That's a little like asking "How much is a 2 bedroom house worth". The biggest single factor in antique firearms is "condition". An expert needs to look at it to even come close to a real value estimate. Make, Model and caliber gives a general idea, but condition is paramount followed by desireability (how many people want it) and rarity a distant third. If it is beat up, rusty, pitted, and rattles when shaken it may be worth less than $100.00 as a "wall-hanger". If it has bright (original) finish (Blueing/ casehardening, varnish or oil on wood) and is tight when shut, with bright bores it could be worth well over $1,000.00.
Remingtons are dated not by serial number but by a 2 or 3 LETTER code stamped on the barrel- left side, about a half inch from the receiver. The Remington Collectors Association website has the chart to interpret the letters.
I don't see dbl in Remington, if you mean the dbl in general when when referring to a Remington firearm that's double as in double barrel shotgun, derringer, etc.
Blue Book of Gun Values will help.
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Some brands of the double barrel shot guns includes, Stoeger, Remington and Winchester. The price for the double barrel shot gun can range from over $1000, depending on the collection.
If it is a double, remove barrel and you will see it along with serial #.
Steel or Damascus barrels?
Very old ones, but everything since 1921 is date code stamped on the barrel. See the Remington Society of America for diagram and chart. But also yes on old double barrels, 10's 11's etc.
Can't be answered as asked
as long as there are no cracks in the barrel, yes. it simply means not to shoot slugs thru the barrel.
inside reciever stamped: 4256 D C
as your looking down the gun, the gauge should be stamped on the left barrel back by the stock.
Model 24 is a semi-auto 22.
i have the same serial # and i found out that it was a 1973 remington and it shoots like hell i hate it its to old
Remington did not make a 44 cal double barrel pistol. The did however make a 41 cal (rimfire) the double derringer. (model 95) There's 3 type's, 5 models, and at least 15 variations some of which are quite valuable.
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i have a 10 ga., double barrel "over & under". stamped on the barrel it says "made in Italy". on the other side of barrel is "Richland Arms Co.". I'm also a bit puzzeled and confused. Know anything ?
it is 114 =[)
Crescent Fire Arms Co. and Crescent-Davis Arms Corp. They made the gun with only Smithsonian stamped on it in both single & double barrel and in several gauges
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
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