For BSA and Greener rifles view complete catalogues from 1908 to the mid 1930s on our CATALOGUES PAGE As far as civilian rifles are concerned, some manufacturers have their own dating systems, with, for example, prefixes or suffixes to serial numbers providing that information.
Anschutz target rifles fall into this category, and their system is given on the page for these rifles.
Many, but not all, of our pages carry date information on the various rifles illustrated or discussed, where it has been possible to be sure of data.
There are a number of methods by which a rifle can be dated, or at least bracketed between certain years of manufacture.
You may not necessarily find specific date information within the text of particular pages, but often the images of advertisements or catalogue entries contain some dating 'give-away', such as the year in which a particular rifle achieved a notable competition score by someone, but which data is in graphic format and therefore not "searchable" by a text search engine.
Do not briefly glance over a page and assume that the information you require is not there.
Such research is a major part of the joy of owning, collecting and shooting classic or historic rifles.
When "the real Seymour Skinner" arrives in Springfield, Agnes ends up rejecting him in part because he stands up to her, but also because unlike Skinner/Tamzarian, her biological son is independent and doesn't need her anymore, while Skinner immediately reverts to a good-for-nothing without her.
Agnes' first name was revealed in the seventh season episode "Bart the Fink".
is the mother of Principal Skinner and first appeared in the first season episode "The Crepes of Wrath" as an old woman who embarrassingly calls her son "Spanky".
However, as episodes progressed, the character turned bitter.