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Remington single shot rifle

Discussion in '.22-Rimfire Forum' started by gunguy25, Dec 4, 2011.

  1. gunguy25

    gunguy25 New Member

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    Hi everyone, I am just looking for info I dont remember the model number but I looked at a remington single shot rifle with octagon barrel about 45% condition supposed to been made in the 20s. I am just looking for info on how much they go for and what was the model numbers this might have been or ones close to it. I just no nothing on them and I would like to educate myself on them. I really love how they look and would love to have one some day. Thanks God Bless
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    Probably a Remington Rolling Block. You could probably find a picture and description on ** or AA. Could be a Model 4 or a Model 6. The Model 6 was cheaper to produce. The M-4 was a miniature version of the larger RB's.
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  3. gunguy25

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    thanks Steve
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    doubs43

    Remington date codes didn't start until 1920 so anything made before then wouldn't have them.

    John Gyde and Roy Marcot have published a very good overview of the 22 RF Remington made rifles. Well worth the price.
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    The OP did say he thought the rifle was made in the 1920's so I thought it may have a date code on the barrel. Apparently it's older than he estimates. I have the Gyde & Marcot book and agree it's excellent. My interest is in the Model 33 and newer rifles so I haven't spent a lot of time on the older rifles.
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    Thanks guys
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