The Remington Model 11 was the first auto-loading shotgun made in the US. Savage Arms also licensed the design from Browning and produced it as their model 720 from 1930 to 1949, and their model 745 with an alloy receiver and two-shot magazine from 1941 to 1949.
The Remington Model 11 was one of the many shotguns utilized by American forces in World War 2. During the conflict, US warplanners procured all manner of weaponry and the United States was one of the few nations that went to war with the firepower of the combat shotgun.
The Remington 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun manufactured by Remington Arms as the first of the "New Generation" semi-autos produced after World War II. The Model 11-48 was released as the replacement for Remington's Model 11 .
Re: Remington Model 11 History Post by A5guy » Thu Feb 21, 2008 8:04 am Well, your M11 was in the second batch of serial numbers for military shotguns, 700,000 to 711,000.
The Model 11 was the first auto-loading shotgun made in the USA. Production in Belgium continued until the start of World War II, when Browning-marked examples were produced by Remington Arms in the United States.  Unlike the Remington Model 11, the Remington-produced Browning shotguns had magazine cutoffs.
The Remington model 11 shotgun was made from 1911-1948,there was a total production of 300,000 made in all model types during these years,Your Remington can be dated by the le … tter code which ...
Remington Model 11 The Remington Model 11 is an American-made version of the classic Browning Auto-5. Both of these guns typically age well because they were cut from big blocks of steel.
The Remington Model 11 semi-automatic was a recoil-operated shotgun designed by John Browning. It is based on Browning’s 1900 patent, which was sold to Fabrique Nationale. Ultimately Remington acquired the rights to produce the gun in the States.
Remington model 11 (not asking history or value) Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by NavyGuy, Oct 21, 2008. ... I have a 1937 Remington model 11 "The Sportsman". It is a 3 shot gun that is in awesome condition. ... it is easy to see how a Model 11, which was an expensive shotgun, would not have made it out of distribution and was bought up by ...
In 1937, Remington reduced the roll-stamping to one bird on each side of the receiver and also begin stamping “MODEL 11” on the bolts. This was also applicable to the Sportsman model. Also, in the same year (1937), Remington stopped the separate serial number sequence (The Sportsman, Model 11).