Remington now imports the Baikal shotguns under their 'Spartan' brand. Barrels for the "Remington" Spartan SPR-453 are the same as your Baikal.
No, not yet
2001 - the first 2 digits are the year of manufacture.
See page 18 of the manual, available at the following link. http://www.eaacorp.com/Manuals/mp153.PDF
Yes, some of the remington tubes will but not all. I have a remington modified choke in my mp 153 right now.
On the Baikal/Remington SPR 310 O/U, you simply push the trigger forward to select the top barrel, leave it alone to have the bottom barrel fire first.
Cleaning instructions start on page 20 of the owners manual which is available at the following link. http://www.eaacorp.com/Manuals/mp153.PDF
Parts for these shotguns are hard to find. EAA Corp carries parts for Baikal shotguns. A good gunsmith might also be able to help make some parts.
Remington Arms bought out Baikal firearms. A new Baikal model MP153 12 gauge shotgun can be purchased for $489.99 at Southern Trading Company and Pawn located in Bainbridge, Georgia (Contact Edwin McCullers at 229-248-0024).
on a single shot barrel you must remove the barrel and look at the flat side underneath the chamber to see the choke stamping.
Excelent single barrel shotgun... inexpensive russian made!
498.00 US from the factory, then down in price as they change hands.
probably not, historicly shotguns are smoothbore if you shoot a slug, THAT would be rifled.
There are a lot of possibilities here. Does the other barrel fire if you set the trigger for the other barrel? If so, you may be holding the shotgun too loose, away from your shoulder, or have too much padding on. The Baikal in ejector mode has to, upon firing, trip the ejector sear. If you hold the firearm too loosely, the ejector sear will not trip and the next barrel will not fire.
im sure it can be done
baikal is pronounced = "by-kel"
Generally, no. While single shot rifles MAY have the rifle barrel replaced with a shotgun barrel, reverse is not true (usually) A rifle cartridge generates much higher pressures than a shotgun shell.
Baikal is the name of a lake in Russia.
Arrival and Departure of the Ice-Crushing Steamer 'Baikal' at Baikal Siberia - 1904 was released on: USA: 1904
Remington O/U rifle/shotgun combo. 22 mag on the top barel, .410 shotgun on the bottom barrel.
KBI is the importer. Is the Baikal an over&under or a side-by-side? Screw-in chokes or fixed? Extractors or ejectors? Chrome lined bores? Any engraving or inlaying?
The Baikal seal is the smallest species of earless seal endless to Lake Baikal in Siberia. The Baikal seal originally came to Lake Baikal hundreds of kilometers from any ocean.