The boys on FloridaShootersNetwork offer these useful links: http://securityarms.com/20010315/galleryfiles/1600/1630.htm http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0BQY/is_19_46/ai_65017379 Partial quote: "The shotgun barrel is 18" long and is supplied with three "Invector" style choke tubes -- F, M and IC or Skeet. The Crossfire choke tube wrench is rather interesting. It's a simple flat piece of black-oxidized metal with the relevant choke tube "notch" codes clearly engraved into it. What a great idea! The little wrench also carries a handy key-chain ring at one end. The rifle barrel is 16" long and is chambered to NATO 5.56mm standards, The twist is 1:9 and will stabilize the standard NATO SS109 bullet as well as some heavier hunting bullets. Both barrels are hammer forged by Saco." Enjoy!
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Compare to catalog pictures or other known examples.
can't be done without pictures/
Impossible to value with just the serial number and no details.
Impossible to do over the internet without pictures
Impossible to answer with only the serial number and no other details.
A combination of serial number, features
Impossible to answer on the internet without detailed pictures.
Not without knowing who made it, and even then the information might not be available.
Need more details.
Need model number and any other details to answer this question
Impossible to value with only a serial number and no other details.
well just go on google im sure there is a variety of them on search images
Complete description and pictures would help, otherwise, can't be done.
You must mean the Model 97. Model 94 is a rifle?
Made 1986. No way to know the model without a detailed description and pictures.
Great grandpa's Powell shotgun. dbl.barrel, side by side, exposed hammers, 12 ga. thinking it may be late 1800's. Have pictures. Not selling, just want to know all I can.
Look at the manufactured date link on the Remington Society of America for details.
Impossible to value with just the sn and no other details beside "shotgun".
Try the library and old gun catalogs.
Your best bet is to find a gunsmith and ask for help.
need any pictures or part list for all bottom metal including magazine. thanks