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Posted: Sun Feb 09, 2014 12:26 am
Have looked around and finally taken the plunge to join have to say I am new to Remington Shotguns...Have a lot of Browning's but I just picked up my first Remington 1100 used and I need some help so I figure go to those who know.
As stated it is a 1100 20 Gauge serial number 149XX1X it has a non vent rib modified barrel, A release trigger, Wood is in good shape bluing is about 85% no pitting barrel is straight.
So I guess my first question would be what year was she made, Are parts ie: Barrels, Triggers etc. available for what ever model this is I have read that there is a 20 gauge LT & LW can't figure out what this one is.
The guy I bought her from shot trap with her and she wears a Pachmayer trap recoil pad. That is about all I can figure out. I paid $325.00 for her she shoots great but I would like to get a different barrel (Mirages sucked) and loose the release trigger (Just not my thing)
Thank You in advance for any information that you guys/gals could provide to this Remington Newbie.
Post subject: Re: chart? Serial numbers for a remington 1100. Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 2:42 am. Crown Grade: Joined: Tue Jul 06, 2010 12:16 am Posts: 3502. It also uses the same action as the Remington 1100 series shotguns design, with both having the parent gun the venerable 870 series. In 1981 the Model 742 was replaced by the. Remington 870, 700, 1100 Serial/Barrel Number Lookup Remington Serial/Barrel Number Lookup enables you to check when your Remington firearm was manufactured.
Description: First autoloading shotgun produced in the U.S.A.
To participate in this recall, visit the Remington Recall Center at xmprecall.remington.com. Or call Remington on its toll-free XMP-Recall Hotline at 1-800-243-9700 (Prompt #3 then Prompt #1) Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. You will be asked to provide your name, address, telephone number, and the serial number of your rifle. A serial number is printed on the receiver of each Remington rifle or shotgun, provided it's a newer model. Serial numbers were not a requirement until 1968, so older firearms may not have serial numbers. You can still use the two-letter code on the barrel of the rifle or shotgun to look up the firearm's age. Dec 11, 2011 Model 1100 serial numbers (on the receiver) started with the number 1001. All but the early guns also have a prefix letter. All Model 1100 Remington shotguns were serial numbered in blocks of numbers. Each serial number has a suffix and the following indicates the meaning: V = 12ga.
Introduction Year: 1905
Year Discontinued: 1947
Total Production: Approximately 850,000 (including 65,000 made for Browning during World War II)
Designer/Inventor: John F. Browning with subsequent improvements By C.C. Loomis and other Remington designers
Action Type: Recoil operated – Hammerless – Side ejection – Take Down
Remington No 4 Serial Numbers
Caliber/Gauge: 12, 16, 20 Gauges
Remington 1100 Serial Number Chart
Serial Number Blocks:
12 gauge – approximately 10,000 – 510,750
16 gauge – approximately 1,500,000 – 1,557,000
20 gauge – approximately 1,000,000 – 1,075,000
11 A – 'Standard' Grade
11 R – 'Riot' Special
11 P – 'Police' Special
11 B – 'Special' Grade
11 C – 'Trap' Grade
11 D – 'Tournament' Grade
11 E – 'Expert' Grade
11 F – 'Premier' Grade
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