What was the price of a Remington Model 14 rifle?

What was the price of a Remington Model 14 rifle?

The Remington Model 14½ Slide-Action, Sporting Rifle was introduced a year after the Model 14 rifle. Remington’s retail price list dated January 12, 1914, offered the No.14½A Standard Grade Rifle (with 22½” barrel and pistol-grip stock) for $17. 25 and the No.14½R Carbine (with 18½” barrel, straight-grip stock, and saddle ring) for $16. 75.

Who was the designer of the Remington Model 14 rifle?

This new rifle was designed by John Pedersen, the same noted firearms engineer that produced the Model 51 pistol, the “Pedersen device” of Great War fame, and a host of early slide-action shotguns.

When was the Remington Model 14 slide action made?

Coming in at a handy 6-pounds, the Remington Model 14 slide-action was a hit with early 20th Century sportsmen and the rifle remained in production until the eve of World War II, with the follow-on Model 141 lingering around into the 1950s. This photo shows a deer hunter in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania in Dec 1937.

How is the bolt unlocked on a Remington Model 14?

The bolt unlocked via a button pressed through the ejection port though firing the gun automatically unlocked the bolt. The Model 14 was a takedown rifle that featured a single knurled screw on the left side of the receiver that was withdrawn allowing the trigger group and buttstock to be removed from the bottom of the gun.

What does the first letter of the Remington identife mean?

The first letter of the code identifes the month, the other letter (s) identify the year. The Firearms Identification Code information is reliable when used to identify the month and year of manufacture of Remington rifles because Remington seldom replaced barrels.

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.

When did Remington stop putting dates on barrels?

In some cases, only partial date codes were marked. Remington discontinued stamping barrels with a date code on 8/9/99, the date code was added again on 10/1/01. Barrels made between 8/9/99 and 10/1/01 do not have codes.