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Thread: What year was my Remington 1100 made?

  1. #1
    Boolit Master
    Join Date
    Aug 2005

    What year was my Remington 1100 made?

    Is there an easy way to tell the year of manufacturer on these guns? Or at least get close? The surreal number starts with L2395
    Anything that produces some sort of an explosion, can't be all bad.


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    Boolit Master

    Join Date
    Jul 2005
    Upstate NY
    As I understand it, you can't date a modern Remington by serial number. If the barrel is original to the gun, however, there is a letter code stamped near the breech end (I think on the left side) that tells you what year the barrel was made. It's usually a single letter, but could be a double.

    Weird, I know.

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    Curmudgeon in Training

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    Take a look here and here.

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    With regards to gun control in this country, everyone should be asking themselves one question:
    What is it that this government feels they need to do, but can't do, unless the citizens of this nation are first disarmed?
    (I seriously doubt you can come up with any plausible answers that you will like...)


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    Boolit Master
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    Aug 2005
    I looked at that chart but I don't know if my gun was made before or after 1972 so I can't really make heads or tails of it. The number on my gun is 60 th so I guess I will keep on wondering. Thanks for the chart though.
    Anything that produces some sort of an explosion, can't be all bad.


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