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Where do you get a barrel code list for Remington 510?

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2008-01-16 17:51:08
2008-01-16 17:51:08

You can find Remington Date of Manufacture codes at www.rimfirecentral.com in Remington Forum

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No but you can by the barrel code, check the Remington Society of America page: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes


They were made from 1939 until 1962. There is a 3 digit code on the left side of the barrel just in front of the receiver. The first two letters indicate the date of manufacture. You need to look at a barrel code list and match them up.


There is a 2 or 3 letter code on the left side of the barrel back by the receiver. Send me the letter code & I can tell you when it was made.


DY is a code for September 1930 or 1974, the 510 was only manufactured from 1939 to 1962 the #4 designates the barrel as a fire damaged or blown up non-returnable firearm. Check your markings.


On the barrel in front of receiver would tell you it was made in Oct 1941.


It's date stamped on the barrel. Check the Remington Society of America's manufactured date link for details.


There are no serial numbers on the model 510s. serial numbers weren't required until 1968 the model 510 was last produced in 1962. There is however a date code on the left side of the barrel just forward of the receiver.


Try checking with the list of suppliers on the Remington Society of America Service/Parts page here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/service


Would like to know the value of a Remington 510 SB. The gun is in 98% condition Thank you John


The Remington model 510 Target Master was made from 1939-1962.


They were made from 1939 until 1962. There is a 3 digit code on the left side of the barrel just in front of the receiver. The first two letters indicate the date of manufacture. Go to the Remington Society of America and click the Manufacture Dates for a table to look them up.


current value of a 1941 Remington 510 22cal rifle


Remington firearms are dated from a letter code stamped on the LEFT side of the barrel, just forward of the receiver. The code will consist of 2 or 3 letters. Find the letters, go to the Remington Collectors website, and you can determine the month and year that the barrel was made. Barrels are rarely changed on rifles, and that is likely to be the date your rifle was made. Yo lo siento, pero me habla Espanol muy malo, y despacio.


I don't believe the Remington 512, 511 or 510 have serial numbers


the remington model 510 is a 22 plinking rifle used by adults and youth alike. they were not known to have been used by the military, but it's possible.


Your Remington model 510 Target Master will bring between 195-250 dollars in the condition that you describe.


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According to all of the Remington date code decoders I have found, your rifle was manufactured in Feb 1946. See http://rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=9555 for reference to the chart. Hope this helps!


Find the serial number and google the Remington sight. They should have records of when the weapon was produced.


Hey, you can try pulling back on the trigger while removing the bolt to the rear. Do the same to reinstall the bolt back in the barrel assy. I have a 514 and that's how it is done. Hope this helps . . . John <john.gro@gmail.com>


A: That is not a standard value therefore there is no code for it. the closest value will be 510 ohms and the code will be 5 green brown1 and brown again for the multiple of 1 for a zero. 510


Hayward, California, is in area code 510.


The area code for Fremont California is 510.


Oakland, California, is in area code +1 510.


you can try look up here: http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm you should note that the Remington 500 series covered the 510, 511, 512, etc.........



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