Who makes Mohawk shotguns?

Who makes Mohawk shotguns?


PRICE: $316.00 MANUFACTURER: Remington
CONDITION: Used MODEL: Other Model
SOLD: 2 days ago UPC:
LOCATION: Gallatin, TN 37066 SKU:
CALIBER: MANF. PART #: Remington 48 12 gauge

What was the first gas operated shotgun?

It was Remington’s first gas operated shotgun and was marketed alongside the recoil operated Model 11-48….

Remington Model 58
Designed 1956
Manufacturer Remington Arms
Produced 1956–1963
No. built ~271,000

Are AK-47 gas operated?

The AK-47, officially known as the Avtomat Kalashnikova (Russian: Автома́т Кала́шникова, lit. ‘Kalashnikov’s automatic rifle’; also known as the Kalashnikov or just AK), is a gas-operated assault rifle that is chambered for the 7.62×39mm cartridge.

What does a Remington Mohawk 12 gauge shotgun look like?

The nice thing is that Remington fiberglass lined the spit prone fore end with fiberglass, full length, and used some good walnut on this one. An 11-48 doesn’t handle like an 1100. They remind me of an Ithaca Model 37, with between the hands balance, more of a bird gun than a target gun.

What’s the difference between a sportsman and Mohawk 48?

An 11-48 is an 11-48 whether it says 11-48 or Sportsman 48 or Mohawk 48. The 11-48 was the highest priced, the Sportsman 48 was the first bargain label, with some dimples in the magazine tube to limit the capacity to three shots in stead of five, and the Mohawk 48 was a 1960’s “Express” bargain model sold through the big box retailers.

When was the last Remington Mohawk 48 made?

Yesterday afternoon, I saw a nice 11-48 for sale at Lincoln, Missouri, and was surprised to see that it was marketed as a Mohawk 48, and the barrel date code reads A X, which is 1973. Remington’s official site says the last 11-48 series recoil operated semi auto shotguns were made in 1968, but this one didn’t get the memo.

Where did the Mohawk hairstyle come from and why?

It is today worn as an emblem of non-conformity. The mohawk is also sometimes referred to as an iro in reference to the Iroquois (who include the Mohawk people), from whom the hairstyle is supposedly derived – though historically the hair was plucked out rather than shaved.