By model, caliber and serial number.
The manufacturer is normally stamped on the firearm next to the model, caliber, and serial number.
It is impossible to identify a weapon with just the serail number.
In most cases, if you give me only a serial number, and no info on make, model, caliber, then no. A serial number is not unque, or it would be 20 numbers long.
Without knowing the model and caliber, we can't tell. A serial number ALONE does not identify a gun.
Impossible to do with only the serial number. Provide a detailed description of all features, markings, caliber/gauge, barrel length, sights, etc..
Virtually impossible to determine caliber by just the serial number.
Caliber can not be determined by serial number.
Basically impossible to identify with just the serial number.
It would be almost impossible to identify a gun just by its serial number.
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
Unable to identify model from just the serial number. Need a detailed description of all markings, type of action, finish, caliber.
No way to identify maker by just the serial number and caliber.
It would be in 36 caliber or 44 caliber...
Basically impossible to do with just the serial number.
with the serial number , any driveline shop will be ablle to identify the transmission
You will have to contact Winchester.
It is generally impossible to tell the caliber/gauge of a firearm from just the serial number.
Impossible to know the caliber with only a serial number. It should be marked on the barrel.
the caliber is stamped on the gun.
What model? Doublecheck your serial number.
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.