Cylinder Bore meaning the barrels are not choked (narrowed at the muzzle).
Tough question, the Remington model 550 is a .22 rifle not a 12 gauge shotgun.
what is the value of a Remington model 17 serial number 43748 20 gauge.The Remington model 17 shotgun was made from 1917-1933.There were approximately 48,000 made during this time frame.To accurately date your shotgun,there should be a 2 or 3 letter code on the barrel.Please post these letters do date your shotgun correctly.
The Model 1894 Remington was a side-by-side shotgun. The Model 1893 was a single-barrel shotgun with a side hammer. The 1893 in excellent original condition can bring $300.
The 1100 designation for a Remington shotgun is the model number. Remington makes the 1100 model in a trap version and a field version.
100-1000 depending on specifics
You can request an owner's manual for free at the Remington website.
Model 58 is an automatic not a bolt action
A Remington model 31 16 gauge shotgun is worth between $200 and $600 depending on its condition. These shotguns were commonly used for sport and recreational shooting.
The Remington model 11 shotgun was chambered in 12,16,20 gauge.Your shotgun should be marked as to which gauge it is chambered for.If it is worn away due to time and use,have a competent gunsmith check the chamber for the correct gauge. Model 11 is also one of the few firearms (by Remington at least) the have different serial ranges for gauge. 12 gauge - approximately 10,000 - 794,990 16 gauge - approximately 1,500,000 - 1,557,000 20 gauge - approximately 1,000,000 - 1,075,000
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300 or so
Your question answers itself.
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remington wingmaster 16 gauge
$500 and up, depending on condition
$500 and up depending on condition
50-1000 USD or more depending on specifics
About 275 in good condition
what is a remington 20ga shotgun patented 1891,1903,1904 worth?
Yes.The Remington model 11 auto loader shotgun which could be had in either 12 gauge or 16 gauge was made under a patent agreement with John Browning.These shotguns were made from 1911-1948.
No such model is listed in the Blue Book or Standard Catalog.