Dating beretta guns by serial number
For instance, Browning and Miroku have a date code of their own, as do Spanish manufacturers and the Italian proof house.And so do Remington, but it is far too complex to list here.Please note that specific information may not be available, especially on older models.
The Manufacturer warrants that this firearm was manufactured free of defects in material or workmanship; and for a period of one (1) year after date of original purchase, the Manufacturer and/or its local official Distributor/s (as listed here) agree to correct any such defect in this firearm by repair or replacement (at their discretion and, if the firearm is to be replaced, with the same or a comparable quality firearm).
Also, during the years 1945-1953, some Berettas may be marked with Arabic numbers 1-9 rather than Roman numerals I-IX.
During the years 1935-1943, before the National code system was enacted, some Berettas were marked with the Roman numerals XIII (1935) through XXI (1943).
In some cases the actual date in Arabic numerals may be used, or a combination of Roman and Arabic numerals.
For example, 1972 is usually represented by XXVIII, but in a few cases it may be written XX8 or as 1972.(You must click the "search" button to get your results.