Remington factory conversions

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Kanketchum
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Remington factory conversions

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Can anyone tell me if there is a source available for serial numbers and corresponding manufacturing dates for Remington new model navy factory conversions.

ehull
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The latest RSA journal, 2nd Qtr 2018, has a long article from the late Don Ware specifically on on these Navy large frame revolver conversions.

Kanketchum
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Thanks for the response. How might I gain access to the article on Navy conversion by Mr. Ware.

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You might join RSA for the nominal fee, which includes 4 journals a year and access to lots of info, or look elsewhere on this website for purchasing back issues.

Kanketchum
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Thanks, I will join up for the journals.

CALIBRE44
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Kanketchum: Look close at the display. You will see a nice Navy, and some others, Army, SA Belt, Police and Pockets..........Jim
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Journal search (no 2018 yet getting to it ;)
https://www.remingtonsociety.org/journa ... urnals.php

Kanketchum
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Thanks for the photo. I have a nickel plated thirty eight rim fire ass. no. 744 serial no. 408C7 like the one in the display. It is a part of my gun's that won the west display.

CALIBRE44
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What model is the .38rf..Never saw a Rem serial number with a "C", you sure it is not a "0". Pictures would help....Jim

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It's a New Model Navy and it looks like a "C" to me. I think I have heard of an R7 but not certain. I will try to post a picture.

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My try at a photo of the serial number under the grip.
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Sure looks like a "C".. Maybe one of the experts will have a answer for us....Jim

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Does the serial number under the barrel match the one on the frame?

Bill

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Yes it does. It is stamped lightly but the 08C7 and 744 are clearly visible. This gun is completely original except for the possible replacement of the ejector rod.

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