Value good condition
Is was made in 1919, that is the patent date. I suspect I have the patent posted in the patent section of the Gallery on the Remington Society of America if you want to see it...
browning and Remington are two different companies, its not possible to have one companies gun under another companies patent.I beg to differ! I have a Remington model 81 woodmaster in 300sav.caliber that is made by remington and has John M.Brownings patent marked right on the barrel.Brownings patent for the remington models 8,and 81 were from the year 1900.The Remington model 8 was made from 1906-1936,and the model 81 from 1936-1950.All Winchester model 1886 rifles were made under a patent frpm John M.Browning.If you can re-post your question with the model number of your Remington,and caliber along with a 2 or 3 letter code found on the barrel of your firearm,I will be able to date your firearm for you.
I have a octagonal barrel .32 caliber Remington Patent date May 3, 1864 - What would it be worth?
go to Remington web site they can help you as they did with my 870 wingmaster
.22 WRF or .22 Remington Special
It is a Remington Model 12 .22 cal. pump
Here's a place where you can get the answer to your question.
.222 Remington model
Depends a lot on what type of rifle, patent alone doesn't cut it.
It all depends on the rifles condition. Could be $100.00 to around $150.00 if it's in original condition with no drilling or tapping for sites or scope mounts.
1600.00 I know that's on the 870 and what else i don't know but it's unlikely any Remington shotgun will bring that amount
Best left to a qualified gunsmith.