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Hello, this is my first time on this fourm. I have an early remington model 11 serial number range is in 80,000. I believe it was made in 1910 because it says on the barrel "MANUFACTURED BY THE REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILLON N.Y. U.S.A. BROWNINGS PATENTS OCT 9.1900 DEC 15.01 SEPT 30.02 JUNE 16.03." I was wondering if I needed a type one, two, or three stock for the gun. Any help or other information would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Dean
 

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From Macon Gunstocks:

FOR 12 GAUGE REMINGTON MODEL 11:

SERIES 1 BUTT STOCK IS FOR SERIAL NUMBER BELOW 170,000
SERIES 2 BUTT STOCK IS FOR SERIAL NUMBER 170,000 - 380,000
SERIES 3 BUTT STOCK IS FOR SERIAL NUMBER ABOVE 380,000

Macon and Ahlman's both have Type 1 stocks for $90 plus shipping, good fortune!
 

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Hello, I ordered the type one stock and it did not fit, didthe earlier model 11s use a different stock?
 
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