Model 10 Pump Shotgun

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Model 10 Shotgun

Overview:

Description: Remington's first pump-action six-shot repeating shotgun
   
Introduction Year: 1908
   
Year Discontinued: 1929
   
Total Production: Approximately 275,600
   
Designer/Inventor: John D. Pederson with improvements by C.C. Loomis and R. Barger
   
Action Type: Pump action repeater
   
Caliber/Gauge: 12 gauge
   
Serial Number Blocks: 001 – 275,600
Serial numbers were preceded by the letter "U"
   
Grades Offered: No. 1 or 10 A - Standard or Field Grade
No. 2 or 10 B - Special Grade
No. 3 or 10 C - Trap Grade
No. 3 Trap Special Grade
No. 4 or 10 D - Tournament Grade
No. 5 or 10 E - Expert Grade
No. 6 or 10 F - Premier Grade
No. 0 Riot Grade
   
Variations: Model 10 Trench Shotgun (World War 1)
Model 10 T – Target Grade which included grades D, E, and F as described above
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