REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY, INC. RIFLES: DISC.
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REVOLVING PERCUSSION RIFLE Get Pricing .36 or .44 (rare) cal., 6 shot unfluted cylinder, 24 or 28 in. octagon barrel, walnut stock with crescent butt, scroll trigger guard, blue with case hardened frame. Fewer than 1,000 mfg. 1866-1872.
MODEL 1862 "ZOUAVE RIFLE" Get Pricing .58 cal., muzzle loading percussion, 33 in. round blue barrel, two barrel bands, case hardened lock, brass furniture. Mfg. 12,501, 1862-1865.
U.S. MILITARY MUSKET - PATTERN 1863 Get Pricing .58 cal., muzzle loading percussion, 40 in. round barrel, three barrel bands, blue barrel, case hardened lock, iron furniture. 40,000 Mfg. in 1864.
U.S. NAVY M1867 ROLLING BLOCK CARBINE Get Pricing .50-45 centerfire cal., 23 1/4 in. barrel, open sight, blue with case hardened frame, bar and ring on frame, walnut straight grip stock. 5,000 mfg. 1868-1869 by Springfield Armory from receivers made by E. Remington & Sons in Ilion, NY.
U.S. NAVY "ANNAPOLIS CADET" MILITARY RIFLE Get Pricing .50-45 centerfire cal., Mfg. by Springfield Armory utilizing rolling block receivers supplied by E. Remington & Sons in Ilion, NY. Mfg. 1868.
U.S. ARMY MODEL 1870 "EXPERIMENTAL" TRIALS REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK MILITARY CARBINE Get Pricing .50-70 Govt. cal., single shot, rolling block action with sling ring on left side of receiver, mfg. by Springfield Armory under license from E. Remington & Sons. 331 mfg. 1870.
U.S. ARMY MODEL 1870 "EXPERIMENTAL" TRIALS REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK MILITARY RIFLE Get Pricing .50-70 Govt. cal., single shot, rolling block action, mfg. by Springfield Armory under license from E. Remington & Sons. Mfg. 1870.
U.S. NAVY MODEL 1870 (TYPES 1 & 2) MILITARY RIFLE Get Pricing mfg. by Springfield Armory under license from E. Remington & Sons. Mfg. 1870.
U.S. ARMY MODEL 1871 MILITARY RIFLE Get Pricing .50-70 Govt. cal., single shot, rolling block action, mfg. by Springfield Armory under license from E. Remington & Sons. Mfg. 1872.
NO. 1 LONG RANGE "CREEDMOOR" TARGET RIFLE Get Pricing .44-77, .44-90, or .44-100 cal., rolling block, 1/3 octagon barrel, case hardened receiver, long range tang sight, globe front sight, checkered pistol grip stock, blue. Approx. 500 mfg., 1873-1878.
NO. 1 SPORTING RIFLE Get Pricing rolling block, .40-50, .40-70, .44-70, .44-77, .45-70, .50-45, or .50-70 centerfire, .38 or .46 rimfire cal., 28 or 30 in. octagon barrels, folding leaf sight, straight grip stock. Approx. 10,000 mfg., 1868-86.
NO. 1 1/2 SPORTING RIFLE Get Pricing .22, .25 Stevens, .25 Long, .32, and .38 Long & Extra Long rimfire cal., also in .32-20 WCF, .38-40 WCF, and .44-40 WCF, 24-28 in. octagon medium weight barrel, straight grip walnut stock, somewhat lighter than the No. 1 Sporting. Several thousand mfg., 1888-97.
NO. 2 SPORTING RIFLE Get Pricing available in many rimfire cals. between .22 and .38 as well as several centerfire cals. between .22 and .38-40 WCF, blue barrel finish with case hardened frame, perch belly style walnut stock, many special orders available, smaller size action than the No. 1 and rear of frame is curved. Mfg. 1873-1909.
LIGHT BABY CARBINE Get Pricing .44-40 WCF cal., rolling block, 20 in. lightweight round blue barrel with band, straight stock, nickel or case colored receiver. Several thousand mfg., 1884-1902, a few early carbines are known to exist in .44 Long rimfire cal.
REMINGTON - HEPBURN NO. 3 SPORTING & TARGET RIFLES Get Pricing falling block, single shot, side lever actuated, blued barrel, case hardened actions, patented 1879, first introduced 1880, many custom features were offered, variations as follows:
Remington - Hepburn No. 3 Sporting & Target Get Pricing various cals. from .22 rimfire to .50-90 Sharps, 26, 28, or 30 in. round or octagon barrel, open sight, semi-pistol grip stock. Mfg. 1880-1907.
Remington - Hepburn No. 3 Match Rifle A Quality Get Pricing similar to Sporting and Target, with target match sights (tang), and Schuetzen stock w/o cheekpiece. Fewer than 1,000 mfg., 1883-1907.
Remington - Hepburn No. 3 Match Rifle B Quality Get Pricing select grade wood and vernier rear tang sight, checkered at wrist and forearm, buttstock w/cheekpiece.
Remington - Hepburn No. 3 Long Range Creedmoor Get Pricing .44-77, .44-90, or .44-105 centerfire cal., 32 or 34 in. barrel, target sight, often with heel sight, stock with shotgun butt. A few hundred mfg., 1880-1907.
Remington - Hepburn No. 3 Mid Range Creedmoor Get Pricing similar to Long Range, in .40-65 WCF, rarely other cals., 28 in. barrel.
Remington - Hepburn No. 3 Long Range Military Get Pricing similar to Creedmoor, with 34 in. full musket stock, in .44-75-520 Rem. cal., military sights, rarely encountered. Mfg. circa 1880s.
Remington - Hepburn No. 3 Walker-Hepburn Schuetzen Match Get Pricing under-lever action, 30 or 32 in. barrel, tang sight, palm rest, special Schuetzen stock, approx. 23 mfg. in 1903-1904, perhaps the rarest single shot American rifle.
NO. 4 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE Get Pricing .22 S-L-LR, .25 Stevens (barrels marked "25-10"), or .32 Short or Long cal. rimfire, 22 1/2 in. octagon barrel standard with round barrels available late in the series, smooth bore barrel was introduced approx. 1911, blue finish with case hardened frame, solid frame initially followed by takedown in 2 different types (lever release introduced approx. 1901, screw in approx. 1924), this model was Remington's smallest rolling block. Approx. 350,000 mfg. 1890-1933.
No. 4 Rolling Block Rifle Cadet Model Get Pricing similar to Boy Scout, 28 in. barrel, lever takedown, tapered forend, no handguard, no barrel band or bayonet lug, frame unmarked, pre-dates the Boy Scout Model. Mfg. 1911-1912, exceedingly rare.
No. 4-S Rolling Block Rifle Military Get Pricing .22 S-L-LR cal., either marked "MILITARY MODEL" (most common) or "AMERICAN BOY SCOUT" (rare), 28 in. round barrel with musket type forend (1 barrel band), thought to have been used by military academies to train their young cadets.
NO. 5 HIGH-POWER, ROLLING BLOCK SPORTING & TARGET RIFLE Get Pricing various centerfire calibers, including .30-40 Govt, .303 British, etc., round barrel. Manufactured in the early 20th century. Very few made - possibly only 300.
NO. 6 FALLING BLOCK RIFLE Get Pricing .22 S-L-LR or .32 short or long rimfire cal., 20 in. round barrel, boy's gun with small dimensions, takedown action, case hardened (early mfg.) or blue finish, also available in smooth bore, 497,000 mfg. 1901-33.
NO. 7 ROLLING BLOCK RIFLE Get Pricing .22 S, .22 LR, or .25-10 Stev. rimfire cal., constructed on Rem. Model 1871 SS pistol action frame, 24, 26, or 28 in. 1/2 round, 1/2 octagon tapered barrels, marked "REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILION, NY USA" on barrel top flat, distinctive long tang pistol grip stock, checkered pistol grip and forearm, hard rubber buttplate, available in Target or Sporting configurations, with or w/o special Lyman tang mounted sight, ser. no. range 300,000. Last of the Rolling Block Rifles, very desirable. Approx. 350 mfg. 1903-10.
REMINGTON KEENE MAGAZINE BOLT ACTION RIFLE Get Pricing .45-70 Govt., .40, or .43 cal. Approx. 5,000 mfg. 1880-1888.
Remington Keene Magazine Bolt Action Rifle Frontier Model Get Pricing those made for U.S. Dept. of Interior (Indian Police), marked U.S.I.D. will command a 75% premium.
Remington Keene Magazine Bolt Action Rifle Carbine Model Get Pricing 20 in. barrel, half stock, very limited mfg.
Remington Keene Magazine Bolt Action Sporting Rifle Get Pricing 1/2 oct. barrel, full or "BUTTON" mag. Add for pistol grip and select wood variations.
REMINGTON-LEE MAGAZINE BOLT ACTION RIFLE (MODEL 1879) Get Pricing marked "Lee Arms Co., Bridgeport, Conn, USA, patented Nov. 4th, 1879" on upper left flat of receiver but all rifles were made at E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, NY. Remington, on April 1, 1881, acquired all the materials, fixtures and tooling from Sharps to complete the US Navy contract, and used the Lee-Borchardt projected nose magazine or the Lee-Cook magazine with the sliding detent on the side.
U.S. Navy First Contract Get Pricing .45-70 Govt. cal., 29 in. barrel, one piece bolt, bolt handle is forward and part of the right locking lug, serial numbers 1-300, US Navy Insp. WWK & HN, 300 delivered January 1882.
U.S. Navy Non-Contract Get Pricing .45-70 Govt. cal., 29 in. barrel, Remington Rolling Block front and rear sights, bolt handle is forward and part of the right locking lug, serial number range 301 - 1300, US Navy Insp. WMF, 700 delivered late 1884.
Military Non-Contract Get Pricing .43 Spanish cal., 29 or 32 in. barrel, one piece bolt with the bolt handle moved to the classic Lee bent down position behind the right receiver wall, serial numbers 1301 - 7000, over 3,900 were sold to the Chinese Govt. in June 1884.
REMINGTON LEE MAGAZINE RIFLE (MODEL 1882) Get Pricing marked "Lee Arms Co., Bridgeport, Conn, USA, Patented Nov. 4th, 1879" on upper left flat of receiver and "E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, NY, USA, Sole Manufacturers and Agents" on the left receiver side wall, uses the Lee-Diss box magazine with two grooves on the side, one-piece bolt with the bolt handle bent down and back of the right receiver wall.
U.S. Army Trials Get Pricing .45-70 Govt. cal., 32 1/2 in. barrel, serial number range 8800 - 9800, 750 were delivered September 1884 to the US Army, US Army Insp. DFC stamped on receiver, barrel and in a boxed script on the buttstock, field tested in 1885, withdrawn, declared surplus and about 400 were sold to a Boston arms dealer, these were later sold to the Massachusetts Naval Brigade and had stamped or painted unit markings applied to the buttstock. Front and rear sights are of the US Springfield pattern.
Chinese Contract Get Pricing .45-70 Govt. or .43 Spanish cal., 20 1/2 (carbine), 28, 29, or 32 in. barrel, serial number range est. 11000 - 25000, over 14,000 produced starting in late 1884, around serial number 14000 the Lee Arms Co. markings were discontinued and the E. Remington & Sons markings moved to the upper left flat on the receiver, Chinese ideograms stamped on receiver ring. The Chinese defaulted on the contract in mid 1885, Remington resold the rifles after removing the Chinese markings, some rifles were fitted with a bayonet lug on the side of the barrel for a saber bayonet, front and rear sights are of the rolling block pattern.
REMINGTON LEE MAGAZINE RIFLE (MODEL 1885) Get Pricing 32 in. barrel, marked "E. Remington & Sons, Ilion, NY, USA, Sole Manufacturers and Agents, Patented Nov. 4th, 1879", serial number range 41000 - 47000, action revised to accept the new two piece bolt with separate bolt head, uses the Lee-Diss box magazine with two grooves on the side. Mfg. after the 1886 bankruptcy and 1888 reorganization of E. Remington & Sons.
U.S. Navy Contract Get Pricing .45-70 Govt. cal., 32 1/2 in. barrel, serial number range 50001 - 54000, front and rear sights are of the US Springfield pattern, over 3,400 were accepted by the US Navy from 1888 to 1894, marked on the receiver ring - USN over anchor over Navy serial number over US Navy inspector, the Naval serial numbers range from 1001 to over 4000, the Navy inspectors are: WWK, HHE, ACD, CEC, HE, and SWV, a few rifles were issued without being inspected.
REMINGTON LEE SMALL BORE MAGAZINE RIFLE (MODEL 1899) Get Pricing marked "Remington Arms Company, Ilion, NY, USA, Patented Aug, 26th, 1884, Sept. 9th, 1884, March 17th, 1885, Jan. 18th 1887", two-piece bolt with two locking lugs on the bolt head, uses the Lee-Diss box magazine with three grooves on the side.
Michigan National Guard Contract Get Pricing .30-40 Govt. cal., 29 1/2 in. barrel, serial number range 100001 - 102200. 1,001 shipped in 1898 and 1,000 in 1899.
Cuban Contract Get Pricing .30-40 Govt. cal., 20 (carbine) or 29 1/2 (rifle) in. barrel, serial number range 1 - 3000. 2,600 carbines and 400 rifles shipped to Cuba in 1905, the Cuban Coat of Arms and serial number are stamped on the receiver ring, in 1914 a number of the carbines and rifles were returned to Remington, the Cuban crest polished off, reblued and, in 1915, 1,153 carbines sold to the French Army for their Automobile Corps.
REMINGTON LEE SPORTING & TARGET RIFLES Get Pricing The original 1879 Lee Arms catalog advertised a sporting rifle "to be made in the ensuing season". Only a few handmade, tool room model sporters were made at Sharps and at least one of these has the turned down bolt handle, a search of period E. Remington & Sons advertising from 1881 to 1888 has not turned up any mention of Remington Lee sporters, the Keene sporter apparently met the need for a bolt action sporter and any factory Remington Lee sporter from this period should be considered a tool room model.
Remington Lee M1885 Get Pricing .43 Spanish, .44-77, .45-70 Govt., or .45-90 cal., 26 in. round barrel, the 1904-05 Remington Arms catalog advertised Remington Lee sporters, based on the US Navy M1885 action, checkered half pistol grip stock with rifle buttplate and two points facing the action, serial number range 54000.
Remington Lee M1899 Get Pricing 6mm USN, 7mm Spanish Mauser, 7.65 Belgian Mauser, .30-30 Win., .30-40 Krag, .303 British, .32 Win. Spl., .32-40 B&W High Power, .35 Win., .38-55 High Power, .38-72 or .405 Win. cal., the Standard Grade sporter has 24, 26 (standard), or 28 in. round barrel, checkered half pistol grip stock with rifle buttplate and two points facing the action, Standard Grade, Heavy Weight sporter has 24 and 26 in. heavy barrel, express sights, checkered half pistol grip stock with shotgun buttplate and three points facing the action, Special Remington Lee Sporter is high grade, 26 in. half round, half octagon barrel, select extra fine checkered English walnut stock, shotgun butt with center grain exposed and heel and toe steel tips and five points facing the action, wind gauge front Lyman sight and aperture rear sight, the standard three grooves on the side Lee-Diss magazine was used, to accommodate the shorter cartridges the .30-30, .32 Win. and .32-40 B&W magazines have a rear spacer while the .38-55 magazine has a front spacer. Serial number range 75001-76446. A total of 1,446 factory sporters were shipped from 1899 to 1909.
MODEL 1903-A3 MAGAZINE BOLT RIFLE Get Pricing please refer to listing under Springfield Armory.
MODEL 1917 ENFIELD (REMINGTON MFG.) Get Pricing mostly mfg. by the Remington plants in Eddystone, PA and Ilion, NY. Please refer to listings under Enfield.
REMINGTON-BEALS SPORTING RIFLE Get Pricing .32 Long Rimfire or .38 Long Rimfire cal., Fordyce Beals invented a single-shot, breechloading rifle that would bear his name--the Remington-Beals Single-Shot Rifle. The breech of this rifle is opened by lowering the under-lever, which slides the barrel forward. Two chamberings of this rifle were made between 1866 and 1872. Both iron (early production) and brass-framed receivers were made. The under-powered rifle was not very popular, as fewer than 900 were made in seven years of production.
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