I have a Remington Model 11 shot gun #265930
This gun is in very good condition it has
the poly choke,also has the checkered stock.
Has a red rubber pad that looks like it came on it.
We believe this to be a 12 ga.The barrel and
the trigger end serial numbers Match.This has
the sliding safety in front of the trigger.
Could anyone tell me the age and some idea of
Value Im doing this for my mother-in-Law.
The Remington Model 11 was made from 1911 to 1948. If there is a date code on the left side of the barrel it was made after 1921. It is valued at;
Exc. Cond: $550.00 USD
V.G. Cond: $400.00 USD
Good Cond: $300.00 USD
Hope this helps some,
Thank you I will also call Remington on Monday.
This is being sold by my mother-in law.
Some one would like this gun its in very good
shape has the rods for the cleaning kit plus
the case that it came with. The case is made of
a canvas type material.
Again thanks for everyones help.
What if there is no date code....How can you tell the year and value..
I would be interested let me know how much
The post you responded to is over two years old. Also, buying and selling are prohibited here.
What would the date code look like? The one I just found is serial 347659. On one side of the barrel it has REP ⚓️ and other is BX MOD.
Rosie: The "REP" markings Remington's proof mark; the "Anchor" is the final inspection mark.
"BX" is the date code for January, 1929 and MOD signifies Modified Choke in the barrel.
Thank you for the reply TOD. I learned something new today. Appreciate it very much.
Sound like you know what you are talking about, can you tell me why that gun is not worth more than that? I have read a little history on it. It supposedly is made exactly as they were made by Browning in Belgium. I've heard it called the American Browning...
Remington Arms Company licensed the John Browning patents and paid royalties to Browning to allow them to legally use the features of the Browning patents in manufacturing the Model 11.
These Remington guns were not identical to the Browning guns made by Fabric National in Belgium.and the parts were not interchangeable.
During WWII, Browning Arms Company (a U.S. corporation) contracted with Remington to produce a Modified Remington Model 11 using the Browning name. These shotguns were made in the period circa 1940-circa 1947. These guns are known as "American Brownings", but are not identical to the Belgian produced shotguns and parts will not interchange with the Belgian guns.
Remington made guns were not considered to have the quality level of the Belgian made guns.
Quit **** the stick everybody needs a gun, the apocalypse is near
I have a model 11 with serial 275299 left side of barrel has MOD PR do you know what year?
sorry about the e-mail address, I fat fingered it, I have a Model 11 serial # 275299 left side of barrel has MOD PR do you know what year the PR designates. Scotty