You have a High Standard Model 102, made for the Western Auto hardware store brand between 1957-1961.
Made by Mossberg, and labeled with the Western Auto Revelation brand, your rifle is a Model 640K. If it has no serial number, it was made between 1959 and 1967. Rifles made in 1968 and later were required to have serial numbers. The model went out of production in 1985.
No sn records.
If your Revelation is a bolt action 12 g shotgun, these were made for Western Auto by Mossberg as their Model 395. There is little information on these, but they were made from 1964-1983. If your gun has a serial number, it was made after the 1968 Gun Control Act- serial numbers not required prior to that. Sorry we can't narrow it down than that.
It was made in the year 1968.
Made for Western Auto by Mossberg- their model 353.
I think Savage did. sorry it was not a savage. the revelation model 110 was a marlin model 81.
It may not have one. Rifles and shotguns made before 1968 were not required to HAVE a serial number (yes, it is legal. REMOVING a serial number is highly illegal) Many of the "hardware store" guns, such as the Western Auto Revelation, the Montgomery Ward's Wetsernfield or Sears JC Higgins guns were not serially numbered until 1968. PS- your gun is a Savage Model 94D, made for sale by Western Auto.
It' a Savage model 94D
Your Marlin 336 was made for Western Auto Hardware stores in 1967, AC42831 is the serial number, not a model number. Very nice rifle, BTW.