Remington 1100 Serial Number Location



I just located another 12ga Remington 1100 with L prefix then 00 and then 4 low digits for the serial number. Remington also told me today that mine did not exist in their records either. The only 2 things I find different or kinda out of the ordinary run of the mill 1100 is it has the full choke vent ribbed 28 inch barrel instead of usual 30. 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. Caliber/Gauge: 12, 16, 20 Gauges. Serial Number Blocks: 12 gauge – approximately 10,000 – 510,750 16 gauge – approximately 1,500,000 – 1,557,000.

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Posted: Sun Feb 09, 2014 12:26 am
Hello All
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.



ASSEMBLY CODES BY YEARS

1952 YY1953 ZZ1954 A1955 B1956 C1957 D1958 E1959 F1960 G1961 H1962 J1963 K
1964 L1965 M1966 N1967 P1968 R1969 S1970 T1971 U1972 W1973 X1974 Y1975 Z
1976 I1977 O1978 Q1979 V1980 A1981 B1982 C1983 D1984 E1985 F1986 G1987 H
1988 I1989 J1990 K1991 L1992 M1993 N1994 01995 P1996 Q1997 R1998 S1999 T

Occasionally the characters are weak or unevenly applied. A hand stamp is used and can be difficult to read. There are also symbols on the right side of the barrel. The R.E.P. proof mark is usually surrounded by an oval. The magnaflux stamp is most often a symbol inside of a triangle and usually appears to the left of the proof mark, but also may appear to the right or below it. The gallery stamp is to the right of these and may be either one or two symbols or letters. The gallery stamp(s) signify function and accuracy testing. When measuring barrel lengths, go from the gas port on the operating side of the receiver to the muzzle.

REMINGTON MODELS 760, 7600, SIX CHAMBERINGS BY YEAR OF MANUFACTURE
.222
REM
.244
REM
6MM
REM
.270
WIN
.300
SAV
.30-06
SPRG
.35
WHELEN
R
R
R
R
1954
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
RC
R
R
R
R
RC
RC
1962
RC
RC
1963
RC
RC
1964
R
RC
RC
R
R
RC
1966
R
RC
RC
R
R
RC
1968
R
RC
1969
R
RC
1970
R
RC
1971
R
RC
1972
R
RC
1973
R
RC
1974
R
RC
1975
R
RC
1976
R
RC
1977
R
RC
1978
R
RC
1979
R
RC
RC*
R
R
RC
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
1987
R
RC
R
R
RC
1989
R
R
R
R
R
RC
1991
R
R
R
R
R
RC
1993
R
R
R
R
R
RC
1995
R
R
R
R
R
RC

Remington 1100 Serial Number Location Lookup

1100

Grice Wholesale in Clearfield Pennsylvania specializes in special order 7600's and has had the following models manufactured:
1990 -------500 -----7600's in 7mm-08.
1991-------1000-----7600's in 7mm-08 175th Anniversary models.
1991/93----1200---- 7600's in 25-06 REM.
1991/93 ---1200 ----7600's in 257 Roberts.
1992--------500 ---- 7600's in 270 Winchester.
1992 -------1000-----7600's in 7mm-08.
1992--------500------7600's in 30-06.
1994/95-----75 ------7600's in 243 Winchester --Black Laminated Stock's.
1994/95----700 ------7600's in 270 Winchester--Black Laminated Stocks.
1994/95----700 --- --7600's in 30-06--Black Laminated Stocks.
1998 -------250 -----7600's in 6MM Rem.-- Satin Walnut Stock -- Enhanced Receiver.
1998--------250------7600's in 25-06 -----Satin Walnut stocks -- Enhanced Receivers.
1998------- 250 -----7600's in 260 REM.-----Satin Walnut Stock -- Enhanced Receiver.
1998--------250------7600's in 7mm-08 ------ Satin Walnut Stock -- Enhanced Receiver.
2000--------250------7600's in 243 Winchester --- Brown Laminated Stocks.
2000--------250------7600's in 270 Winchester --- Brown Laminated Stocks.
2000--------250------7600's in 30-06 ------ Brown Laminated Stocks.
2000--------250------7600's in 7mm-08 --- Brown Laminated Stocks.
2001--------300 -----7600's in 35 REM ---- Synthetic Stocks.
2001--------200------7600's in 35 REM Carbines -- Synthetic Stocks .
2003--------300------7600's in 7mm-08 --- Black and Gray Laminated Stocks.
2003--------300------7600's in 270 Winchester -- Black and Gray Laminated Stocks.
2003--------300------7600's in 30-06 -- Black and Gray Laminated Stocks.
2003--------300------7600's in 25-06 -- Black and Gray Laminated Stocks.
2003--------300------7600's in 35 Whelen -- Walnut Stocks.
2003--------300------7600's in 35 Rem Carbine --Walnut Stocks.
2004 -------250-------7600's in 35 Whelen --Walnut Stocks.

*Limited Run Carbine.
'R' Indicates Rifle Production.
'C' Indicates Carbine Production
* There were 4610 760's manufacture in 1966 for the 150 Th Anniversary
* There were 3800 760's manufactured in 1976 for the BI- CENTENNIAL

* From 1952 to 1980 a total of 28 years 1,034,462 760's produced in all calibers
* From 1960 to 1980 there were --42236-- 760's Carbines Manufactured in all calibers
There were a total of 47881 Model 74's manfactured in 30-06 and 1574 280 Remingtons that were made for the European market .
There were 20175 Model 76's manfactured in 30-06 .

Month Of Manufactured Information -- Pick the code that applies to your gun
January --B__ February-----L__ March ---A __April--C__May--K__ June--P__July--O__August--W__September--D
October--E__November --R __ December-- X

1952 --Model 760 A Grade( Tootsie Roll ) Introduced : No Stock Checkering , Corn Cob Lines on Forend , Dovetailed Rear Sight , Aluminum Butt plate , First Serial number was 1001, Replaced Model 141
1954 --Introduction of ADL Grade with Cut Checkering on Stock and Forearm( Five Diamond ).Grip Cap and Sling Swivels Standard . Same Calibers
1960--Carbine With 18 1/2 inch barrel introduced, Rear Sight Attached with screws
1964--New ADL GRADE with impressed checkering on stock and forearm. Replaces previous grades. All have Dupont RK-W ( GLOSS EPOXY ) wood finish and grip cap
1966--Introduction of BDL GRADE with impressed basket weave checkering on stock and forearm with a stepped receiver. Addition of Left hand model ( Buttstock and Safety )in BDL grade .270 - .308 - .30-06 Calibers. 150Th Anniversary Model in 30-06 only.
1968-- ADL model restyled with skip line pressed checkering and white line spacers used on a Black plastic butt plate, Black forearm tip and Black grip cap. After serial number 540773 on 11-26-68 a new serial number block started and shared with Semi-Automatic
model 742. Serial number block started at 6,900,000
1974-- Rear sight changed to an adjustable ramp configuration .ADL Grade checkering design at wrist area modified slightly
1976--Limited production BI-CENTENNIAL Model introduced. Receiver marked with Shield and Eagle, flanked by scroll work and 1776 -- 1976 in .30-06 caliber only.
1978--New series of serial numbers started on 1-3-78 for 760's starting at B 7,400,000. New serial number range for 742's starting at B 6,000,000
1981--Model 760 ADL and BDL designations replaced with 7600 with straight comb stock and impressed checkering . Bolts were changed from 14 small locking lugs to 4 larger locking lugs. All Carbines were discontinued. Introduced Model SIX with cut checkering on a Monte Carlo style stock and cartridge head medallion on the bottom of the receiver designating caliber of rifle. All warehouse Stocks of 760's were exhausted by April of 1981
1985-- Sportsman model 76 in 30-06 introduced with plain hardwood stock . Model SIX in .308 caliber discontinued.
1986--Model Six in .6MM caliber discontinued. Limited run of 3000 7600 Carbines
1987--Model 7600 Carbine with 18 1/2 inch barrel introduced in 30-06 only .

Remington 1100 Serial Number Location

1988-- Model 7600 becomes the second factory Rifle chambered for .35 Whelen caliber. Model SIX and Model 76 discontinued . Last year wood received RK-W gloss finish and White line spacers.
1989 --Stock and forearm restyled with Satin finish and all white line spacers were discontinued .
1991 -- Stock and forearm restyled with cut checkering pattern and Monte Carlo Style Stock.Gloss finish offered on .30-06 and .270 only
Additional stamps may be found on 760's as follows :
Stamped number --- 2 ---Part order replaced barrel.
Stamped number--- 3 ---Service section repair.
Stamped number--- 4 ---Returned as received
Stamped number --- 5 ---Employee sale .

We recommend the following book on this subject
Remington Autoloading & Pump Action Rifles by Eugene Myszkowski .

Source--H&H Shooters Supply -Middletown -Pa

This information is dedicated to the memory of :
Paul H. Horetsky, Jr
.

September 26, 1942 --- May 7, 2006

H & H Shooters Supply.

Remington Model 1100 Serial Number Location

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