Date code stamped on left side of barrel, go to Remington Society of America for diagram and chart.
Value of 75 Cherokee 12 gage single shot
50-100 or so
It is a St. Louis Browning made by Remington for Browning. It was made around 1940. It's value is probably around $250.00 without seeing it. The B means it is a 12 gage. A was 16 gage and C is 20 gage.
Not marked, Model 9
Starting in 1921 Remington date code stamped all it's firearms on the barrel. You can look up the details on location and the code table on the Remington Society of America on the Manufactured Date link.
Check this page on the Remington Society of America for a list of places: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/service
Impossible to value with just the serial number.
No such model name in the Browning line.
Sounds like a model 11, 1905-1947.
I got one used but like new for 250!
40-100 US Dollars
40-100 or so
I think your referring to a model 11, made from 1905-1947.
50-250 or so
I bought my 31 16 gage pump about 5 years ago for $280. I was NRA good and has been my go to shotgun for small game hunting. I have also shot a 22 in skeet and a 24 in trap with this shotgun. It fits me perfectly and is a joy to carry at 7lbs. 16 gage 31's seem to go for about $300. Hope this helps
The 12 gage has a bigger barrel then a youth 20 gage shotgun.