Remington model 11 serial number dating

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0.00 (View Picture) SMOF6904 - RARE REMINGTON MODEL 1891 IN 7.62X54R SERIAL NUMBER 713714 The Mosin Nagant rifle has a unique history among battle rifles from the early 20th century.

It was adopted by the Russian Imperial government in 1891, updated by the Communist government in 1930, and distributed to satellite nations for usage in proxy warfare up until the collapse of the Soviet Union.

The model WZ rifle closely modeled on the German Kar98 became their standard infantry rifle.

When German overran Poland in September 1939 they acquired hundreds of thousands of these rifles and issued them to their own troops. It was made at the Radom arsenal in 1939 and would have seen service the Polish and then the German military.

The American government agreed to purchase 600,000 rifles from Remington for the lofty sum of per rifle.

For those interested in the more esoteric history of a rifle it is possible that this rifle saw use during the Spanish Civil War.

SMOF6894 - (LL) BRITISH NO 4 MK I* ENFIELD RIFLE MADE BY SAVAGE U. PROPERTY .303 BRITISH CALIBER Serial number 58C2772 - A fine example of the main British battle rifle of WW2, with the added distinction of being one of the over one million rifles made by Savage in the United States. Its language had been in existence but it was part of Imperial Russia.

The Communists took over Russian in October 1917 and signed a separate peace treaty with Germany.

As is typical for the Mosin Nagant, this rifle is mismatched with parts from different makers. 0.00 (View Picture) SMOF6865 - HPH184 - BRITISH LEE ENFIELD .22 TRAINING RIFLE .22 RF PATTERN 1914 SHORT RIFLE NO.

This rifle has not been import marked and the barrel has not been counter bored. 2 - FROM THE HART COLLECTION Serial number G12364, with a .22 caliber barrel made by BSA, not a sleeved barrel. There are several .22 caliber trainers cobbled together beginning around 1914 using various SMLE rifles either made as SMLE or converted from longer versions.

For those interested in the more esoteric history of a rifle it is possible that this rifle saw use during the Spanish Civil War.SMOF6894 - (LL) BRITISH NO 4 MK I* ENFIELD RIFLE MADE BY SAVAGE U. PROPERTY .303 BRITISH CALIBER Serial number 58C2772 - A fine example of the main British battle rifle of WW2, with the added distinction of being one of the over one million rifles made by Savage in the United States. Its language had been in existence but it was part of Imperial Russia.The Communists took over Russian in October 1917 and signed a separate peace treaty with Germany.As is typical for the Mosin Nagant, this rifle is mismatched with parts from different makers. 0.00 (View Picture) SMOF6865 - HPH184 - BRITISH LEE ENFIELD .22 TRAINING RIFLE .22 RF PATTERN 1914 SHORT RIFLE NO.This rifle has not been import marked and the barrel has not been counter bored. 2 - FROM THE HART COLLECTION Serial number G12364, with a .22 caliber barrel made by BSA, not a sleeved barrel. There are several .22 caliber trainers cobbled together beginning around 1914 using various SMLE rifles either made as SMLE or converted from longer versions.After the Treaty of Versailles, the United States sold off much of the remaining stock in the civilian market for a bargain: per rifle.