1900 schematic

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lightning2923
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1900 schematic

Post by lightning2923 » Tue May 05, 2009 10:09 pm

HEY! I am new so please bare with me. This is my third atempt to post here. Have a Rem. 1900 16ga, 28" damascus barrel, chocked .295lh. 0284 rh. and marked YKEDY ser# 386351 (all remaining parts match) great wood, given to me by a friend who picked up in an estate sale and did not know what to do with it because it had a bent tip on the rh. barrel and had been used as a parts gun. I machined a rod to the choke size in that barrel and fixed it with out heat. I am disabled and can't work but still hunt and will use it to do so. I need a schematic or drawing to see what parts I need and then I can start finding them. I saw a Rem. book on this site but cannot afford the $130 and still fix the gun. Anyone help here would be appreciated. Also can anyone give me any info on this gun? I am not firmilure with the 1894-1900. I know by the ser.# it was made neer the end of their run.
Thanks
Tommy

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Re: 1900 schematic

Post by Researcher » Thu May 07, 2009 10:15 pm

From the serial number your Model 1900 is a fairly late one from 1910.

Here is the cut-away drawing and the parts pictures from a 1908 Remington Arms Co. catalogue --
1908 Catalogue cut-away.jpg
1908 Catalogue cut-away.jpg (56.4 KiB) Viewed 1927 times
1908 Catalogue Parts Diagram.jpg
1908 Catalogue Parts Diagram.jpg (98.13 KiB) Viewed 1927 times
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1901 catalogue cut-away.jpg
1901 catalogue cut-away.jpg (111.93 KiB) Viewed 1927 times
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lightning2923
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Re: 1900 schematic

Post by lightning2923 » Fri May 08, 2009 1:24 am

Thanks. This will help somewhat. I kind of thought by the ser#. and what I knew about the ser#. sequense that it was a kind of late issue.
Tommy

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