When did the Remington Model 25 come out?

When did the Remington Model 25 come out?

Remington (U.S.) Model 25 Slide-Action Tube-Magazine Rifle (repeater/ breech-loading/ black powder/ cartridge ammunition) Made to compete with Colt, production of these rifles began in about 1885. Their design was improved upon until 1910, and production continued as a smokeless powder gun.

What kind of rifle was made by Remington?

In addition to the M1911 semi-automatic pistol, the Browning Model 1917 heavy machine gun, and the Model 1917 bolt-action rifle, Remington also manufactured the Pedersen device. This was an early attempt to increase the firepower of individual infantry troops armed with the Springfield Model 1903 rifle.

When did Remington start making slide action rifles?

The completion of the Erie Canal in 1825 and the establishment of railroads soon thereafter provided an economic boost to the region. Remington’s rifle barrel works expanded as well.

When did Eliphalet Remington II of Remington die?

Eliphalet Remington II died in 1861, at which time Philo took over management of the company. Samuel died in 1882, and Philo purchased his share in the company. By 1886, E. Remington & Sons had experienced serious downturns, and the company went into receivership.

Is the.25 Remington the same as the.30 Remington?

Due to their similar dimensions, the .25 Remington, .30 Remington, and .32 Remington together were known as the Remington Rimless cartridge series. Firearm manufacturers generally offered all three of these cartridges as chamberings in a rifle model rather than just one of the series.

When was the last Remington pump action made?

My M-141 is one of 8,311 made in 1949, the last year of production. A new pump gun was on the horizon that was simpler and more economical to make, and in 1952, the Model 760 was introduced. The introduction of the Model 760 in 1952 ushered in a new era of pump-actions for Big Green.

Where do you find the date of manufacture on a Remington rifle?

A two or three letter code on the left side of the barrel identifies the month and year of manufacture. The first letter identifes the month, the other letter (s) identify the year. The code letters were reused and may indicate one or more possible dates.