Dating remington model 11 shotgun
This is not conclusive as I have examples of barrels which have no SN and those that have very early serial numbers that were placed on much later production barrels.According to the research information provided by Jim Tipton SN 36,469 would have been produced by the Remington Arms Co. I've read that there should be a date code stamped on the left side of the barrel, but all that's there is "FULL" and the right side only has a proofmark of "R.P." Other than the patent info on the top of the barrel, there are no other markings.remington journal Please everyone lose interest in these old Remingtons! While he may be right, I naturally assumed that it was made around that time.I just got into them in the last year and now they are getting collectable and I haven't been able to find one cheap (0-ish) on GB in a while. He sold it to my uncle, whom I bought it from a little less than a year ago. It is one fun shootin' bastard, if I say so myself.The original version of the Remington 1100 shotgun came out only in the 12 gauge in 1963, followed by the 16 gauge and 20 gauge in 1964, and finally the .410 gauge Remington 1100 in 1969.In 1970 a matched set came out in .410 gauge and 28 gauge.
If a gun is made after about 1895 it is probably made of good steel.
I need help resolving inconsistent information dating the manufacture of my 12 gauge Remington model 11 auto loader.
I was given the shotgun when I was in high school sometime during 1963 or 1964.
I have, so I've been told, a Remington M11 12g, serial number 115xxx.
It has zero markings on it as far as a date code go, nor does it actually say the model number anywhere.
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I'm going to contact Remington, and if your lists are correct and this gun is 100 years old, I just added a gun to my list of safe queens. Here she is in full recoil: My Model 11 was made in 1942 and it definately isn't a safe queen.