The best place is to go to the Remington Collector Site and Register and post on the forums someone there will be able to correctly identify and supply the proper information.
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You will have to call Browing with the sn to find out.
Numrich gun parts corp.may have a exploded view of this model on there web site.
The answer is yes. How do I know; I have a model 4 rolling block rifle. I am trying to find out the year of mfg. The serial# is 354682
Gun show or on line auction or old gun catalogs
Is it a Model 4 or a Model 6 or a rolling block? Try posting over at http://www.remingtonsociety.com/forums/
Single shot? Rolling block?
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Elaborate the term Block
Brown Sugar is by the rolling stone. You can find it on the CD Sticky Fingers.
Have you tried the Remington Arms web-site? From the information that I have the Number 4 rolling block rifle was made in the following variations: No. 4 Rolling Block Rifle, manufactured from 1890 to 1933 in .22 S-L-LR, .25 Stevens (barrel may be marked "25-10"), or .32 short or long rimfire calibers. Cadet Model (pre-dates the Boy Scout Model) only manufactured from 1911 to 1912..........very rare No. 4-S "Boy Scout Model" caliber .22 S-L-LR No. 4-S Rolling Block Rifle Military (commonly marked "MILITARY MODEL") or "AMERICAN BOY SCOUT" which is also very rare. These were thought to have been used by military academies for training cadets.
Can you find any additional markings on the gun? You may have a Stevens Model 44 Ideal Single Shot, but my references disagree on whether these had a rolling block or falling block action and none specifically say there were smoothbore versions. The Blue Book lists a value of $275 for this model in 60% condition and $500 in 95%. Since these were often a boy's first firearm, they were usually got rough use and little care, so a 60% gun is not easy to find.
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I have a nitro hunter rolling block .22 cal, that my grandfather gave to me, it still works, and i have a lot of fun with it, he said he got it in 1909, in Salem Indiana for 17.00 dollars i cant find any information on the gun, but i am still looking
Do you have a block heater on your vechule??? Check to see if you can find an electrical cord with a male plug on it follow the cord to the engine block and you will find the heater.
The probability is 3/6 or 1/2
The problem can be split into two parts, rolling a 12, or rolling a 4 or less. This can be further broken down to rolling a 2, rolling a 3, rolling a 4, or rolling a 12. P(rolling 4 or less, or 12) = P(rolling 4 or less) + P(rolling 12) = P(rolling a 2) + P(rolling a 3) + P(rolling a 4) + P(rolling a 12) = 1/36 + 2/36 + 3/36 + 1/36 = 7/36
You cannot get the TM block
you will have to find the serial # on the block and get it decoded.
From your friends tree if you find you find your friend on the tree you will see an option to block them.
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