I Have This Old Gun: Remington 11-48

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posted on November 2, 2015

A streamlined version of the Model 11, Remington's 11-48 was the first new semi-automatic scattergun that the company introduced following World War II. Produced from 1949 to 1968, it was available in 12, 16, 20 and 28 gauge and .410 variations.

Our friends at American Rifleman recently took a closer look at the 11-48, one of Big Green's many iconic designs, during an episode of American Rifleman TV. You can catch the entirety of the "I Have This Old Gun" segment with the video embedded above.

For more of the same, visit our sister site at AmericanRifleman.org.

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