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The standard model only goes for about 0 in 100% condition and plain barrel; the Mohawk would be less.
copied from The Firing Line Forums Thanks hattles, I did see that article with my 49 - 59 guess in OP.
Only 1,000 of these were produced in a high-grade wood.
The lawsuit further claims that from May 1, 2006 to April 9, 2014, the X-Mark Pro® trigger mechanism assembly process created the potential for the application of an excess amount of bonding agent, which could cause Model 700 or Seven bolt-action rifles containing such trigger mechanisms to discharge without a trigger pull under certain limited conditions. That applies to Model 700 and Model Seven rifles manufactured between May 1, 2006, and April 9, 2014, and equipped with an X-Mark Pro trigger.Remington admits those guns may have a manufacturing defect that could cause them to fire without a trigger pull, and is offering to retrofit them with a new X-Mark Pro trigger.According to the research information provided by Jim Tipton SN 36,469 would have been produced by the Remington Arms Co. I can't seem to find a good source of information on my 20ga rem Mohawk-48 and years of production. I believe that it's a streamlined model 10 and made between 1949 - 1959. -g I can't seem to find a good source of information on my 20ga rem Mohawk-48 and years of production. I believe that it's a streamlined model 10 and made between 1949 - 1959. -g its the same as the 11-48 and sportsman 58 but it is a 3 shot version. They were basically a streamlined version of the Model 11, which was the Browning Auto 5 as made by Remington. It was not the predecessor of the gas-operated 1100 in a mechanical sense, but it was an earlier Remington semi, and introduced the "streamlined" look now so common to all shotguns.