It was probably made in 1929 or 1930 -- production started in 1929 and ended sometime later in the 1940s, I believe. Tens of thousands of Model 94s were produced by Stevens and I'm not sure if the different gauges had overlapping S/N ranges -- my guess is that yours would have been one of those manufactured in the first year or two.
The Stevens .410 Model 94C was made between the years of 1937 and 1984. This shotgun is valued at about 140 US dollars.
Boyd's stocks on the net.
1949 production of Ithaca 37's began with serial 202951 and ended with 302500.
They're common at gunshows, gun shops and on-line auctions. Value would be $50 to $125, depending on condition.
This is an Fabrique Nationale (FN) gun made in 1922. It was not imported and sold as a Browning gun, but sold by FN outside the US. Two barrel sets are not common on these old guns, especially if they are both serialized to the gun. Recommend checking to make sure it is not a GradeII or higher grade. okg 979 is the weight of the barrel at time of proofing. The forearm serial number should match the gun, but the number on yours is not enough difference to say that it's a replacement. Every once in a while FN put out a gun with a forearm that was a close number but didn't match.
Gauge was born on July 24, 1980.
Dating a Stevens 12 gauge model number g20a and serial 12202 is best done by the name on the gun. Where only Stevens appears the gun is likely made between 1940-1991.
SN's were not required before 1968. It it has one, check the following locations, barrel, frame, breech, under forearm.
i think its a twelve gauge,but no chamber reference anywhwere,definitely not a 410
model 77 does not have a serial number,they were made before serial numbers were required
Your stevens model 9478 was made by savage/stevens between the years 1978-1985.
If it was manufactured before 1968 it probably doesn't have one.
The Stevens Savage Model 124 12 gauge shotgun was made from 1949 to 1954. The serial number will signify the actual year of manufacture.
The serial number range for the Stevens model 520-30 military shotguns is from 30,000-70,000.As to the year of manufacture you will probably have to contact Savage/Stevens directly.
Stevens, sold at Montgomery Wards.
Check the barrel and receiver. Sn's were not required before 1968
Your stevens model 9478 shotgun was made during the years 1978-1985.while serial numbers were on the shotguns I do not believe that serial number records were kept as to the year of production.