Remington Model 11 Serial Number Date Chart

Posted By admin On 13/08/21

Model 1100 History. The evolution of this shotgun started with the design of the Remington model 11-48, then the Model 58s and the 878s. 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.410 gauge Remington 1100 in 1969. The code letters were reused and may indicate one or more possible dates. This means that in some cases, you will have to decide which date is correct based on other details. In some cases, only partial date codes were marked. Remington discontinued stamping barrels with a date code on 8/9/99, the date code was added again on 10/1/01. Remington does not use Serial Number manufacture dates. Instead, they have date codes stamped in front of the receiver on the barrel. Here's a chart that I cobbled together from information out on the internet that explains how to read the numbers (large images): Based off this information, my first Remington Model 591 was manufactured June - 1971.

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REMINGTON DATES OF MANUFACTURE For Remington guns made 1921-1972 only. We have no data for Remingtons made at other times. A two or three letter code on the left side of the barrel identifies the month and year of manufacture. Remington Model 11 Serial Number Date Chart - everinstant The Remington Model 10 A was manufactured between 1908 and 1929, with a total production of about 275,600 units. The guns had a simple serial code system, which started with 001 and went to 275,600. The serial number on all guns made was preceded by the letter U.

The Remington Model 11-48 was offered in the following Grades:

Model 11-48A – Standard Grade
Model 11-48R – Riot Grade
Model 11-48B – Special Grade
Model 11-48D – Tournament Grade
Model 11-48F – Premier Grade
Model 11-48 RSS – Rifled Slug Special

Sportsman '48 Variation
The Sportsman '48 is a variation was designed solely to comply with various US hunting laws. It came with a crimped magazine tube that only allowed it to be loaded with 2 rounds at a time. One additional cartridge could be placed in the chamber bringing its total capacity to three shells. The Remington Model 11-48 came in 12, 16, and 20 gauge variations.

Remington Model 11-48 Serial Number Lookup:


Remington Firearms manufactured after 1921 have a code located on the left side of the barrel near the frame that identifies
the year and month of manufacture.

B - JanL - FebA - MarC - AprK - MayP - Jun
O - JulW - AugD - SepE - OctR - NovX - Dec

Serial Numbers by date (factory record book)

UU - 1949

WW - 1950

XX - 1951

YY - 1952

ZZ - 1953

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A - 1954

B - 1955

C - 1956

D - 1957

E - 1958

F - 1959

G - 1960

H - 1961

J - 1962

K - 1963

L - 1964

M - 1965
N - 1966

P - 1967

R - 1968

S - 1969

Remington Model 11-48 Serial Numbers

Remington Model 11 Production Dates

12 ga. – Approximately 5,000,000 – 5,172,000*
16 ga. – Approximately 5,500,000 – 5,571,000
20 ga. – Approximately 5,800,000 – 5,848,000
28 ga. – Approximately 4,009,000 – 4,027,000
.410 – Approximately 4,100,000 – 4,125,000
*Some 12 ga. Models have serial numbers from approximately 20,000 – 213,000

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Remington 1100 Facts:

Designed by:

Wayne Leek and Robert Kelly

Manufactured by:

Remington Arms
Produced:1963–Present
4,000,000 + produced

Remington 1100 Prices: Varies widely
Remington 1100 Specifications:
Weight:
8 pounds but varies

The model 1100 holds the record for the most shells fired out of an semi auto shotgun without malfunction or cleaning, set in 1978 with a record of over 24,000 rounds fired.

With a title like that, what is not to love about Remington's 1100? This may explain why it has remained popular among bird hunters, Skeet shooters, and Trap Shooters since its introduction in 1963 through today.

Barrel length:
18 to 30 inches
Cartridge:
12 gauge, 16 gauge, 20 gauge, 28 gauge, .410 bore
Action:
Semi-automatic gas operated
Capacity:

4+1 but LE models can have up to 10+1

(From Remington)

Model 1100 History

The evolution of this shotgun started with the design of the Remington model 11-48, then the Model 58s and the 878s.

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 .410 gauge Remington 1100 in 1969. In 1970 a matched set came out in .410 gauge and 28 gauge.

Remington Model 1100 Serial Number Lookup:

Please know that after 1921, Remington shotguns have a code located on the left side of the barrel near the frame that identifies the year and month of manufacture

B - JanL - FebA - MarC - AprK - MayP - Jun
O - JulW - AugD - SepE - OctR - NovX - Dec

M - 1921N - 1922P - 1923R - 1924S - 1925
T - 1926U - 1927W - 1928X - 1929Y - 1930
Z - 1931A - 1932B - 1933C - 1934D - 1935
E - 1936F - 1937G - 1938H - 1939J - 1940
K - 1941L - 1942MM - 1943NN - 1944PP - 1945
RR - 1946SS - 1947TT - 1948UU - 1949WW - 1950
XX - 1951YY - 1952ZZ - 1953A - 1954B - 1955
C - 1956D - 1957E - 1958F - 1959G - 1960
H - 1961J - 1962K - 1963L - 1964M - 1965
N - 1966P - 1967R - 1968S - 1969T - 1970
U - 1971W - 1972X - 1973Y - 1974Z - 1975
I - 1976O - 1977Q - 1978V - 1979A - 1980
B - 1981C - 1982D - 1983E - 1984F - 1985
G - 1986H - 1987I - 1988J - 1989K - 1990
L - 1991M - 1992N - 1993O - 1994P - 1995
Q - 1996R - 1997S - 1998T - 1999 (no barrel stamp)U - 2000 (no barrel stamp)
V - 2001 (no barrel stamp)W - 2002X - 2003Y - 2004Z - 2005
A - 2006B - 2007C - 2008D - 2009E - 2010
F - 2011G - 2012

Remington Model 11 Year Made

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