Yes, if it is a modern Remington barrel because these barrels come pre-threaded and accept REM chokes (and many other manufacturer's chokes made for the Remington barrel).
Otherwise it will have the choke description stamped on the barrel like, "FULL".
I have an older Remington barrel that was a "FULL" choke that I had a gunsmith thread for me. The ability to thread a barrel for chokes will depend on the thickness of the barrel wall. Consult a trained gunsmith.
Remington did not make a "Wingmaster" shotgun in 1936. The Remington Wingmaster (Model 870) was first introduced in 1950. remingtonwingmaster.com
the express is the cheaper model Remington came out with. There are many more models like the tactical ones and the wingmaster. The wingmaster is one of the better quality models.
Is it a Wingmaster or an Express? Can't be both.
The W ahead of the serial number indicates that your Remington 870 wingmaster was made in 1972.
Depending on the buyer... $275-$375
The 870 Wingmaster is still made in .410
All Remington model 870 shotguns were made in the Unites states.The Remington plant was located in Ilion,New York.
Visit Remington's web site.
100-300 or so
50-200 USD or more depending on specifics
Remington does not show a 870 rifle on their web site. Do you mean the 870 Shotgun? the Remington 870 is one of the most popular shotguns in the us. this shotgun ranges from $300 for the basic model to $1000 for the fancy Wingmaster edition
Depending on condition, the 870 Express is about $450, the 870 Wingmaster is about $725.
In 1950 Remington introduced fifteen versions of the Model 870 shotgun, in 12, 16 and 20 gauges.
Hey, I'm not sure about the worth, but I am also interested in the answer. I too just found a Remington 870 wingmaster 12 gauge made in 1951...
Contact Remington Customer Service thru their website.
@ 200 USD
Made by the Remigton Firearms Company.