The Remington 550 was made from 1940 to 1946, the 550-1 was made from 1946 to 1970, the 550 had 2 ejecting mechanisms, the 550-1 had 1 floating mechanism allowing it to shoot, shorts, longs, and long rifle shells.
Remington made one can the Remington 17 about 30 years ago.
Madison, North Carolina
Only Remington knows.
Mine was made by Remington.
Need a model, serial numbers are not unique accross rifles. RW is Remington Works
yes, during WWI, Remington made thousands of Moisin Nagant rifles for Marist Russia. Few were delivered before Russia collapsed in revolution.
I have seen these rifles advertised for around $200. They were only made for about 3 years back in the 1930s. Very nice little rifles. I shot one, and was amazed at how accurate it was given the rifles age and wear.
Winchester made some that did. Remington also, IIRC.
They never made anything called a Pioneer...
The last year of production for the Remington model nylon model 66 was 1990.These rifles were made from 1959-1990 with a total production of 1,050,336.
Remington made 646,000 US model of 1917 rifles for the goverment during world war I. Winchester and eddystone also produced rifles for the U S goverment during that time,with eddystone being the largest producer.
With the serial number that you have provided,your Remington model of 1917 wa made in December of 1918.Your rifle was made at the end of production of these rifles for World War I.The last Remington serial number was 646,000.
The Remington model 722 rifles were made from 1948-1962.To get the exact year of production,Remington used a barrel date letter code which can be found just ahead of the receiver on the barrel.This will be a 2,or 3 letter code.Then go to Remington,s web site and find the letter code system and date your rifle to the correct year.I have 2 Remington model 722 rifles,one in 300Savage caliber and the other in .244 Rem.caliber and would not sell either one.They are wonderful and accurate rifles. See related links for the information on the Remington Society of America.
With the serial number that you supplied,your Remington model 14 1/2 rifle was made in either 1914,or 1915.These rifles were made from 1914-1931 by Remington. Definitely 1914 smack dab in the middle of the range listed in Remington Records.
Between the years 1942-1945.
J C Higgins is a brand name for rifles made by various companies for Sears. Mossberg, Savage, Remington and Hi Standard made rifles for Western Auto and Sears using the Higgins name on the Sears rifles.
It would be better to ask Remington that question.
S&W did not make the rifles. Howa made them and S&W branded them.
These Remington model 1870 Rolling Block rifles were made for the Egyptian Goverment from 1870-1876.They were chambered for the 11.43x50R cartridge (43 Egyptian). There were 60,000 made and purchased during this time frame.
at least the past 200 years
With the serial number that you have supplied,your Smith-corona model 1903A3 was made in the year 1943.these rifles were only made in the years 1943-1944.If your rifle has a letter C prefix to the serial number,then this indicates that remington also made a model 1903A3 with the same serial number. These were the only 2 manufactures of the 1903A3 rifles.
Well I am not sure about all the models but my Remington Airmaster 77 says it was manufactured by Crosman. ( Crosman is in New York) It doesn't say anything about China anywhere on the box or the rifle. Crosman owns Benjamin, Sheridan and is licensed to manufacture Remington air rifles.
should be 30-06 Springfield. not sure the year made. there were many of these rifles made.
Ithaca began manufacturing shotguns and rifles in 1880, often using expired Remington patents.