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What year of mfg.108125 ?

22 cal. octagonal barrel,barrel length 21.5 inches

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Do you know what model it is?

Beings it's a .22, I'm thinking it's a Model 4, but usually those were a 22 1/2" barrel length.

1890-1933
Total production - approximately 356,000

If it's a "take-down" model, it COULD be a Model 6.

1901 - 1933
Numbers 00001 - 498,000



As far as serial numbers, a lot of them had the serial number on the side of the top tang, visible only with the action out of the stock.
Not all Remington serial numbers were consectutive for the model.
Military models were often numbered by the contract and commercial guns marked with batch numbers having little relationship to the time of manufacture.

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