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It was manufactured during the first half of the 20th century. The one I have is a pump action. I was just wondering if anyone can tell me more about this gun.
 

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remington lists the model 30 as a bolt action. is there any other numbers or markings to help us along?

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Talking about this gun always makes me feel like a special olympics flunkie....

The only identifying marks on it is a standard engraving on the barrel that says "Remington 30" or "30 Remington". I would check for sure but I am not at home. Anyway, it is most definitely a pump action.
 

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.30_Remington

thats the caliber denotation. look here and match the rifle model

http://www.remington.com/library/history/firearm_models/

more than likely its either a model 14, 14 1/2 or 141. model 25s were only made in WCF calibers and anyhting newer is all 30-06 or derivative rounds.

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I'd say based on the info available on that second link, its gotta be the 141. there is no pic for that one, but the year is right, and the caliber is right. i'll check for sure when i get home. the pics of the 14 and 14 1/2 lack the slide release button that is visible on the picture of the 25. i am positive that the one i have has the slide release button.
 
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