg model 395K was made from 1963-1983.
There is no serial number on your shotgun. Serial numbers were not required befroe 1968.
In order to answer your question,you must include the Make of the shotgun,the model number,and serial number.
No serial number provided.
what is the manufacture date of a model 59 winchester 12 gauge shotgun with serial number 262XX
Please provide the model of the shotgun, gauge, and the correct serial number. email@example.com
Your question can't be answered as written. What Model? What are ALL the markings? What gauge? How long is the barrel? What type of finish? Mossberg 500C, 20 gauge, 26" accu-choke, serial number K064007, checkered wood stock, blued barrel, vented rib barrel.
The value of a Mossberg Model 500e 410 gauge shotgun overages between $200 and 300. The actual value of the shotgun is largely determined by its overall condition.
Basically impossible to value with just the serial number.
That is a very early serial number!If you have a auto-5 12 gauge shotgun,then the year of manufacture is 1904.If you have a 16 gauge shotgun,then the year of manufacture is between 1910-1912.
Can't be answered without the serial number and the maker.
There is noway to tell what gague a shotgun is just from the serial number. Take it to a gunsmith.
Seeing that you did not state what gauge your shotgun is in,the Browning auto-5 shotgun chambered in 12 gauge with the serial number 49322 was made in 1921,if you have a 16 gauge model auto-5 shotgun then it was made in the year 1926.
describe the type of shotgun and recheck the serial number
The number X1850 indicates the serial number.This serial number shows that you have a browning auto-5 16 gauge shotgun that was made in the year 1947.
The Mossberg model 185D bolt action shotgun was made from 1947-1959.
Generally, you can't. It might be possible with Browning, but, you will need to call them with the serial number.
Check your serial number,you have to many digits.
with the serial number that you have supplied,your Winchester model 12 shotgun was made in the year 1921.