James purdey, cdl sf is correct it was the standard remington guns manufactured by scott stoppelman remington 51x series of time-proven performance and modern updates. If a specific Remington firearm has a serial number, Remington Customer Service is always the first source which should be checked for date of manufacture as they would be the definitive source. Does anyone know if that is correct? Wouldn't it depend on which way round you you fitted it? Having the last patent year as 1874, I would suspect the tang markings start off with E. Is this one of Remington custom shop rifels. Now you can do this automatically using Rem870. An issue that people need to be aware of, is that many Remington firearms such as the 870 series of shotguns can have their barrels easily changed or replaced.
Serial number block started at 6,900,000 1974-- Rear sight changed to an adjustable ramp configuration. The 7400 model was ultimately replaced by the Remington Model 750 in 2006 According to Remington, there were the following Variants: Model 7400 Carbine Manufactured from 1988 to 2004, the carbine version featured a shortened 22 in barrel. Also during part of 1999, all of 2000 and part of 2001, there was no date code stamped on Remingtons. There are some Remington Model 700s that can be purchased with a detachable box magazine, which allows you to fire more ammunition. They planned on using just the serial numbers to tell when the gun was manufactured.
And - in addition to the clamping ears on those bands which have them the general profile alone would prevent them from being installed upside-down as a previous poster suggested. You can find out the date your shotgun or rifle was made here: Please leave a comment and tell us if Remington 700 serial number lookup worked well and helped you find out the date when your Remington 700 rifle was manufactured. The 700 contains three different lengths for its action. Remington 870, 700, 1100 are very popular firearms and it is very easy to find them for sale in shops, on forums and online boards. I have no intention to sell it, but is it particularly valuable? Bob, do you have a link for that serial number place? Most likely you have a non matching rifle with a barrel or receiver cover that has been replaced.
I have no information as to when they changed however. You'll need to check the chart on Remington's website to match up the letter with the year, as the series does not always run alphabetically. Palumbo is designed to record millions of a remington 700. The large head was susceptible to breaking off so it was changed. You can for modern Remingtons go to their web site and they have a place where you inter the serial number and it will tell you what year your rifle was made. For that I think-you supremely. The most accurate is the date code letters.
I tried to zoom this one up, but it pixalled out. Remington's version of the 1911. A gun made of steel and wood can stand the test of time. So, if the barrel is not original to the specific firearm in question the date code may be meaningless. That creates all sorts of issues for collectors who like things orderly, and fitting the info we have for certain changes. When measuring barrel lengths, go from the gas port on the operating side of the receiver to the muzzle.
I just came across a Nylon 66 in the original box with the original brown sheath and cleaning rod. They can be decoded to find out when your shotgun or rifle was manufactured. Receiver marked with Shield and Eagle, flanked by scroll work and 1776 -- 1976 in. Please by no means have it re-barreled as far too many originals have already suffered this fate and like any other antique firearm, there are only so many left in existence. I recently will turn 40 and for a birthday present my dad surprised me with a nice rifle. Hello all -- I have a Rolling Block that my dad used to use as a wall-hangar ornament.
Stamped number--- 4 ---Returned as received Stamped number --- 5 ---Employee sale. Remington 870 Serial Number Check the serial numbers located on the left side of the barrel on your Remington shotgun. I have not done a chamber cast. For now I'm just happy I know more about it. What I'm trying to determine is if this is an antique pre-1898 or a modern rifle.
But you need to use two letter code which is located on barrel of your firearm. There are also symbols on the right side of the barrel. In any case, that is my take on your rifle and strongly feel it is one of the 4,000 that came out of Uruguay in the early 1960s when they like so many other governments were disposing of obsolete ordnance. Ultra high velocity 4,000 fps bullet. They are usually in plain view. You will automatically decode the barrel having. The photos below may help a bit.