Browning barrels will not work in Remington or Savage, and vice versa. The big stumbling block is the ejector. On the Remington and Savage the ejector is a single hook brazed to the rear of the barrel extension. On the Browning the ejector is a pair of hooks. The bolts of each are slotted to fit their proper ejector. The wrong barrel won't clear the bolt and the ejector will get hammered if you try.
Barrels of the Remington and Savage shotguns have a limited potential to be interchangeable, due to the shell stop cam cuts. The cam cuts are beveled notches on the exterior of the barrel extension. They work the cartridge stop that prevents a second shell from feeding out of the magazine.
Slight variations of dimensions through the decades allows some barrels to work in both models. Like I said, "some". Most do not. The only way to be sure is to try it. Frist, try feeding dummy rounds, and if that works then test fire. The best idea is to buy the correct barrel for your gun.
Information from Gunsmithing: Shotguns, by Sweeney.
Yes they should be.
Remington Model 12 barrels are threaded to the action. Barrels can be replaced with the proper equipment.
model 158 12 gauge shotgun
Not without modifications
Browning did not make the Model 11, Remington did. If you have a Remington Model 11 in 16ga, value is between $150-$450.
Does it read "kec" or "ked"? The Remington web site indicates 4 grades of Remington model 1900 double barrel shotguns (http://www.remington.com/library/history/firearm_models/shotguns/model_1900.asp): Grades Offered: K - Remington steel barrelsKE - Remington steel, auto ejectorsKD - 2 stripe Damascus barrelsKED - 2 strip Damascus, auto ejectors
Can you please give us the model?
Your best source on information would be to contact Remington via their web site.
Remington did manufacture a John Browning designed rifle. The Remington Model 8, semi-auto rifle was made from 1906 until 1936. The improved version, the Model 81, was made from 1936 until 1950. Remington also manufactured the Browning designed Auto-5 shotgun under their name as the Model 11 in various grades and gauges.
No. The Auto 5 and the Model 11 use the same design, but there are a few significant differences. The most important one is the design of the ejector. The barrels are not interchangeable.
Is this a model 11 Remington? Please re-ask under the Remington classification
The Remington 241 (after the model 24) is browning design and look the same, the 241 was last made in 1949.
Search web for Remington model 11. web info for inertia operated Browning a-5 is nearly identical.
Remington 11's are essentially Browning type shotguns with lesser values because of the name brand associated with the latter manufacturer. It is possible to find a Remington model 11 with an extra barrel with a different choke. The installed barrel and the extra barrel should have serial numbers.
Depends on when it was made.
Please be more specific. Remington made the model 11, not Browning. Brownings were not made in Belgium in 1943, however the American made Browning was made by Remington in 1943. Please state your serial number and perhaps we can help.
Remington Model 11
Remington made the model 1100. 200-400 USD.
You will have to call Browning.
Possible, but, have a gunsmith check it out.
AnswerNo. In my research into this question, they dont come with a Remington barrel, but they say that the Remington model 11 barrel is interchangeable with the Savage 720, and visa versa. They will not be interchangeable with the Browning A5 barrel.
Generally, no. Barrel sets are individually fitted to the frame and will not just drop on. email@example.com
your shotgun was made in 1947,it is a Remington produced browning,I have one in my collection of a-5s,they are wonderful guns,the only problem is that many parts from standard 16ga a-5s are interchangable a few are not and Remington quit making the parts in 1947,so if you need work done you may have to seek out a source that has a supply of new and used parts.Hope this message has been a help. Richard D.