Adjust? You mean to remove or tighten? There is a threaded tightening bolt right in front of the receiver over the barrel.
Remington Model 24 serial no#s were from 00001 to 130,425.Don't know what you mean by long spur and rifle model RW408700?
Doesn't mean anything other then it's a model 1100.The serial won't help you unless you call Remington but It's date stamped on the barrel. Check the Remington Society of America's manufactured date link for details.
Markings typically include model, The Remington trademark, date of manufacture, test marks, inspectors, and proof mark. In some cases it may be a factory repair mark, or indication of Magnaflux testing. See the link below for an illustration of barrel code markings. Note these are for REMINGTON only.
The anchor marking is a final inspection proofmark. It has no connotation with any naval service. www.countrygunsmith.net
KD stands for damascus barrel I do not know what the Y stands for. You should not fire the gun with a damascus barrel because it is weaker and might explode with modern shells
I don't see dbl in Remington, if you mean the dbl in general when when referring to a Remington firearm that's double as in double barrel shotgun, derringer, etc.
Which ones? The barrel? That's a date code. Check Remington Society of America - manufactured date link.
The 1100 designation for a Remington shotgun is the model number. Remington makes the 1100 model in a trap version and a field version.
I'm assuming that you are referring to the Remington Model Eleven? (11) shotgun? That anchor stamp is most likely that of an inspector who was issued that stamp symbol and stamped the barrel after it was "proofed", which means that it survived a higher pressure load than what would normally be used for hunting, etc.
On the barrel in front of receiver would tell you it was made in Oct 1941.
It's a model designation that Remington uses, i.e., Remington 11-87.
The ones on the left side of the barrel by receiver are the date of manufacture code see related links for information on the Remington Society of America.
The B means B grade wood,and the dl means deluxe grade.Thus you have a B deluxe grade model of the remington model 700.
I have no idea what you mean. Every Remington shotgun ever made was designated as a shotgun, and had a model name or number. If you clarify your question, maybe someone can help.
i assume you mean gauge it depends on what you have Remington 870 is made in several different gauges it says what gauge you have on the top or side of the barrel
I think you mean a Sportmaster 512, Remington didn't make a Model 52. In MINT, like new condition around $300.-
Diagram and table on related link
Do you mean the Remington model 700 bolt action rifle?Marlin never made a model 700 to the best of my knowledge.
I think you mean a Model 12 RIFLE, have tables for serial but I can't post all that or if it's made after 1920 somewhere after serial 572,000 it's date code stamped on the barrel with month and year. See related links to a pointer to a table on the Remington Society of America.
This means there is no "choke" or narrowing of the barrel at the muzzle.
If you mean the US Rifle, Caliber 30, Model of 1917, manufactured by Remington, these were produced only in 1917-1918.
Cartridge retainer?The 12 has a cartridge tube magazine under the barrel, you mean a cartridge deflector? I've never seen one on a 12, that would belong to a 24.