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Old December 27th, 2012, 07:51 PM
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No, you go by certain barrel codes remember?

The following serial number information is for
Remingtion firearms manufactured after 1921

Remingtons manufactured after 1921 have a code located on the left side of the barrel near the frame that identifies the year and month of manufacture. The following letters correspond to the months of the year, for example B=January, L= February and so on:

B - L - A - C - K - P - O - W - D - E - R - X

B= January

L= February

A= March

C= April

K= May

P= June

O= July

W= August

D= September

E= October

R= November

X= December

M - 1921

N - 1922

P - 1923

R - 1924

S - 1925

T - 1926

U - 1927

W - 1928

X - 1929

Y - 1930

Z - 1931

A - 1932

B - 1933

C - 1934

D - 1935

E - 1936

F - 1937

G - 1938

H - 1939

J - 1940

K - 1941

L - 1942

MM - 1943

NN - 1944

PP - 1945

RR - 1946

SS - 1947

TT - 1948

UU - 1949

WW - 1950

XX - 1951

YY - 1952

ZZ - 1953

A - 1954

B - 1955

C - 1956

D - 1957

E - 1958

F - 1959

G - 1960

H - 1961

J - 1962

K - 1963

L - 1964

M - 1965

N - 1966

P - 1967

R - 1968

S - 1969

T - 1970

U - 1971

W - 1972

X - 1973

Y - 1974

Z - 1975

I - 1976

O - 1977

Q - 1978

V - 1979

A - 1980

B - 1981

C - 1982

D - 1983

E - 1984

F - 1985

G - 1986

H - 1987

I - 1988

J - 1989

K - 1990

L - 1991

M - 1992

N - 1993

O - 1994

P - 1995

Q - 1996

R - 1997

S - 1998

T - 1999 (*)

U - 2000 (*)

V - 2001 (*)

W - 2002

X - 2003

Y - 2004

Z - 2005

A - 2006

B - 2007

C - 2008

D - 2009

E - 2010

F - 2011

G - 2012

Using barrel codes (such as those listed above) to date the manufacture are reliable on Remington rifles, as the company rarely changed barrels on a customer's rifle.

Using these barrel codes to date a shotgun is somewhat unreliable, as shotgun barrels are often interchanged at random. One needs to be sure that the barrel is original to the gun before trusting the Barrel Code listing, above.

(*) On 8/9/99, stopped stamping the barrels with the date code. They continued to mark the date code on the end flap of the shipping box. They resumed stamping the date code on the barrel on 10/1/01.

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My thread on The Remington Society:

http://www.remingtonsociety.com/foru...f45016be4d7e7d

What's interesting is, the next to last post said Remington installed those chokes at the factory, mine is the exact same as in that pic.
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looking back at your pics the choke flare is integral to the barrel


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Anyone else know that Remington 870 parts will fit on the Pardners? Just found out stocks will fit. Wonder what else???

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not sure
did'nt even know that


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Im told that Remington make Pardner or vice versa. Only 2 differences I can see. At the rear of the barrel where the stock attatches on a remington....its more rounded as the pardner is squared off on top and the barrel on an 870 is longer by about 2 inches

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IDK, won't fiddle with a H&R Pardner, they're made in China...
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I read pumps are made in Turkey and single shots are made in Illion. NY at Remington's plant. Will have to investigate further.

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I read pumps are made in Turkey
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