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Old 11-18-2011, 01:04 AM   #91
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Waiting on info from Bill Goodman

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Old 11-18-2011, 01:28 AM   #92
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.35 rem serial# 10xx

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Old 11-18-2011, 07:43 PM   #93
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Starman1,

Thanks, but we need the complete 4-digit serial number. #10xx doesn't help us at all.

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Old 11-18-2011, 11:13 PM   #94
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Starman1:

Good talking to you. The serial number for your rifle #1030 in .35 Rem was already in my list (previous info from Bill Goodman). The lowest number we have found is #1021 in .35 Rem, and the highest is still #5594 in .32 Rem.

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Did any of these rifles come with saddle rings ? Do you have serial # 1737 .30 rem,1724 .32 rem ?

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Did any of these rifles come with saddle rings ? Do you have serial # 1737 .30 rem,1724 .32 rem ?
No saddle rings, at least not to my knowledge. These were rifles, not carbines. Yes, I have both numbers on the list.

So far there are:
35 rifles in the 1000-1999 serial number range.
29 in the 2000-2999 range.
34 in the 3000-3999 range.
32 in the 4000-4999 range
17 in the 5000-5999 range.

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Have you looked on web at Amoskeags for prior sales.Will help find serial numbers if you would like have some people in Michigan looking

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Hey Peter, haven't seen you around the campfire much. Here's another one for you.

4570 (good caliber haha) 35 Rem.

I'm parting a few parts of this one out right now, the barrel is on GB.

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The serial number for the Stevens 425 is normally on the lower tang, under the lever.

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Actually most of the internal parts on the 425's are all stamped with their serial numbers for final fitting I guess. I'd bet 90% of the internals I pulled out of 4570 had their serial number stamped on them.
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Hey Peter, haven't seen you around the campfire much. Here's another one for you.

4570 (good caliber haha) 35 Rem.

I'm parting a few parts of this one out right now, the barrel is on GB.
Hi Mad Dog,

Good to hear from you. I have #4570 on our list, but the caliber listed is .30 Rem not .35 Rem. Can you double check?

From the past postings several people need 425 High Power parts. You might make someone very happy!

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