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Unread 10-13-2022, 07:40 PM   #81
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Thanks. The Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Inc. was the company name from 1916 to 1920.
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It appears that the boys and girls at Ilion didn't rush into updating the roll-stamps used on their shotguns. The Model 17 20-gauge pump was introduced in the first Remington Arms Co., Inc. catalog circa 1920/21. However, up through the 28xxx range the barrels are still marked The Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Inc. which was the company name 1916 to 1920. This from serial number 28023. Unfortunately, the first Model 17 page is missing from the old factory ledger. Page 2 begins with 35639 being the highest serial number receiver put in work by January 19, 1926.

28023 01 The Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Inc..jpg

The date code on this barrel is DR D = September R = 1924

I just noticed this Model 11 which came on GI yesterday. It is serial number 280017 a receiver that the old factory ledger shows was put in work during May 1924.

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This barrel has a date code WR W = August R = 1924 --

280017 03 WK W = August R = 1924.jpg

They seem to have taken a bit different tack with the Model 10 pumps --

207380 01 Model-10 Successor To.jpg

215875 01 30-inch, solid rib.jpg
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I just picked up a Model 11 20 gauge 28" full, solid rib barrel and a 28" modified plain barrel for my pair of Model 11 20s. These have been pretty hard to find. Now to test the full choke solid rib barrel on the Chinese Trap range.
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Yall have some beautiful firearms.
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