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by .35 Rem Fan
Tue Aug 04, 2009 7:23 pm
Forum: Q & A about the 8/81
Topic: Remington Date Codes
Replies: 0
Views: 7829

Remington Date Codes

Maybe I just haven't found this yet on the site, but here is a link to the barrel date codes Remington has used since 1921 to designate month and year of production. Before 1921 the serial number list I did find is useful, but after this will give a more accurate date for any Remington model since 1...
by .35 Rem Fan
Tue Aug 04, 2009 7:11 pm
Forum: Q & A about the 8/81
Topic: Metric designation for .35 Remington
Replies: 2
Views: 2370

Re: Metric designation for .35 Remington

Thank you both. Trying to find information on the cartridge on the internet was really a frustrating experience. The only reference to 9mm Browning I found were the 9mm Browning Long pistol cartridge. I might not be around a lot, but this is a very interesting site about one of the most interesting ...
by .35 Rem Fan
Mon Aug 03, 2009 10:58 pm
Forum: Welcome Wagon
Topic: New Guy .35 Rem Fan
Replies: 4
Views: 1662

New Guy .35 Rem Fan

Finally, a web-site where someone else appreciates the old Browning rifles. I am an official old-fart who has been collecting, shooting,reloading and gunsmithing in various capacities for the past 50+ years. I am a retired LEO (19 yrs. ago) now selling insurance. I have been a working gunsmith, mili...
by .35 Rem Fan
Mon Aug 03, 2009 10:41 pm
Forum: Q & A about the 8/81
Topic: Metric designation for .35 Remington
Replies: 2
Views: 2370

Metric designation for .35 Remington

Don't know if you will think this an odd first post or not. To date I haven't been able to buy Henline's book which could answer this question. I glanced at the link to the FN 1900 outtake and it only raised more questions. Here is the question, sort of. I have always had the idea that the FN 1900 p...