Do not see a 543 in any of my references. Sorry-Sportsman is associated with the Remington centerfire rifles in Model 76, 760, and model 78.
There is no model number 3006 or 243 in the Woodmaster line. Check Remington's webiste under the Sportsman's Library.
Should be on the action, Sportsman could be the 48 or 58 semi auto. Sportsman models have little parts left so try not to break any.
According to the Remington website the 78s were produced between 1984 and 1988 Deemoss
Take it to a professional
Take it to a gunsmith
50-200 or so
The sportsman 78 model Remington is the same as a Remington 700 adl, but i have yet to find whether to buy a short or long action stock for mine... so i would just go for a rem 700 adl stock
Numrich gun parts. Look under Remington SPT 58.
The Remington model 58 sportsman,semi-auto shotguns are valued at between 110-275 dollars for a gun with a plain barrel.You can add 50 dollars for a model with a vent rib barrel.
No such model number listed on Remington's web site.
No such model number in the Remington line
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50-135 US Dollars
Your question answers itself.
according to blue book of gun values 271,000 approximate sportsman 58 were manufactured between 1956 and 1963
On the bottom of the receiver, ahead of the carrier cutout, or on the left side of the receiver toward the bottom. firstname.lastname@example.org
I do not know the answer, I can tell you that I goy mine for Christmas 1959.
About 275 in good condition
Sure. A Sportsman 78 is just an ugly 700 with a cheaper trigger. Any 700 part can be used on it.
Search web for Remington model 11. web info for inertia operated Browning a-5 is nearly identical.