What is the difference between 1187 Remington and the Baikal auto shotgun made by Remington?
Baikal isn't made buy Remington; it just has the name stamped on the side. It is made by baikal of russia
Remington O/U rifle/shotgun combo. 22 mag on the top barel, .410 shotgun on the bottom barrel.
Baikal guns are being imported by Remington under the 'Spartan' name.
Did you a mean Remington SPR220? Remington SPR220 is a side-by-side shotgun. You can get a schematic of this fine shotgun from down loading the owners manual from Remington. Kathleen
Remington now imports the Baikal shotguns under their 'Spartan' brand. Barrels for the "Remington" Spartan SPR-453 are the same as your Baikal.
On the Baikal/Remington SPR 310 O/U, you simply push the trigger forward to select the top barrel, leave it alone to have the bottom barrel fire first.
I purchased a new one about 2 years ago at Walmart for $117.00.
Canada told me that Baikal does not send parts and Remington no longer sells the Spartin or Baikal They will referr you to EAA corp
Need to know where to find replacement barrel for Baikal over and under shotgun 410 gauge and if this barrels will fit a spr 310 Russian made Remington 410 gauge shotgun?
SORRY, you will never find any because there are none available !
Remington Arms bought out Baikal firearms. A new Baikal model MP153 12 gauge shotgun can be purchased for $489.99 at Southern Trading Company and Pawn located in Bainbridge, Georgia (Contact Edwin McCullers at 229-248-0024).
You dont, you keep it on.
Yes. Remington just imports it and labels their name on it. Yes. Remington just imports it and labels their name on it.
It comes in two gauges, 20.gauge and 12 gauge Was Russian gun, now gun rights bought and owned by Remington. Now sells under Remington as Remington Spartan. Still sold under Baikal name.
IZ shotguns, also the Baikal brand use the TruChoke system sold also by Colonial Arms. This is the same choke style used by the Remington Spartan line while Remington owned the rights to the Baikal design.
Yes, some of the remington tubes will but not all. I have a remington modified choke in my mp 153 right now.
Once it was USSR but now it is Russia.
Remington doesn't actually make the sparton 310. Rather it is Baikal in Russia that makes this gun. Remington imports them and I'm not sure that they actual do anything beside that.
The Spartan is manufactured for Remington in russia. I believe the company that makes them is Baikal. You'll probably have to order the choke tubes. Standard Rem-chokes won't work. Cabela's sells the choke tubes for the Remington Spartan Side-by-Side, also made by Baikal in Russia.
There is a main dealer in UK and have loads of parts, old and new.
Baikal parts are available thru EAA Corp. Below is a link to their parts store. http://www.eaacorp.com/manuals-parts-diagrams.html
you can adjust the vent on the MP 153 using a spanner socket.
1. Sun Optics USA scope mount for Baikal MP 153. 2. B-Square scope mount for Baikal MP 153.
I am a gun dealer in Asheboro, NC (Franks gun and pawn). Yes, the Baikal choke tubes will fit. This gun is made by Baikal for Remington. It used to be imported under the EAA name. You can also get tubes at Colonial choke tubes.
The current importer is European American Armory. You can get a catalog at http://www.eaacorp.com
Excelent single barrel shotgun... inexpensive russian made!
The original IZH94 from EAA/Baikal was 1/12. http://www.predatormastersforums.com/baikal.html One could surmise that the SPR94 is the same.
It usually is 43.5 inches for the overall length.
If you email firstname.lastname@example.org with the serial number and model, they will tell you.
Yes imported from Baikal Russia Spartan SPR22
Moscow is (Greenwich Mean Time) GMT +3 hours, ie. 3 hours ahead of Greenwich, England. Lake Baikal is (Greenwich Mean Time) GMT +8 hours, ie. 8 hours ahead of Greenwich, England. Moscow is 5 hours behind Lake Baikal.
probably not, historicly shotguns are smoothbore if you shoot a slug, THAT would be rifled.
Try the old import at www.eaacorp.com
498.00 US from the factory, then down in price as they change hands.
You will have to measure it. Hammer-forged barrels made by Baikal can have quite a bit of variation in the rate of twist. I have a Baikal .243 that was supposed to have 1:10. I measured it, and it is actually 1:8.6!!
No. The biggest they make is 12 gauge.
Generally, no. While single shot rifles MAY have the rifle barrel replaced with a shotgun barrel, reverse is not true (usually) A rifle cartridge generates much higher pressures than a shotgun shell.
KBI is the importer. Is the Baikal an over&under or a side-by-side? Screw-in chokes or fixed? Extractors or ejectors? Chrome lined bores? Any engraving or inlaying?
they dont make a 32 gauage Don't know if Baikal makes one, but 32 gauge shotguns are available in Europe according to Cartridges of the World. No US company has loaded these shells for at least 60 years.
What is the age and value of a Baikal 12 gauge over and under shotgun in new condition marked 27E Made in USSR serial number 8948954?
In 2010, selling in places like Gunbroker.com ; the 12 gauge over 30-06, 308, 7x57R and 6.5x55 went between $400 and $530 depending on condition, caliber, figure in the wood, and choke configuration (some have screw-in chokes; others are fixed.) U.S. Sporting Goods in Cocoa, Florida plans to resume importing the Baikal izh-94 in 2011. There are numerous 12 gauge over 223 Remington models still available as Remington Spartan SPR 94's and these you can… Read More
A 12 gauge pump action shotgun made by Izhevsky Mechanichesky Zavod, Izhevsk, Russia, imported to the USA in 1999 and 2000.