According to the Remington Arms Co. Website over 800,000 of this model was manufactured from 1906 until 1930 something. There are several variations and collector value depends on which of them you have and condition. I am considering a reblued specimen for $350. The dealer lamented that in unaltered condition this mechanically sound model with pristine bore would be worth far more. You could check one of the books like "Fladerman's" available on Amazon or a library listing used firearm values.
The Remington model 4 rolling block rifle was made between 1890-1933.If you have a model 4S military rifle,then these were made by Remington from 1913-1923.your rifle has either a 22.5in barrel,or a 24in barrel.These were chambered in .22,.25 Stevens,or 32 caliber.
Probably a Remington Model 12 -? depends on barrel, ammo made in 1914.
Remington Model 24 serial no#s were from 00001 to 130,425.Don't know what you mean by long spur and rifle model RW408700?
Only if it is marked ".223 Remington" on the barrel.
Which model, what condition?
Loosen the screw on the forearm push up on the screw and the barrel will pull out
Remington didn't make a model 55 rifle, nylon or otherwise. Autoloader, lever, or Bolt, Clip or Tub, letters on left side of barrel?
Lookup of the barrel date code markings on the Remington Society of America, manufactured date link.
The made them from 48 - 62, they are date code stamped on the barrel, the location and chart is on the Remington Society of America.
There is no "Remington USA 1906" rifle although there is the Remington Model 8, which was introduced in 1906. This is a semi automatic rifle that was chambered for one of four possible calibers; .25 Remington, .30 Remington, .32 Remington, or .35 Remington. The caliber that your rifle is chambered for should be stamped on the side of the barrel, just forward of the receiver.
Model ? Condition, condition, and condition ????
The bottom of the barrel, left of center, just in front of the stock.
Check barrel code.
Contact Remington directly.They should be able to identify the variant of model 700 rifle you have after a brief description of your rifles stock,finish,barrel length etc.
No such model number in the Remington line
The Remington Model 700 is a bolt-action rifle. It was made by the Remington Arms in 1962. It can come in many different stock, barrel and caliber configurations.
Depends on which model and condition, bolt, pump, ??? How do you know it's a 1950 barrel code?
Just guessing- since you did not give us a brand name- Remington 552? If so, Remington;s are dated by a letter barrel code- 2 or 3 very small letters, LEFT side of barrel, just ahead of reciever. Please repost with BRAND of rifle, and if Remington, the letters.
Made 1927 - date coded on barrel , see manufactured date information on Remington Society of America
Remington made neither a shotgun or rifle model 1890, sounds like you are might be talking about a model 12-C or 12-CS pump rifle. Until it's identified correctly and a GOOD description of it's condition, valuation is impossible.
The Remington Model 66 is chambered for the .22 long rifle cartridge. The most common twist rate for the .22 long rifle is one full turn in sixteen inches (1:16).
No such model number
You let a qualified gunsmith do it.