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Could use more info, such as markings on the barrel and or breach. The Remington rolling block type single shot goes back to the 1860'S. The first 22 calibers around 1888. The rolling block went through 8 changes. The different types or changes are where various pins and screws are located, size and shape of hammers and triggers. The New Model Number 4, made from 1890 - 1933 came standard in 22 cal. with a 22 1/2 inch Oct. barrel. It will have a small lever on the right side of the breach. Approx 50,000 of these where made between the years noted. You could very well have a model 1, 2 or a model 7, which will be rare if in very good shape as only 1000, No. 7's where made. Tracking the serial number will be hard unless you contact Remington.
You mean the one you have pictured there? It has the big thumb wheel on it? It won't tighten up? Is it stripped? Or is the receiver stripped out? You could replace that big screw with a bolt, you would lose your quick detach, Or if the receiver is stripped, you'll have to get it tapped out, and get the new bolt anyway, going up one size. and using a fine thread. It can be a screw, with a slot head or an allen head. Hope this helps.