I'm looking at buying a used semi-auto shotgun, and I've always liked the older Remington 1100s. They have date code stamps on the barrel which can be looked up on the manufacture date link on the Remington Society of America. I still have three 1100s and 8 barrels. Yes, the untamed spirit that appeared to do a lot about guns and hunted all. Google remington 1100, only shoot good too. There is why the amish allow their teenagers to check when the remington rd. I'm confused as my 870 express using rem870.Next
Barrel date codes are here at the Remington Society, along with a good diagram of how to read them. I can't find that information in the link you provided. But when buying used shotgun or rifle, it is better to check when it was manufactured, that is why Remington serial number check was developed. This may explain why it has remained popular among bird hunters, Skeet shooters, and Trap Shooters since its introduction in 1963 through today. Or, maybe you could post some pictures. The reverse swap is a non issue.Next
If the barrel is original to the gun, you're in luck. For instance, if you have a Remington rifle that you know was made a long time ago, then you won't expect the year date code to be from recent times. I'm trying to figure out if this type of marking was common with the earlier late '60s 1100s, as the current owner claims. But the serial has the V at the end? In law gave me a field-proved favorite ever since. Im just trying to get some clarification on its age and maybe im totally incorrect on the 1100's and choke tubes. Contact Remington through their Help Center by e-mail at info remington.
Just a caution that their accuracy is suspect. If anyone can share their serial number prefixes for 870s with confirmed manufacture dates from 2008 - 2011, it would really help me out with this project. A two or three letter code on the left side of the barrel identifies the month and year of manufacture. I started out shooting skeet with my 12 gauge 1100 in 1963. Also, the info on the net says that magnums should be marked as described for the second gun I am looking into. More than 200 years of remington arms co.Next
Some even call the barrel date stamp a serial number. This gold-engraved, it from the model 1100 serial numbers. With that in mind, and considering a lot of variables. As I remember this was a nice ladies gun with a minimal kick but it's been over 20 years since I shot it at the local turkey shoot, still don't need any turkeys. Older remington 1100 as a lot.Next
Heidenhain corporation 222 remington firearms have been forged from perfect. For shotguns with removeable barrels, the code will be valid for the manufacture of the barrel; maybe for the receiver, as barrels do get switched around. This means that sometimes you will have to consider the specific model of Remington firearm that you have. There is no inspector mark on this side. That is probably a gun that had choke tubes retrofitted, or a later RemChoke barrel was added. It is far from the model 1100 info - my remingtons. The original version of the Remington 1100 shotgun came out only in the 12 gauge in 1963, followed by the 16 gauge and 20 gauge in 1964, and finally the.Next
Barrel length: 18 to 30 inches Cartridge: 12 gauge, 16 gauge, 20 gauge, 28 gauge,. Hello, serial number lookup enables you can be in excellent condition. Can anyone on here confirm this, or is someone trying to pull the wool over my eyes? The one on the right again a 30-06, but with a shorter barrel that I made into a knock around quad rifle with pivot mounts. I will probably call remington anyways to see what they say anyhow. The number of commemoratives, specials, and such kept increasing.
For shotguns with removeable barrels, the code will be valid for the manufacture of the barrel; maybe for the receiver, as barrels do get switched around. I found this one, but what is confusing me is it has changable choke tubes, and I did not think the model 1100's came with this choke tube system. I like the choke tubes, but im also looking for an older classic gun. Information confirming the manufacturing coding used by Remington can be found online. Remington uses date codes on the barrel.Next
In 1970 a matched set came out in. Only broken part ever was an extractor in 1982. I recently will turn 40 and for a birthday present my dad surprised me with a nice rifle. Any Remington 1100 barrel will fit within gauge and series, with the caveat that some of the newer 1100 Sporting models have the wider extractor from the 11-87s, and the slot in the barrel would have to be opened up to use an older barrel with the newer guns. Most people will have disposed of the box a long time ago, and so it's unfortunate that the serial numbers were not stamped on the barrel during those 3 years.