your Remington model 512 was made from 1940-1962,with a total production of 395,000 guns.
I think you mean a Sportmaster 512, Remington didn't make a Model 52. In MINT, like new condition around $300.-
Please tell me how to install the bolt in a Remington Model 512
I just bought a Remmington 512 Sportmaster in excellent condition from a local dealer for $150.00 they are going up in value due to being a good starter rifle for beginners at clubs. They are fool proof and getting harder to come by. Darn those Squirrel Hunters! If you buy one for less, its a good purchase. Many have been destroyed in gun buybacks as cities try to eliminate guns. I seen them cut up. Sad.
Well, it all depends on which rounds you want to feed into the tube magazine. The Model 512 will shoot .22 short, long and long rifle cartridges, so if you put a mixture of .22 caliber cartridges in the magazine tube, the number of cartridges it will hold will vary. You can add one more round if you include a cartridge in the chamber.
I don't believe the Remington 512, 511 or 510 have serial numbers
Average condition $75.00 Exelent $100.00 Remington 512 is a similar to the T-513 & T-514 with the same receiver and a non target stock and tapered barrel
remington model 512 value, as with all items, depends on condition. how good in the finish, wood, bore. Any rust/pitts. between $75 - $100 if good
Many shotguns & .22 caliber rifles manufactured before 1968 did not have serial numbers. This would include your Rem. 512
1940-1962 Will be date code stamped, see related links for details.
They were made between 1947 and 1965 or so, so the quality is wildky variable. I have been seeing them going for $ 50.00 to $ 165.00 in good condition. I just saw one being put up for bid online with a suggested starting price of $ 265.00, though I don't think they'll get it. Great shooting .22! Get one if you can. CPRWIZ
I do not know the answer, I can tell you that I goy mine for Christmas 1959.
If you mean a Remington 512 X Sportsmaster, no. It is for .22 Short, Long, Long rifle cartridges. The .22 magnum is longer, larger in diameter and more powerful.
It's date code stamped on the left side of the barrel in front of the receiver, check the Remington Society of America for location diagram and chart.
Well, it would help to know which gun your model 512 is, but for now I will assume it is a Remington SportsMaster 512. The bolt stop may be worn, broken or dirty. Take it to a gunsmith for examination and repair as needed. Parts wear out.
I would go to Numrich Gun Parts Corp.first in my search for parts.
They were made from 1940-1962, to figure out the month/year you need to look at the barrel code and look that up under the manufactured date on the Remington Society of America.
512+512 is 1024 is that your answer?
The Remington Society website http://www.remingtonsociety.com contains a page that contains a listing of the date codes and their corresponding months and years. W means the month of August, and TT is the year 1948.
It is: 512 because 1*512 = 512 and 16*32 = 512
x -512 = 0 Add 512 to both sides of the equation. x = 512
If the owner's manual doesn't tell you, you need to contact the maker.
55% of 512= 55% * 512= 0.55 * 512= 281.6
Lift the bolt, pull it back, and then depress the trigger (just don't make it too "sad" ! ) while pulling it out of the rifle.
The cube root of -512 is: -8