RW is Remington Works, not part of the serial no. 1912.
Find the serial number and google the Remington sight. They should have records of when the weapon was produced.
10-350 USD or so
The gun will be date code stamped, check related links to the Remington Society of America for information.
Check the date code on the barrel. See related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
the serial number is not a remington rand serial number. it is a colt commercial 1911. you have a rem-rand slide on a colt frame. sorry.
Big year of production ~31,500 - ~71,500
First year production 1912.
Your remington model 700 which has a letter A prefix to the serial number,indicates that it was made in 1980.
Post a serial or call Remington.
I don't believe the Remington 512, 511 or 510 have serial numbers
Email Remington with the #. They will get back to you.
Email Remington. They will get back to you.
Your remington model 700 was made in 1982 with the letter C prefix to the serial number.
Your Remington 1903-A3 was made by Remington in 1942.
Are you sure it's an auto and not a pump action, it sounds like the predecessor to the Remington Model 10.
Serial numbers by year for the 870 Remington Model.
1986 from the G in the serial number.
Your Remington model of 1917 rifle was made in November of 1918,with the serial number that you have provided.
You will have to call Remington with the serial number.
With the serial number that you have provided,your Remington model of 1917 wa made in December of 1918.Your rifle was made at the end of production of these rifles for World War I.The last Remington serial number was 646,000.
With the serial number that you supplied,your Remington model 14 1/2 rifle was made in either 1914,or 1915.These rifles were made from 1914-1931 by Remington. Definitely 1914 smack dab in the middle of the range listed in Remington Records.
Impossible to answer without a serial number.
Can't be answered without a serial number.