NO! The 1187 barrel was for remington shotguns,the auto-5 shotgun is a browning shotgun.
Try posting at Remington Society of America.
You can request a manual from Remington on their web site.
The Model 1894 Remington was a side-by-side shotgun. The Model 1893 was a single-barrel shotgun with a side hammer. The 1893 in excellent original condition can bring $300.
Remington O/U rifle/shotgun combo. 22 mag on the top barel, .410 shotgun on the bottom barrel.
They have date code stamps on the barrel which can be looked up on the manufacture date link on the Remington Society of America. --- Update: It's important to note that the barrel on the shotgun MAY not be the barrel that was originally on the shotgun at purchase. Check the serial number with Remington.
The Remington Model 10 slide action has barrel lengths of 26" 28" 30" and 32"
I don't see dbl in Remington, if you mean the dbl in general when when referring to a Remington firearm that's double as in double barrel shotgun, derringer, etc.
There are a few specialty shotgun barrel dealers that deal in obsolete models, plus there is always eBay. www.countrygunsmith.net
Remington H 70 is a Law Enforcement shotgun, 18 inch barrel without choke. Good Personal Protection gun,
i have a remington 870 wingmaster its my grandpas and it has 3 barrels the slug , the bird shot barrel and the muzzeloader barrel it takes a 209 primer just like the the regular muzzeloader its very interesting
Model 24 is a semi-auto 22.
On Course Not.
Date code stamped on left side of barrel, go to Remington Society of America for diagram and chart.
i have the same serial # and i found out that it was a 1973 remington and it shoots like hell i hate it its to old
Without seeing it, almost certainly not.
Well if you cut the barrel and start at the feet,it can be good as a blender.
It's date code stamped on the barrel, see related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
Check the date code on the barrel, the details and table lookup are on the Remington Society of America, manufactured date link.
check the date code stamped on the barrel. Remington Society of America, Manufactured Date link has the details.
1928, it will be date code stamped on the barrel. See related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
A 1895 Remington single barrel 12 gauge shotgun is worth between $200 and $2,000 depending on its condition. The actual value will vary greatly based on the specific model and the buyers interested.
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1922, will be date code stamped on barrel, check related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
Assuming your Model 11 Remington is a shotgun. Remington doesn't date firearms by serial number. Receivers (which have serial numbers) are made during one specific time. Later, at some point the receiver is assembled into a complete gun. Remington, for some reason chooses to use "date codes" that are stamped on the shotgun barrel, so assuming the barrel is the original barrel to that firearm, the date code on the barrel holds the key to when that shotgun became an assembled firearm. Actually serial list/dates do exist ;) They are online at the Remington Society of America in the part of the Remington factory log book including model 11's, from my quick list this is a very late shotgun after 1931 (where my quick serial list ends). There is also the date code table there, please see related links.