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If you don't know how, you shouldn't try. Take it to a gunsmith.

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I have a remington rifle, i think the serial number is 1001.its single shot,you have to pull hammer back and then another gatget back to load the shell. I cant tell even what caliber it is.


If the serial number is 1001, it may be the first off the production line, in which case valuable. Best bet would be to take some pictures to a gun shop.

Calibre should be stamped on the barrel.

You should normally load the cartridge before you pull the hammer back. However, it may be a type called a 'Rolling Block'. This them

https://www.google.ca/search?q=remington+rifle&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiM25bFlYfSAhVp04MKHUkXAnIQ_AUICCgB&biw=1366&bih=659#tbm=isch&q=remington+rolling+block+rifle

Lots of Remington information here. Also look at the images tab. Reply as a COMMENT if you wish.


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Iam looking to buy a gun.its a remington model 700 serial number is E6340162 an would like to know how much its worth?


that will depend on the grade of rifle you want any place above 7 or 800.00 us

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Have a 572 remington fieldmaster serial number a1746190 trying to find yr made


Look at the date code on the left rear portion of the barrel. The codes are posted on line.

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Is it a Webley or a Eley Colt .455? How to tell if the cylinder bore has been modified to accept Colt 45 or other ammunition. Obvious the barrel (8" smooth bore) and sights were replaced Please help an ole man out that happens to know "Nothing" about Colt Double Action Revolvers... At 66 I guess it's never to late to own a Colt! Is it a Webly or Eley .455 ? and How can I tell if it's been reworked to accept Colt 45 ammunition? As many details as I have are below. Any body know just what I have here? I think I have a 1914?? British .455 Colt New Service Revolver. Has some standard factory Colt proof marks along with British proof marks. Colt logo above the grips on the rear left side of frame, VP inside a triangle on the front left side of trigger guard, and a #3 on the rear of trigger guard same side. Has had the orig. barrel replaced with a stainless steel 8" smooth bore pinned barrel. British proof marks on 3 different places on the revolver. On the breech area, the rear of the cylinder, and inspection and acceptance markings On the left rear of the frame (just below the hammer). Broad arrow government acceptance mark on top. Under that is a Crown Under that is F9 E Bone grips that look like they are orig. also. A large #7 is stamped "under" the serial number at the crane too, and the grips are also marked with the #7 in pencil underneath on both grips. On the left side of the frame under the grips is stamped the capital letter "E", so I know originally it was chambered .455. Highly polished mirror like blue finish on the original frame. Has a lanyard swivel on the bottom of the frame and has "No markings, lettering or numbers on the frame"by the lanyard swivel. Any Help/Feedback is Greatly Appreciated Thanks in Advance!

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