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Old 09-27-2011, 12:01 AM   #1
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I have a remington scoremaster .22 magazine fed bolt action rifle. It was my grandmothers as long as i can remember and i aquired it after she passed away in 2007. I was raised by my grandmother and remember shooting it as a kid. It is chambered to shoot .22 shorts and long rifle, and i have 2, 5 round magazines for it. Does anyone know the history of these rifles. It has proof marks on it but i cant find a serial number

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Old 09-27-2011, 12:11 AM   #2
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i cant help you much but i did want to sa its a great .22 my uncle has one and has since he was a kid. it is still super accurate and fun to shoot
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She used to tell me stories about her squirrel and rabbit hunting with her .22 rifle whenever she was a kid. I think this is the same rifle that she was referring to
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Great family gun there and looks to be in good shape.

Remington's .22 bolt guns have always been good and even the *cheaper* models were accurate shooters.
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Great family gun there and looks to be in good shape.

Remington's .22 bolt guns have always been good and even the *cheaper* models were accurate shooters.
She doesnt get shot very much anymore but i keep her well lubed and wiped down
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She doesnt get shot very much anymore but i keep her well lubed and wiped down
That would be a perfect gun for a youngster to learn on.

ps: Your 1st attachment in the OP brings us to a Taurus revolver.
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That would be a perfect gun for a youngster to learn on.

ps: Your 1st attachment in the OP brings us to a Taurus revolver.
Yessir,my son is 8 now and i plan on handing it down to him in a few years....a taurus revolver you say
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It's a Remington 511, built from 1939 to 1963.

To determine the build date, value and the variant of the 511, provide me with the answers to the following:
  1. There is a two or three letter code stamped on the barrel at the receiver end. What is that code?
  2. Is the rear sight mounted on the receiver or the barrel?
  3. Is the barrel a smoothbore? (For .22 LR shot cartridges)
  4. Are there more photos showing detail? (sights, stampings etc.)
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It's a Remington 511, built from 1939 to 1963.

To determine the build date, value and the variant of the 511, provide me with the answers to the following:
  1. There is a two or three letter code stamped on the barrel at the receiver end. What is that code?
  2. Is the rear sight mounted on the receiver or the barrel?
  3. Is the barrel a smoothbore? (For .22 LR shot cartridges)
  4. Are there more photos showing detail? (sights, stampings etc.)
It's on the left side of the barrel just in front of the receiver and will look something like this:

My remington scoremaster .22 rifle - .22 Rifle/Rimfire Discussion

My first rifle was a Remington 512 Sportmaster, that I still have, and all the Rem. 5-teen's are great shooting and reliable guns. While they are not extremely valuable, they have a lot of good memories associated with them.
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It's a Remington 511, built from 1939 to 1963.

To determine the build date, value and the variant of the 511, provide me with the answers to the following:
[*]There is a two or three letter code stamped on the barrel at the receiver end. What is that code?[*]Is the rear sight mounted on the receiver or the barrel?[*]Is the barrel a smoothbore? (For .22 LR shot cartridges)[*]Are there more photos showing detail? (sights, stampings etc.)


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It has a rifled bore and the rear sight is attached to the barrel
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