See related links for date code stamp information on the Remington Society of America.
Depends on condition and parts originality. Range from 300-800
You won't get you answer by serial no unless you call the factory. However you will from the barrel codes listed on the Remington Society of America here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes
300 or so.
About $250, depending on which version and condition.
100-1000 USD and up depending on specifics
Impossible to answer without a DETAILED description of ALL markings.
Remington made those in the 60s thru 80s the Remington 7600 took its place they look identical, there a piecpiece of shyt, I always had problems with the 3 I owned and because of that there verry cheap to buy, a few hundred bucks at the most
You can get an owner's manual from Remington. Check their web site.
No published sn data.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description
The model number is 117
depends on what model it is as well as the age. need more details on the rifle.
Yes you can. I have shot some in my dads Rem 7400. If you do shoot it. treat it likes it is corrosive and clean the gun promptly and properly.
3006 weeks = 3006 x 7 days = 21,042 days
1934-1935 They were on limited production.
There is no model number 3006 or 243 in the Woodmaster line. Check Remington's webiste under the Sportsman's Library.
Remington's website states manufacture started in 1981. Call Remington.
can someone tell me how to find out the year of my Remington 742 3006 the letters on the side or xb3 the 3 looks like it has a line going tho it
All My Children - 1970 1-3006 was released on: USA: 7 August 1981
The Bold and the Beautiful - 1987 1-3006 was released on: USA: 19 March 1999
The Remington model 740 was the first semi-auto rifle chambered in 30-06,and was made from 1955-1959.The Remington model 742 was the next design and made from 1960-1980.I believe that the difference might be the gas piston,and the way the bolt locked up in the chamber(more bolt lugs).