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Old 08-19-2012, 10:33 PM   #1
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ok i recently acquired a rifle,its a remington i know,i looked a code wich was LLR and i guess thats the date code because it said febuary of 1946 and the gun says remington.22 short.long then under that or long rifle and the LLR was in the bottom right and the top right is a 37,whats the model number and how much is it worth, and also i cant find a serial number?

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Old 08-19-2012, 11:12 PM   #2
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It seems to be a cut down Remington Model 37 Rifle. I am not sure I would be posting it!!!!


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Serial #'s weren't required until the 60's.
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we need pictures! Sniper03 why do you think its cut down?
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There was a pic but it was edited out by the op. I was looking for this thread earlier and just now found it. But im closing it as there is some fishy business.

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