Winchester Model 250 Serial Number Date Of Manufacture
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I was wondering if some one could help me figure out the age of the wood stock. I have heard that some people have had luck with sorting out the zeros and adding them up. I thought I would try that. It is a brown wood stock with the numbers on the front of the stock. I assume that there is a zero or two for every inch around the circumference of the stock. In the picture below you can see the numbers on the front of the stock. The numbers are a little worn so I am assuming that they are the number of inches. I did not get a picture of the back side but I can get one if needed. Any info you could provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
If the watch or gun is an older model, MechanicalHunting.com might not be the best resource. You might need to visit the manufacturer's website to find the original shipment date of your Colt 1911 handgun.
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A watch is a convenient way to search for your firearm's original shipment date. It requires a fair amount of mechanical knowledge to successfully use one, but you can find a manual or online explanation of how to use one.
If you have a firearm that came from the same lot as another, but isn't the same model, you can often find out when the lot was produced. This is because with the original serial number on the frame, the earlier firearms will have been made first. The first firearms manufactured from a lot were mostly made in the first year of production. The second year of production saw a lot of improvements to the production process, with more standardization, uniformity, and refinements. So you can likely match the serial number prefix on the frame of your firearm to find the production year of its counterpart.
All of this is to demonstrate that the serial number itself does not necessarily tell us when a gun was manufactured. With some effort, though, we can use serial numbers to narrow things down somewhat.
If you have a lot of firearms with the same model, you can check to see when the last was made. This is because the original serial number is engraved on the frame and is usually located just below the barrel. If your firearm has the original serial number on the frame, you can visit the Forgotten Weapons patron site and find out if it has been recently overhauled. 827ec27edc