When did the Remington Model 580 come out?
The Remington Model 580, 581, and 582 are a family of bolt-action rifles, manufactured from 1967 to 1999. The rifles were introduced as a replacement for the previous Model 511. The 580 series was a lower-cost rifle patterned after the contemporary Model 788 centerfire rifle and shares that rifle’s rear-locking bolt.
When did I buy a Remington 581 rifle?
Scary accurate. I bought a 581 from a guy needing some cash in the early 80s. Been a safe queen ever since. Unfortunately, I was looking around on the web and started reading about the 581. There are a number of 580 series rifles with great reputations.
When did the Remington Centerfire rifle come out?
The original centerfire rifles from Remington that began in 1906. The original Remington’s 1911 catalog to the now familiar Model 8. Its today. Over 69,490 Model 8s, in calibers .25 Remington, .30 1906 to 1936. as Remington Arms Company President in 1933. He realized that expensive to manufacture. A cosmetic rework, started in 1934,
How many Remington Nylon Model 10’s are there?
*The total production of smooth bore nylon Model 10’s is 2000 guns . *There were 800 smoothbore Model 10’s were manufactured with 19 5/8 th inch barrels which is the standard lenght.
What’s the serial number on a Remington 582?
From what I can tell, they were manufactured from 1966 till about 1981 as production with a few still being made in 81 and 82. Did not have serial numbers prior to Dec. 1968 and then the serial number block started at 1,000,000. Sounds like you got a fair deal and should be a great gun for you.
How many models of Remington model 783 are there?
19 Models with 96 Caliber offerings. It’s not dressed to impress, it’s dressed for work. The Model 783™ was made to hunt, born to get it done. It holds a number of precision-enhancing features unheard of for a bolt-action rifle in its class. 6 Models with 40 Caliber offerings.
What was the first Remington shotgun ever made?
In 1931, the Remington Model 31 shotgun was developed as the company’s first side-ejecting slide-action. It has been offered in 12, 16, and 20 gauges. Initially, this gun was meant to compete against the Winchester Model 1912.