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Old November 26, 2008, 02:53 PM   #10
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One man's trash is another man's treasure.

This summer, I sold an 80% condition .22LR #4 solid-frame Remington RB for $375, and a home-made-cased 85% .32 Colt Short Rimfire that had a centerfire conversion for $495 - both to FFL dealers.

Mesa - That .22 roller sounds like a Remington #4, which was a "boy's rifle" sold from the 1890's through the 1920's.
There were a few changes, mostly from octagon to round barrel and from a solid frame to a weaker take-down frame with a takedown lever on the receiver ring side.
The octagon barreled one you saw sounds like an earlier, pre-1911 make.

The serial number on them is on the barrel underside, just ahead of the forend tip - along with a bore size (.22/.32/etc) designation.

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