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Remington Model 11 question

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by iolacowgirl, Sep 2, 2008.

  1. iolacowgirl

    iolacowgirl New Member

    I bought my son a Remington Model 11 shotgun at a pawn shop. How do I find out the year it was made and what it is worth? Are there any free sites to look this up? It looks like a Browning shotgun. Thanks for any help. I'm new to this site.:confused:
  2. Ash

    Ash Well-Known Member

    It is a license-built A-5. Indeed, there was a time when the Browning A-5's were indeed made by Remington (during occupation). Older 11's have the safety in the trigger guard (works kind of like a Garand, where you stick you finger in the trigger guard and push the safety forward). Later ones have the safety mounted on the trigger guard like the later Remington shotguns.

    Remington's site


    Parts Diagram


    Look up the date here (possibly)


    Welcome to the site.

  3. Dave McCracken

    Dave McCracken Moderator In Memoriam

    Welcome,cowgirl. Use the search feature, plenty of us have the 11s.
  4. Jeff Mull

    Jeff Mull Active Member


    The M11 is a classic John Browning design, made from 1905 to shortly after WW2

    You already know the value as you just bought one. The value is set by what a willing buyer pays a willing seller. But in the grand scheme of things most M11's sell for $200 to $300.

    Post the serial number and I'll be able to date it for you.


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