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Old 12-02-2013, 03:06 AM   #1
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I have a Remington speedmaster 552 and I haven found a site or place that could pull the serial number up so that I could find the date that it was made its in excellent condition and I received it from my grandpa and I'd like to know some more info on it
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:47 AM   #2
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Remington's are not dated from the serial number, but from a 2 or 3 LETTER code stamped on the barrel. Letters are small, a good light held to one side and a magnifier will help.

Here is the table to decipher the letters-

http://www.remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes
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Ok thank you sir
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I have just recently picked up one of these as a first rifle for my son
It looks im well used condition but doesnt look that bad
After a little research i believe that it was made in oct 1957
I paid 130 for it but not real sure if that was fair price or not
If anyone can help me with this i would appreciate it



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Up above where you are typing is a white smiley face. To the right of the Smiley is a paperclip. Click on the paperclip to attach photos stored in your computer.

I have a 552- neat little rifle. Value of any gun is based on condition, but what you paid is well under the value for an average specimen.
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If you are trying to post pics from the app, when you are replying to the post, top left corner there is a + button, hit that, and select "attach from photos"

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Unless you paid $130 for a rust bucket, you probably did very well. A friend has a speed master from the fifties new in the box. Was gonna let me have it for $300...till he found out the real value of it, now he's keeping it.
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The one I have experience with is somewhat picky with ammo but extremely accurate when you've got good ammo.
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