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Where can info be found on a gun that looks like a Remington Model 11 but only has the word Ranger with a SN-25239?

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2011-09-14 11:03:28
2011-09-14 11:03:28

Well, the Remington 11 is a clone of the Browning A5 autoloading shotgun according to the Blue Book. Ranger was a tradename sold by Sears Roebuck. I can't see any entries in the store brand cross-over list that shows either of these being marketed with a Sears name. Is there a Sears model number on the receiver or barrel?

AnswerIt doesn't have any other markings, I just disasembled it and every single part is identicle to my 1967 a-5 except that the a-5 has a 2 peice carrier and a clip lock, whereas the "Ranger" has a one peice carrier and no clip lock. I do not have the original barrel. AnswerIf it was made by Remington, there should at least be a 1- or 2-letter date code on the left side. IF it is a Browning AND serialized with other A-5's the date of production is 1926 for a 12 gauge or 1928 for a 16.

One more thought. Lots of Sears guns were made by Savage. Can you locate a Savage clone of the A5?

Answerthere is a savage clone, it's a save 720 but I can't find any info on it nor can I find a crossrefence to ranger for the 720. Answerdid you find your answer on the ranger i also own one and it is hard to find any imfomation mine is in very good shape and has a four digit serial number
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