This article will not be a collectors directory, but geared more toward a gunsmith's perspective. Below, I will try to describe this as I see it as there seems to be little, if any in print covering this subject. At the inception, the Remington model semi-auto was named the Woodsmaster, and came with a 22" barrel with a detachable 4 shot box magazine, being introduced in , three years AFTER it's companion, the pump. Initially the buttstock wood was plain uncheckered walnut, with no grip cap and sported a cast aluminum buttplate.
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If a gun is returned to the factory as a fire damaged, or blown up firearm, the factory will stamp it as a prefix to their date code with a 4 on the barrel and return it un-repaired. Then if the gun is ever subsequently returned to a warranty center or the factory by ANYONE, they will refuse to work on it as an unsafe firearm. The factory says all barrels are date code stamped, well I have found some that are not, or if they are, are so erratic stamping that trying to decipher them is impossible. The photos below may help a bit. Both were taken off Remington s, with the one on the left, a that I bought new October 10,
A reader shares the story of his inherited rifle—complete with a stylish scope. By Phil Bourjaily November 02, Chambered in all the usual short and standard cartridges, plus. The was replaced by the , which lasted until The line is dead now—its niche having been filled by the AR-style R10, which makes up for in reliability what it gives away to the older semiautos in looks.