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Thank you all in advance for reading and rsponding to yet another Model 1100 identification posting.I have read all the posts I could find here on the Society web site as well as the wonderful article on the history of the Model 1100 and the manufacture date information yet with all of that very helpful information I am still stumped by the Model 1100 that I have here.Remington never (*) used serial numbers to identify the date of manufacture of it's firearms, they however stamped a date code (spelled out below) by the first letter meaning the month and the last letter the year of manufacture. On the RH side of the barrel will be a Magnaflux, Remington proof & a test mark If a gun is returned to the factory as a fire damaged, or blown up firearm, the factory will stamp it as a prefix to their date code with a #4 on the barrel and return it un-repaired.
If a specific Remington firearm has a serial number, Remington Customer Service is always the first source which should be checked for date of manufacture as they would be the definitive source.If you find marks on the underside of the barrel, they will more than likely be fitters or assembly marks, which mean nothing as to dating the firearm.I have seen one EARLY 740 S/N 54,9XX that has a barrel date coded May of 1969, which apparently had been sent back to the factory and rebarreled with a original 740 barrel instead of a 742 which was in production at that time.So, if the barrel is not original to the specific firearm in question the date code may be meaningless.
Also if there is a custom or aftermarket barrel installed it will not have these factory codes.You will notice the year code repeats itself, but over 20 years difference, so even if it was used on the same model, in all likelihood sights or stocks would be different which would indicate the different date.