What gauge is a Remington Model 11?

What gauge is a Remington Model 11?

Remington Model 11-48
Cartridge 12, 16, 20, or 28 gauge (maximum length 23⁄4 inches), or .410 bore
Action Semi-automatic, recoil-operated
Feed system Tube magazine 4+1 rounds, or 2+1 rounds on the Sportsman ’48
Sights Single front bead

How does a reciprocating barrel work?

With the invention, a reciprocating barrel firearm apparatus is provided which employs a barrel that has reciprocating movement caused by released gasses from an ignited propellent to automatically or semi-automatically operate the loading or discharging of a cartridge.

When did the Remington 12 gauge gun come out?

Remington Arms Co. introduced their 12-gauge, five-shot, John M. Browning designed, “Remington Autoloading Gun” in 1905. The company name was changed to Remington Arms – Union Metallic Cartridge Co. in 1911. Shortly after that Rem-UMC began calling that gun the Model No. 11.

What was the serial number of the Remington Model 11?

Model 11 20-gauge serial numbers began at 1,000,000. In 1931, they added the 16-gauge to the line with 16-gauge serial numbers starting at 1,500,000. In 1930, they also introduced a three-shot version in 20-gauge called “The Sportsman.” The 20-gauge “The Sportsman” had serial numbers beginning low 1?

When did Remington Arms change its name to Remington?

In 1920 the company name changed again to Remington Arms Co., Inc. Circa 1927/8 they changed the safety from the lever inside the trigger guard to a crossbolt behind the trigger. In 1930, they introduced the 20-gauge Model 11.

When did Remington start making semi auto shotguns?

This started in 1898, remember, on the heels of Browning’s successful Winchester Model 97 pump-action shotgun design. The trick with the semi-auto was how to regulate the force of recoil so it would work with light-recoil loads or heavy game loads.