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Remington 1100 Serial Number Location

Remington Serial/Barrel Number Lookup enables you to check when your Remington firearm was manufactured. Now you can do this automatically using Remington Serial/Barrel Number Lookup. Remington serial numbers located on receiver of your shotgun or rifle. But you need to use two letter code which is located on barrel of your firearm. These two letters can be decoded to find out the date your firearm was manufactured.

Remington 1100 Serial Number Location

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. But when buying used shotgun or rifle, it is better to check when it was manufactured, that is why Remington serial number check was developed.

Check the serial numbers located on the left side of the barrel on your Remington shotgun. They can be decoded to find out when your shotgun or rifle was manufactured. This serial number decoder will translate this information, determining the exact month and year that your specific firearms was created.

Remington 700, 870 or 1100 serial/barrel number lookup will work with Remington 700, 870 or any other Remington shotgun or rifle. It will show you date of manufacture of your firearm. It is very easy to use, it uses information from the Remington company.

hello,,the serial number doesn't help with remington shotguns to tell what guage it is what barrel it has if it has interchangable chokes or what year it was produced unless you have access to individual records from remington ,,remington uses a date code stamped usually on there barrels on the left side near the receiver but this code is only if good if the barrel has never been replaced ,,you can use this link under the remington section to determine the date produced [Broken link] ,,then if you give us the details like what guage and barrel specs and if any special edition we can give an accurate valuebigcurt

WHAT?? The letters in the serial numbers do in fact ID the gauge & aprox date..AND There are also markings on the barrel as previously stated,for ID purposes also.The Pre-fix letter showed up in the 70's and gives a general time span for the Barrel for more info)"L" is early to mid 70s. M islater 70s, maybe very early 80s and N early to mid 80s. R is currently being used.The suffix gives you the gauge and 2" or 3' FRAME/RECEIVER designations.The gun in question was made in he early to mid 80's.If you need an exact date you will have to use the barrel stampings to nail down the correct year..AKA 1100-serial-ID class 102.The V ID's this gun as >> 12ga. standard 2" frame/receiver.What It's worth is another storyIt's only worth worth somebody will give for it and there are web pages that have Book pricing on just about all guns.SUFFIX DESIGNATIONS FOR THE 1100


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