The Remington Model 572 Fieldmaster slide action .22 caliber rifle was made from 1955 until 1988. The receiver on your rifle was made in 1980 but may not have been assembled into a rifle until 1981 or 82.
My Remington 572 fieldmaster has stamped wjw on left side what year is it.
When was the serial? They all have serials. They were made from 1936-54 and have date code stamps on the barrel which can be looked up on the manufacture date link on the Remington Society of America.
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.
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...
Here's a place where you can get the answer to your question.
Have one that was made in 1943
$100 - $200 depending on condition. Or less for rough.
Model 24's were made from 1922-1935. According to Remington's website, the serial number range of Model 24's is 00001 to 130425.
Yes.The Remington model 11 auto loader shotgun which could be had in either 12 gauge or 16 gauge was made under a patent agreement with John Browning.These shotguns were made from 1911-1948.
Your Remington 1903-A3 was made by Remington in 1942.
This is probably a Remington model 11. It was made on Brownings patent for the auto 5. try a google search using IMAGES, and type in Remington model 11. auto5man
No. Remington shotguns are made in the USA.
Made from 1932-1936. Value can reach $400 in excellent condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Targetmaster is the Model 510, it may have 1922 patent dates on it but it was made from 1939-1962 and they made over a 1/2 million of them in five variations.
Baikal isn't made buy Remington; it just has the name stamped on the side. It is made by baikal of russia
Model 1917? Are you reading a patent date or something? But for any model made after 1920 the month and year can be determined by the barrel code, all the details can be found on the Remington Society of America here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes
The Remington was first made im 1946
According to Remington's website, that model was made 1928-1933.
If that is a US Patent, you can look it up on Google, and tell when the patent was issued, but it cannot date the gun- other than we know it would have been made AFTER the patent was issued.
Never made a model 1909, that's a patent date on at least a model 12 pump, but value is greatly dependent (on model) and condition, condition, and condition.
All Remington model 870 shotguns were made in the Unites states.The Remington plant was located in Ilion,New York.
Your Remington model 1903 was made in the year 1941,with the serial number that you have provided.
Originally patent leather was made from top grade real leather, highly polished with different types of oil and lacquers. Modern day patent leather is often coated with or made from plastic.
No way to tell. You can look up that patent, and it will tell you what year that patent was granted- but there is no way of telling when it was made, other than AFTER that patent was granted.