The serial number places manufacture in late 1973. AxxxxxxA I cannot find this number on any lists. N Series N Frames: N1 — N60,000…………. The letter will confirm the date of manufacturer and first shipping location , also the guns configuration when it left the factory. It went out of production a decade later in 1982 when the improved second generation series was introduced the Model 459.
It also has the number 116 engraved on the yoke. If I knew the number I could be more specific. Come for the info, stay and make some friends. Well, the 3rd Gen equivalent of that pistol is the 6904. It is still relatively easy to determine model and vintage at least approximately from serial number and other identifying characteristics such as caliber. But this gun does not fit any of the standards! Could anyone help me with this? These pistols are usually tough, reliable, and excellent shooters. The knurled extractor knob is missing, so it's not a solid peice.
It also has very nice blueing. I need to know what caliber it is and approximate mfg. They can be easily spotted by their four-digit model numbers. I had to laugh and said not to worry only light lead loads it will be. Some revolvers also have the serial number located on the inside of the frame, in the yoke area. For those Smith Wesson with serial numbers, see the pictures below to find where to look.
Or, better yet if you know, and will provide info to me! Safety, New Departure or Lemon Squeezer Yours is a 1st Model which was manufactured from 1888 - 1902. Many have the book and would have looked it up for you. However I'm planning on going up there this weekend and will take a look at it personally. The serial number is on the bottom of the grip frame. The gun has been amateurishly reblued, so it probably has no value as a collector, and shows signs of overall rusting.
A powerful and economical pistol. To determine the required direction of rotation, refer to the Laser Adjustment Table on page 37 of the owner's user manual. Discontinued items that are not repairable will be exchanged for items of equal value. Late 1952 — Early 1952 S86,000 — S94,999……. We think the robbers were still in the house when she came home and she was unarmed. And there is no patent date on the barrell.
Well, don't know but I will try and answer your questions. Consider upgrading your membership for less than a box of bullets! A picture or two would help if you can manage it! It has a lot of info that might be of interest to many of you. It is listed as being used in 1959 however the Model 51 was not introduced until 1960. To determine the required direction of rotation, refer to the Shot Group Movement column in the Laser Adjustment Table on page 46 of the owner's user manual. The Army declined to adopt the Model 39, but the pistol was a commercial success, and was even used by a few police departments as one of the very first semi-autos carried by American law enforcement. For long guns manufactured in the early 1980's, please contact the following dealers for parts and service.
Defective products will be repaired or replaced. It has never been fired since I have owned it. Initially introduced with a capacity of 14 rounds, this was later increased to 15 rounds for future variants. Pistols - The serial number is located on the side of the frame. Limited Lifetime Warranty: The product is warranted to the original consumer purchaser, for as long as he or she lives, against defects in materials, manufacture of assembly.
I will attach pictures for help with that though. I need to know how many digits in the serial number to do this right. Don't know about the internet, but I have a book. Our chart covers most of the regular production models for the discontinued Smiths chambered in major service calibers. They are usually in different depth and type face than the inspection numbers and you may need a magnifier. I recently purchased a Model 64 no dash with a tapered barrel. While the year of the changeover to model numbers is usually given as 1957, it has been my understanding that they were phased in over what I was told was as long as a two year period.
Does anyone know how I could go about dating it by the serial number? The video is slightly less specific about the Victory Model but is interesting. Once you locate the serial number, then you are able to do some research and find out a little history on your gun. If you are uncertain, contact your ammunition supplier for verification. Is there anyone that I can send photos to that may be able to help me? Membership is free and we welcome all types of shooters, whether you're a novice or a pro. You may wish to reference one of the many books written on the value of handguns at your local bookstore or library. To determine the required direction of rotation, refer to the Laser Adjustment Table on page 46 of the owner's user manual. There is one variant of the second gen.