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I have an antique Remington Arm Co. Inc. model 10, 12 gauge pump shotgun made by Ilion Works in Ilion, New York. There are three patent dates stamped on the barrel, Feb 3, 1903; May 16,1905; and March 30, 1926. I was wondering when these were actually manufactured, and about how much they go for? It has an extra barrel with it, and the butt stock isn't original. It's a bottom ejecting shotgun and I think all you can shoot out of it is 2 and 3/4 inch shells.
 

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I have an antique Remington Arm Co. Inc. model 10, 12 gauge pump shotgun made by Ilion Works in Ilion, New York. There are three patent dates stamped on the barrel, Feb 3, 1903; May 16,1905; and March 30, 1926. I was wondering when these were actually manufactured, and about how much they go for? It has an extra barrel with it, and the butt stock isn't original. It's a bottom ejecting shotgun and I think all you can shoot out of it is 2 and 3/4 inch shells.
Joe, The Model 10 was made from the model 1908 starting in 1911 , it was renamed the Model 10, and manufactured until 1929. the 32 inch full choke barrell adds 10% TO THE VALUE, Now if it were all Original and mint it would be worth more, but with buttstock replaced, depending on condition about
350-400 if it is 90%. 2 3/4" is all you can shoot!
Hope this helps!
Rich
 
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