You can contact Remington directly to see if they have any parts supply left for the model 1148,or you can attend gunshows,look on the internet,pawn shops,etc.
I have just seen this set on gunbroker.com
Blue Book of Gun Values
To find 70 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.7. In this instance 0.7 x 1148 = 803.6. Therefore, 70 percent of 1148 is equal to 803.6.
good quistion when ya find out let me know also
Try ebay. Runs about $10 with $3 shipping.
ebay, gunbroker, Brownells, Midwest gun works - all on line
Are you sure it's an auto and not a pump action, it sounds like the predecessor to the Remington Model 10.
No such model is listed in the Blue Book or Standard Catalog.
SORRY, you will never find any because there are none available !
send the serial number and a description of the weapon to customer service at Remington and they will send back the guns history
It it's a Remington made after 1921 it's date code stamped on the barrel otherwise need serial. See related links for information of date codes on the Remington Society of America.
Remington has never made a firearm with the model designation of 812
The 12 gauge double barrel Remington is S-Mart's top of the line. You'll find it in the sporting goods department. They're made in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and retail for about $109.95 - Walnut stock, cobalt blue steel, and a hair trigger. Shop smart - Shop S-mart. Nehehehe...
You can find Remington Date of Manufacture codes at www.rimfirecentral.com in Remington Forum
Made from 1956-63. Unless you find one on the web, your best bet is to go to Remington.com and request a manual.
It's a solid $850 shotgun, I don't think you can find one for less.
Should be a single-shot made by Savage/Stevens. We have new reproduction stocks. www.countrygunsmith.net
Gun shop, gun shows, want ads, Shotgun News
There is no 22 gauge firearm manufactured by anyone. If it is a 10, 12, 16 20, 24, 28 or 410 gauge it is a shot gun. If it is a 22 calibre rifle, it should be marked on the top or side of the barrel, forward of the receiver.
You will have to contact Remington to find out.
I can find no reference to a Model 1194 Remington.
where can i find a Forend, Butt stock and plate and trigger guard for a NO. 60 Empire Hammerless 12 gauge. " Cresent "?
Contact Remington or try e-gunparts.com