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
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. Remington 700 or 1100 serial numbers can be decoded the same way as ...
Look up a Remington serial number by using Remington Serial Number Lookup. This service uses the two-letter codes stamped on the barrel of Remington rifles and shotguns to determine the age of the firearm. You can also locate the serial number on the rifle's receiver and request an age approximation by emailing Remington support.
Thank you all in advance for reading and rsponding to yet another Model 1100 identification posting. I have read all the posts I could find here on the Society web site as well as the wonderful article on the history of the Model 1100 and the manufacture date information yet with all of that very helpful information I am still stumped by the Model 1100 that I have here.
Modern Remington barrels are stamped with a Date/Code, which denotes when it was made. Remington Year of Manufacture Codes maybe found on the barrel of your Remington shotgun, on the left side, just forward of the receiver. The first letter of the Code is the month of manufacture, followed by one or two letters which are the year of manufacture.
reciever ser. number on remington model 1100 Registered Users do not see the above ad. Hello, I am looking at a Remington model 1100 shotgun with a serial numbeon the reciever N291023V any information out there that anyone can give me on this information.
williamcprice wrote:I just recently purchased a Remington 1100 shotgun that has a serial number on the receiver that is "L79xxxxV". I'm trying to figure out when it was made and from what I read on a site it stated the first letter would be the month and then the first two numbers would be the year (so mine would be Feb 1979?!?).
I'm buying an 1100 on Tuesday, and I'm getting a decent deal on it, but I can't find any kind of identifying numbers or even serial numbers that would tell me how old it is. The only numbers on the entire gun was on the left hand side of the reciever, that said (I think) 5827V.
Call Remington and give them the serial number, they will tell you when it was born, however keep in mind they due make errors. Back up what they tell you with this information; DECODING REMINGTON SERIAL NUMBERS Model 870 LETTER PREFIX 1950 TO APPROX 1968: NO SERIAL NUMBER PREFIX 1968 TO PRESENT: LETTERS USED (IN SEQUENCE)
Serial Number is N65xxxxV. It's a 12ga, full fixed choke 2 3/4" and there is a code on the left side of the barrel by the receiver that is either "FB" or "EB" and then the number 89. Thanks for the help.