Model 11-48

Description: A lighter, streamlined version, of the Model 11. The first new shotguns to be introduced by Remington after World War II.

Introduction Year: 1949

Year Discontinued: 1969

Total Production: Approximately: 455,600

Designer/Inventor: L.Ray Critendon, Ellis Hailston, and C.R. Johnson

Action Type: Autoloading with a recoiling barrel action

Caliber/Gauge: 12, 16, 20, 28,.410 Gauges

Serial Number Blocks:
12 ga. – Approximately 5,000,000 – 5,172,000*
16 ga. – Approximately 5,500,000 – 5,571,000*
20 ga. – Approximately 5,800,000 – 5,848,000*
28 ga. – Approximately 4,009,000 – 4,027,000*
.410 – Approximately 4,100,000 – 4,125,000*
*Some 12 ga. Models have serial numbers from approximately 20,000 – 213,000

Grades Offered:
Model 11-48A – Standard Grade
Model 11-48R – Riot Grade
Model 11-48B – Special Grade
Model 11-48D – Tournament Grade
Model 11-48F – Premier Grade
Model 11-48 RSS – Rifled Slug Special

Variations:
Sportsman 48
Mohawk 48 (1970 – 1974)

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