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It is very easy to use, it uses information from the Remington company.
*Please note that Remington repeats the alphabet approximately every 26 years, therefore you may see several possible manufacturing dates.
These two letters can be decoded to find out the date your firearm was manufactured.
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The third model was made in 6 variations, all marked, ""REMINGTON ARMS CO, ILION NY". After the merger between Remington and UMC Cartridge Co in 1910, beginning in 1911, the fourth models were marked "REMINGTON-U. He states that his testing showed the 130 grain bullet traveled at 685 feet per second (209 m/s) so producing 111 foot-pounds force (150 J) of energy - a significant difference in ballistic energy from the earlier tests.
The company name was changed to Remington Arms Co., and beginning in 1889 all Remington guns were marked with that name. The first variation of the third models were serialized, but all other variations were marked in batches, not with serial numbers. About 500 monoblocks were made through 1935, with only ten guns shipped after that. The round produced a muzzle velocity of 425 feet per second (130 m/s) and a muzzle energy of 52 foot-pounds force (71 J).
317 -17 Price: 0.00 Summer Sale 0.00 Curio/Relic: Yes Manufacturer: Remington Model: 241 Serial Number: 8954 Caliber: 22 Long Rifle Condition: 97% Condition Bore Condition: Very Fine Barrels: 24 Inch Action: Self Loading Sights: With Tang Sight Manufacture Date: 1935 Item Location: CR 695 Remington Early Model 241 Pre Speed Master 22 Long Rifle Description: FOR BEST RESULTS ALWAYS CALL FIRST. This gun has all the correct early features for that model. The rear sight has been removed so that the Marbles tang sight can function correctly.
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The difference in findings can potentially be attributed to variances in the specific ammunition fired or measuring equipment used.
**The first letter on your barrel is the month your firearm was manufactured; the second letter is the year it was manufactured.
Information confirming the manufacturing coding used by Remington can be found online.