When was the Remington 1148 made?

When was the Remington 1148 made?

The Remington Model 11-48 is a semi-automatic shotgun manufactured by Remington Arms as the first of its “new generation” semi-automatics produced after World War II. Released as the replacement for the Remington Model 11, it was manufactured from 1949 to 1968 and was produced in 12, 16, 20 and 28 gauge and .

Will a Remington 1100 stock fit a 11-48?

It should fit. I used a stock off of an 11-87 on a model 11-48. Also a stock off of a model 58 fits.

When was the Remington Model 11 made?

This Remington model 11 shotgun was produced from 1911 to 1948 and was one of the first auto-loading shotguns ever produced in the United States. Though made by Remington, this gun was originally designed by John M. Browning.

How many rounds does a Remington Model 11 hold?

Remington Model 11-87
Barrel length 14 to 30 in (360 to 760 mm)
Cartridge 12 or 20 gauge
Action Semi-automatic gas-operated
Feed system Tube magazine 4+1 rounds; 7+1 rounds with magazine extension

How many shells does a Remington Model 11 hold?

What is a Remington Sportsman 48 16 gauge worth?

Not the most popular Remington ever- prices seem to range in the $150 to $250 range for the 16ga. They are very well built and reliable shotguns, bigest problem is people would disassemble them and forget to put the bushing back into the barrels magazine loop, so when they fired them the recoil is termendous.

Will an 870 stock fit an 1100?

They are not designed to be interchangeable but it will work. The 870’s use a much longer bolt, which is not interchangeable. I have put a youth stock on an 1100 before, I used an older 870 screw I believe.

How old is a Remington Model 11?

The Remington Model 11-87 is a semi-automatic shotgun manufactured by Remington Arms and based on the earlier Model 1100. The Model 11-87 remains in contemporary production, 35 years after being introduced in 1987….

Remington Model 11-87
Place of origin United States
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