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Old 09-24-2010, 11:16 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Should have been "newer"
In other words, guns made after the the date of others.
I have 2 Panthers 2 Pumas, a Bobcat, an Alleycat, a Thundercat, a 96 Desert Fox, a 98 Desert Fox, a B2K, a B2K3, a BKO, a Promaster , and a FS7 not to mention all the line SI stuff.
Also got guys that I play with that shoot Creek. so I have a few other serial numbers written down.
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Old 03-11-2016, 06:22 AM   #13 (permalink)
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From my conversations with Jerry, the first number is the year, so 94, the second letter is the marker P for Puma, the rest is the number of guns produce.
It still amazes me that they made so many and you see so few around.
I had one that was 4P100007, and they made Pumas in 94 and 95.
I know this is a necro post, but I am including some info for those who are just running a search seeking information.

I bought a 94 Puma TM new in box. Shortly thereafter I called ICD and talked to Jerry. From our conversation the numbering scheme at the time was YEAR/MODEL/MONTH/NUMBER.

Based on that information, ICD SN (Serial Number) 4P100007 was made in '94, a Puma (Were any Panthers made after '93?), made in month ten (October), and was the 7th body made that month.

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That makes sense for some of the serial numbers I have collected , but doesn't quite fit for all of them.
I have a list of serial numbers posted on here and on ICDO.( I need to update it with a few more I have collected too)
ICD mech serial number list
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Old 03-11-2016, 07:04 AM   #15 (permalink)
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That makes sense for some of the serial numbers I have collected , but doesn't quite fit for all of them.
I have a list of serial numbers posted on here and on ICDO.( I need to update it with a few more I have collected too)
ICD mech serial number list
Hmmmmm...

When were any Cats last made? Some of those numbers do not seem right for what I was told. Did they change the Cat SN scheme at some point?

Interesting. You list and my SN info would have a few Pumas made in '97. Were these left over bodies?

I found this thread at ICDO which indicates Cats last made in '01 or '02.
http://www.icd-owners.com/html/index...iewtopic&t=410

Perhaps I should email ICD and ask a few more questions.

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Old 03-11-2016, 01:47 PM   #16 (permalink)
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97 Pumas were made more like the Thunder/Alley cat, uppers and lowers were made in batches as apposed to the early guns being cut from the same billet of aluminium. Easy way to tell is the seam is staight accross instead of the " dog leg" where the screws go. They also came with a shorter front hanger that only allows for a 7 or 9 instead of a 12 or 14 under the barrel.
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