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After the 20-gauge version began selling well, 12 and 16 gauge variants of The Sportsman were offered in 1931.Production of The Sportsman variant ended some 18 years later in 1948, when Remington stopped production of the Model 11 family, replacing it with the 11-48.There are various stampings around the barrel, such as an "H", but it's all by itself with no other marks that look like they would go with it.The serial number begins and ends with the letter "V"; would that help? “LIGHT WEIGHT” (“LW”) (ALSO INCLUDES M/1100 “LT”) U 20 GA. H .410 BORE (2 ½” OR 3”)Model 1100 LETTER PREFIX 1964 TO APPROX.I have one with a nicely blued receiver and roll-engraved scenes of a pheasant on one side, and a duck on the other.The barrel is blued, has no rib features a brass bead and is 28 inches long.The Sportsman name was subsequently applied to a variant of the 11-48.
Thank you I just recently purchased a Remington 1100 shotgun that has a serial number on the receiver that is "L79xxxx V". Thanks I just recently purchased a Remington 1100 shotgun that has a serial number on the receiver that is "L79xxxx V". Thanks All the codes above refer to the barrel codes, not the serial number. The Sportsman features the characteristic humpback of several Browning designed, recoil operated long arms.Even the newer Browning A5 features the famed humpback, though it uses an inertia driven action rather than the original’s fierce, recoil operated action.Two rounds might be enough for home-invaders, but there are better options out there despite what Uncle Joe suggests.Take a hint from its name, use it as a sporting gun.