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Q We have a Remington Arms Co. 12 gauge pump shotgun. Patents feby-3-1903-may16-1905 The only other #'s on the outside of gun is U 70601. The gun was found in New Mexico in a field several years ago.
A From the Blue Book of Firearms:
- 12 ga., hammerless, bottom ejection, takedown, plain barrel only, blue finish, sight notch on receiver top, marked "REMINGTON ARMS CO." with February 3rd, 1903 and May 18th, 1905 patent dates, walnut pistol grip stock and short forearm, hard rubber buttplate, 7½ lbs., approx. 10,000 mfg. 1908-10.
100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$295 $225 $200 $175 $150 $125 $110
Add 10% for 32 in. barrel.
There were 7 grades of this model (Numbers 0-6) that were originally priced from $27 to approx. $140. This model was renamed the Model 10 in 1911. "

model 10

Q Want to know what remington model 10 is worth

- 12 ga., 26-32 in. barrels, various chokes, takedown, plain pistol grip stock. Mfg. 1907-1929. Add 10% for 32 in. full choke barrel.
100% 98% 95% 90% 80%
$300 $275 $200 $175 $150
Add 10% for 32 in. barrel.
Add 35% for guns marked "Long Range" - beware of fakes.

Autoloading Shotgun
Q I have contacted Remington and got the Model and age of this shotgun, but I am curious about the approximate value.
I have a Remington Autoloading Shotgun ( that's the Model, predecessor to the Model 11) in 12 ga., 1909 date of manufacture. No blueing left, one chip out of the butt stock, about 3/8" by 1" long. Gun seems tight and useable
- 12 ga. only, original Remington mfg. of the Browning A-5, 5 shot, various grades, 20 (riot), 26, or 28 in. plain or matted rib barrel. Mfg. 1905-10.
100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$350 $275 $225 $175 $160 $135 $110
Add 20% for matted rib

model 11

Q I do not know much about it. here is the info off the barrel;
Shotgun - single barrell;
Remington, Model II
Oct., 9, 1900 - Dec. 17, 1901
Sept. 30, 1902 and June 16, 1903
A i'm seeing anything from $225-350 depending on wear and tear and overall condition, are there any cracks, rust, pitting, worn areas where the bluing is gone etc. ? more info can help nail down a good sale price for you The dates my book shows for the 11-A are 1905 - 1949

comes in 3, 4 and 5 shot varities all with same general value AKA sportsman

Q Remmington Model 1148 Automatic 28 Ga Shotgun , Mfg. in 1949
It is in excellent condition except for a couple dings in the wood.
My Dad had told me there were less than 5000 of these guns mfg-ed.

A Remington Model 11-48
12, 16, 20, 28 (introduced 1952) ga., or .410 (introduced 1954) bore, recoil operated action, walnut stock. Approx. 429,000 mfg., 1949-1968.
According to the "Blue Book of Gun Values" the 11-48 is valued at:
100%- $381
95%- $254
90%- $234

Model 1100
barrel interchangability
i have an older 1100 ser#xxxxx, my question is are all 1100 barrels interchangeable. or do the older ones take an older barrel. i want to buy a 2 3/4 inc barrel to use for 2 3/4 inch shells?

From what I've been able to find, the barrels are interchangeable to a point.. this page might help

model 29

Q can anyone give me any info on the old Remington model 29 pump shotgun(1930-33)? Value? Here is what mine is like, the metal is a little brown some rust here and there..but in good working condition. The barrel is the 32 inch trap version. I was thinking about re blueing it and bringing the barrel down to 26" and doing a new stock. But since there were only like 30 thousand made.
A here's your info on it: <>

model 31 (TC)

Q The first is a .20 gauge Remington shotgun, single barrel, pump action, two shot choke, and the model of, "Remington 31" serial#510334???? Any leads?
Also I have a Remington 31-TC .12 gauge, single barrel, pump action, two shot choke. The serial# 29603.
A I am guessing at the years, but I would say mid-thirties on manufacture.
Value on the .20, around $500
The .12 would be around $800 with the orginal barrel.

model 32

Q have a shotugn, I dont know what year it is but it is a Remington Over-under, Model number 32, 12 *****, with a 2 trigger system. I want to know how much this gun is worth

A The standard Model 32 has the following approximate value...
100% 98% 95% 90%
$1950 $1,675 $1,425 $1,275
Make sure it's the standard model as the 'Tournament', 'Expert' and 'Premier' are worth a couple thousand more

sportsman 58

Q does anyone know the value of this shotgun in a 16 gauge with a 26 inch imp. plain barrel

A the value is :
Standard Configuration
100% 98% 95%
$360 $305 $275
"12, 16, or 20 ga., 26, 28, or 30 in. barrel, gas operation, various chokes, 3 shot, checkered pistol grip stock, scroll game scene engraved. Approx. 271,000 mfg., 1956-1963


{b] Q [/b] Several years ago I traded for a remington 870 magum. It has a 30" barrel 2 3/4 - 3 inch chambered Full choke. the s.n. is s704282m. I was just wondering the production of this gun and age.
A The only 3" 870 Magnum 12ga. I'm aware of was the "Magnum Duck Gun". Starting about 1985 all of the 870's had 3" Receivers. You can tell by the 'm' at the end of the serial number.


Q I have a Remington Model 878 - 12 gauge shot gun, modified choke, automatic #42316L
I was wondering if you can tell me how much it may be worth?

A According to the Bluebook of Gun Values....
100% $235
98% $200
95% $185

Q wanted to see if I could get some information. I have a Remington 11-87 Premier, 28" blue barrel, 3" chamber, satin wood stock, with three choke tubes, choke tool, and cylinder plug. This thing is practically brand new, despite being purchased in 1987.
How much do you think this is worth? I don't remember what I paid for it, but I do know that I fired it maybe 10 times and keep it clean and oiled.
- 12 or 20 (new 1999) ga. (3 in. chamber), 26, 28, 30 (12 ga. only, new 2000) or 32 (disc. 1996) in. VR Rem. choked barrel, successor to Model 1100, gas compensating action adaptable to all loads, stainless steel magazine tube, polished blue finish, high gloss or satin (current mfg. is in 12 ga./28 in. barrel only) finished and checkered walnut stock and forearm, a high gloss wood finish option became available in 1991 at N/C, and is now standard, fine line receiver engraving (referred to as embellished receiver) became standard during 1999, solid recoil pad, 8 1/8-8 3/8 lbs. Introduced 1987.
100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%
$590 $465 $395 $350 $315 $275 $250
model 1100
Q approximately how much is this gun worth today day, i know it is around thirty years old and only fired a few times.
A With plain barrel about $265 if excellent
With vent rib aout $305
add about $30 if it has Remchoke
Q: i am interested in the value of a used remington model 1100 in excellent condition. it is 12 gauge 3" magnum with a 30" full choke (fixed). the finish on the receiver and barrel is black matte.the serial number is P045437 M. i would also like to know, if possible,about when this gun was manufactured.
A: It might be the 1100 Magnum Duck Gun. I'll call Remington to be sure.Blue Book Value:100% 95%$400 $280
Below is some information that might help on your other question. >From the Remington web site....Description:
My Model 1100 jams when I shoot 2 ¾-inch shells. What's wrong with it?
If the shotgun's serial number ends in M, N or U then you have a 3-inch magnum shotgun. The magnum barrel has only one gas orifice hole in the gas chamber where as the field barrel has two. A field load will not supply sufficient gas pressure to cycle the action in a magnum barrel. You should use magnum ammunition only. Most models,"with the exception of pre-1977 20ga's",can be fitted with 2 3/4" field barrels for use with light field and target loads.
Description: How can I tell if my shotgun has a magnum receiver?
Solution:If your serial number ends with "M" you have a 12-gauge Magnum receiver that is capable of shooting 2 ¾-inch and 3-inch shells with the correct barrel.
If your serial number ends with "A", you have a 12-gauge Super Magnum receiver that is capable of shooting 2 ¾-inch, 3-inch and 3 ½-inch shells with the correct barrel.
If your serial number ends in "N" or "U", you have a 20-gauge Magnum receiver that is capable of shooting 2 ¾-inch and 3-inch shells with the correct barrel.


Q I am trying to find out the price range for a remington 3200 shotgun, o/u and sbs barrels. Am attending a gun show this weekenf and am looking to make a deal for an ar-15, using the 3200 as a tradeable weapon. It is in mint condition. Any info would be appreciated.

A According to the Blue Book of Firearms 3200 FIELD
12 ga., 26, 28, or 30 in. barrels, VR, various chokes, boxlock, auto ejectors, single selective trigger, checkered pistol grip stock, separated barrels. Mfg. 1973-1977.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10%
$1,100 $1,000 $950 $900 $850 $800

- similar to 3200 Field, with 26 or 28 in. skeet bored barrels, skeet style stock. Mfg. 1973-1980.
Grading 100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10%
$1,295 $1,050 $950 $850 $750 $650 $575
28 in. barrels will command a premium on this model.
This model was also mfg. in a 28 in. IM/F configuration with gold pigeon on bottom for live pigeon shooting. Since less than 300 were mfg., prices in the $2,700 range are being asked if NIB condition

Remington TS
A 1100 tournament skeet guns will have (SKEET-T) on the
ejection port side of the reciever. Standard grade Skeet guns ie.SA grade will have only (Skeet) and SB grade will
have will have (SKEET-B). B and T grades have upgraded wood quality. The 20ga.guns on the 12ga frame will bring a little more money than the Lt and Lw
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