OK, by finding the Sportsman in an old reference I discover that it is the Model 11C. When I find that model in a newer book, it is indeed built under license from FN using the Browning Auto 5 patent. Suggested value in NRA Very Good condition is $250 and $300 in Excellent.
Remington traced its heritage to Eliphalet Remington, an early American gunsmith who produced his first flintlock rifle in 1816. Raised in Central New York, Remington purchased land along the Erie Canal in 1828 and established an armory.
Remington does not do factory letters.The Remington Society of America maybe able to help you at least date your firearm but most early records were lost in a fire and only some of the early percussion information was able to be pulled from military records and other very early firearms only can be dated by model and variation. (estimate)
You may be thinking of the Opening of the The Worldwide Sportsman which aired on ABC in the early 70's. There is a clip of it on YouTube. Search for ABC Worldwide Sportsman opening montage, and see if that is it. Good luck J
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It's described on the Remington Society of America forums... http://remingtonsociety.com/forums/
Early 1911, probably January.
Early 1913 2nd year production.
It is believed that Eliphalet Remington made his first rifle for a competition shoot in 1816. However as a "company" he originally made just barrels which can be found on early flintlocks. To my knowledge there is no known flintlock that has been found completely made by Remington.
Is it a pump? sounds like it's a early unmarked model 12 made in 1911.
Should be early 1926, see related links for information on the Remington Society of America data code stamps on the barrel.
See related links these are older there's information on the codes on the Remington Society of America. Both are early 1928.
For age check the Remington Society of America here: (should be early 1960's) http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes
Probably VERY early 1939. Best to check the barrel codes, look up the details on the manufacturing date on the Remington Society of America.
Serial number 3273324 regards an early war (1941) built Remington Model 1903 Service Rifle, in caliber 30-06. Remington 1903A3 productions did not begin until 1942 dated to serial number 3348086 and higher.
Very early 1922, almost certainly January. It will be date code stamped on the barrel see related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
Remington Model numbers are normally on the left face of the receiver. Early shotguns and rifles did not have a model on them at all. Like for example the early Model 11 shotguns which I suspect you have if it doesn't have a model. probably pre-20's need serial to know.
William Augustus Osbaldiston has written: 'The British sportsman' -- subject(s): Early works to 1800, Sports, Horses, Dictionaries
Serial #s started @ 4200? Yours is early 70's
Early 1928, see related links for date code stamp.
Early 1923 - almost certainly January. You can check the date code stamped on the barrel see related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
This gun was made early in 1931 and will be barrel date code stamped, probably January but only a guess, check the information on the Remington Society of America in related links.
Remington 78 sportsman model of mid 80s was a budget version model 700 that had low bluing, linseed oiled stock and no checkering on bolt knob. Later on some 700 ADLs and early mt rifles had smooth bolt knobs as well as Remington cut some costs making these actions. It was rumored that early Army M24s had smooth bolt knobs but this can't be possible as all M24 actions were manufactured long after the last smooth bolt handled actions were made and sold to the public. The M24 first manufactured in prototype in 1988 is a bdl action and no bdl actions were made with the smooth bolt other than a few very early mtn rifles from 1986
Early rolling blocks and the years of the model 12 "pump" were not marked, need a good description to identify.
OH on the barrel? that's not the serial. If it's early probably July 1961.
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