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Rifle on its way to me is ser #03761 with date code EK. October /1941 I believe.
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Miracle trigger?

What serial number range was the miracle trigger introduced? Or maybe what year it became standard?
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What serial number range was the miracle trigger introduced? Or maybe what year it became standard?
January 1940.
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I have two 37's #07879 FTT and 08745 WWL (might be WWI) bad stamp can you tell when they were made? Thanks Litetrigger PS they out shoot my 40X
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I have two 37's #07879 FTT and 08745 WWL (might be WWI) bad stamp can you tell when they were made? Thanks Litetrigger PS they out shoot my 40X
Thank you for the info on your 37's sir, they will be added to the list. Could the barrel date code of FTT possibly be ETT? To the best of my knowledge there was no F in the barrel date code lettering sequencing. ETT would be November, 1948. WWL is February 1950.
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Thank you sir, your info has ben added to the list. Very interesting, yours is the highest serial number I have recorded. is there possibly a 3rd letter in the date code?

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Old 09-21-2015, 08:45 AM
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Another one for your research.

I just got a 37 this past saturday 9/19/15. the serial # is 00495 and the barrel code is PF for June 1937.
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I just got a 37 this past saturday 9/19/15. the serial # is 00495 and the barrel code is PF for June 1937.
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Is there a place we can view the spreadsheet so far? That is an awesome idea and very interesing to see what it looks like.
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Is there a place we can view the spreadsheet so far? That is an awesome idea and very interesing to see what it looks like.
No sir there is not. I'm not a computer whiz and don't know of a way to post the spreadsheet and not take up to much space on this website. Upon occasion I have exported it from Excel into PDF format, saved it to my desk top and emailed it to the persons requesting to see it, other than that I'm stumped, sorry.
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Oldman,
Model 37 serial number 00428 is for sale on Gunbroker right now. I believe this number is one of the earliest you might have. Story is that an elderly lady gave the gun to the guy's brother-in-law 20 to 30 years ago. He never shot the gun and eventually gave it to the current seller. Appears to be all original and in reasonable condition. Price may be a bit high.
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Rem 37 Ser. No. 00302, decked out in free rifle garb -- thumbhole stock, butt hook, palm rest, orig spring-loaded sling swivels, PH rear sight with rotating disc for larger/smaller apertures, Redfield Olympic front with aperture inserts.
Bought it more than 30 years ago, will dig it out, get the barrel date info and post pics in a couple of days.
Also have another interesting Rem -- 40x, Ser. No. 500, med/heavy barrel drilled for Redfield Olympics front and back, and have the receiver mount. Its in a heavy (not varmint) stock. Will post pics on that too.
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