Need more info to shoot a figure...condition, gauge, barrel length/choke/ribbing...AnswerThe Remington Model 11 was produced from 1905-1947. It was the first autoloading shotgun produced in the US. You can call Remington direct at 1-800-243-9700 and they can assist you with values.
You can look up the serial number and age of this gun by the date code on the left side of the barrel, The Remington home page will tell you which model (trap, riot, special, etc) but unless it is highly engraved it is only worth a few hundred dollars. ($100.00 to $250.00) Depending on condition.
Browning did not make the Model 11, Remington did. If you have a Remington Model 11 in 16ga, value is between $150-$450.
depending on condition, $150 to $350. Looks like Browning and people collect them. Just do not bring the money of the Brownings.
1100 is a Remington, not Browning.
Please be more specific. Remington made the model 11, not Browning. Brownings were not made in Belgium in 1943, however the American made Browning was made by Remington in 1943. Please state your serial number and perhaps we can help.
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No such model number in the Remington line
The current value can be anywhere from 700 dollars to 1500 dollars. The value depends on what the condition of the gun looks like.
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AFAIK, Browning never made a model 810.
It isn't a Remington Model 100 it is a Winchester Model 100 and depending on the value they run from about $500 to roughly $390. It isn't a Remington Model 100 it is a Winchester Model 100 and depending on the value they run from about $500 to roughly $390.
Model 52? ??? Model 51?
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Browning never made a Model 51 shotgun.
Browning did not make a Model 11.
No such model listed on their website.
Winchester makes the Model 70
which model, what condition?
Depends on year of manufacture and condition. I paid $385 for my 1952 model which, amazingly, still looks brand new.
It depends on the browning model of shotgun you are asking about,and the condition it is in.