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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you may have some dried out seals. oil it up and try it again. you may have to get some new o-rings installed. it is always best to pump it once and leave it like that when you put it away
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
C.C. Loomis, A.L. Lowe, K.J. Lowe
Bolt Action – Clip Magazine
.22 Long Rifle
Serial Number Blocks:
Ending: 12300 Grades Offered: Model 37 Rangemaster
37AS Variations: None
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
How can I tell how old my Remington firearm is?
If you will call and provide us the serial number and model number we can determine the approximate age of your firearm.
Serial numbers were not required until 1968. For models without a serial number, we may be able to determine the age by the 2-3 letters that are stamped on the barrel.
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Posted on Feb 14, 2010
The serial number does not reflect the date of manufactuer, but there are letters stamped in the side of the barrel at the reciever, on the left side, they are a date code, I will give you an app, If there are more than a couple letters and numbers, it has been reworked by the factory. But none of mine have.
m=1921,,,z=1931,,, and all the letters in between there except for o and q are the years, then it starts again at A=1932, and goes to L=1942, then,,,MM=1942,,,NN=1944,,,etc to ZZ=1953,,,then it stats with A again,,through Z= 1975 and after that it a random of letters I,O, Q and V, to 1979, then A, again, to Z=2005, then it starts again. hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
Remington Year of Manufacture Codes maybe found on the barrel of your Remington rifle [or shotgun] on the left side, just forward of the receiver; the first letter of the Code is the month of manufacture, followed by one or two letters which are the year of manufacture. For shotguns with removeable barrels, the code will be valid for the manufacture of the barrel; maybe for the receiver, as barrels do get switched around.
According to the "Blue Book of Gun Values", the coding continues as follows:
Month Codes: [first letter]
B - L - A - C - K - P - O - W - D - E - R - X
1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12
Year:______Code: [second (and third*) letters]
* the years 1943 though 1953 had double letters: ie, MM = 1943
As maybe seen, the year code letters duplicate; some knowledge of when the model was introduced should resolve the actual year of manufacture.
Remington owners: COPY this table to your Hard Drive......! !
another couple helpfull links: http://www.remington.com/library/his...irearm_models/
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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