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 Post subject: Remington model 9
PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 3:14 pm 
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I have a remington model 9 I believe was made between 1906-1907. Can anyone confirm this? The serial # on the trigger guard and receiver are 141427 or L4L427? The barrel has 150546 I believe though and measures 36" even overall. I know this barrel length wasn't offered for this gun but it looks as if it could be an original barrel for a remington the same model and it fits perfectly. Did they not include the chamber measurement for this gun? I'm just curious and don't know a whole lot about these older guns. Also does anybody know anything about a colt new service revolver with 7.5 in barrel chambered in .45?




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 Post subject: Re: Remington model 9
PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:04 pm 
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AFAIK, Remington never made any kind of firearm (handgun, rifle or shotgun) with the model No. 9.

The Colt New Service was made from 1898-1942, in a few different different .45 chamberings (.45ACP, .45LC, .450 Eley & .455 Eley), with 4-1/2", 5-1/2" & 7-1/2" barrels, with either a blued (95% of production) or nickel finish (5% of production).

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 Post subject: Re: Remington model 9
PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:23 pm 
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CriscoKid wrote:
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AFAIK, Remington never made any kind of firearm (handgun, rifle or shotgun) with the model No. 9.

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 Post subject: Re: Remington model 9
PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:55 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Remington model 9
PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:51 pm 
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The Standard Catalog of Firearms lists the Remington Model 1893 (No. 9) as a single barrel ejector "hammer gun" produced in 10, 12, 16, 20, 24 and 28 gauge with barrel lengths from 28" to 34". Researcher01 posted about the Model 1893 a few years ago. Values are listed as ranging from $100.- (poor), $250.-(fair) and $600.-(good). As always, check the online auctions for actual prices being PAID for the same make and model in like condition.

The photo in the Standard Catalog shows a left side view having a side mounted cocking lever in addition to the top lever. There is no visible hammer in the photo. The top lever is mounted high on the frame where one would expect to see a visible hammer on a single barrel hammer gun.

The Model 1893 (No.9) is an updated version of the model 1893 (No.3) which is a non-ejector gun. The No. 9 also has a removeable hinge pin. There is no mention of any variations made between #3 and #9.

FWIW, Gunparts Corp. lists some parts in stock for this model.

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 Post subject: Re: Remington model 9
PostPosted: Wed Apr 18, 2018 3:02 pm 
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The Remington Model 1893 Single Barrel Shot Gun also known as the No. 3 was originally introduced in 12-, 16- and 20-gauge. By the 1899 Remington Arms Co. catalogue 10-, 24- and 28-gauges were added to the offerings.

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In the second Remington Arms Co. catalogue for 1902, a new gun with an automatic ejector was introduced in 12- and 16-gauges called the Remington 1902 Model Single Barrel Shotgun, and it was also called the No. 9.

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In the same catalog the Model 1893, No. 3, was still offered in 10-, 20-, 24- and 28-gauges.

By the 1903-04 catalogue the No. 9 was being offered in 10-, 12-, 16-, and 20-gauges while they were still offering the No. 3 in 24- and 28-gauges.

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By the 1904-05 and 1905-6 catalogs the No. 9 was being offered in all six gauges and the No. 3 was no longer offered. By the 1906 catalogue the odd gauges had been dropped and the No. 9 was being offered in 12-, 16-, and 20-gauges. The No. 9 remained through the 1909 Remington Arms Co. catalogue. In February of 1910 the Remington Arms Co. sold their entire inventory of break action shotguns, singles and doubles, to Norvell-Shapleigh Hardware Co. of St Louis and bet their future on their John M. Browning designed Remington Autoloading Gun and their John D. Pedersen designed Remington Repeating Gun soon to become known as the Model 11 and the Model 10.

The No. 3 took down by means of a removable forearm with a "Purdey" style pushbotton on the tip. The No. 9 took down by means of a removable hinge pin.


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 Post subject: Re: Remington model 9
PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2018 11:37 am 
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FWIW, while the Remington No 3(1893) and No 9 are outwardly similar, they are built in a rather different way: The frame of the 1893 is built up from a number of component pieces whereas the frame of the No 9 carved from one solid piece(more or less). It's been mentioned that the No 9 is an ejector gun, it also has rebounding lock work.




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