Since this was a “product improvement” to the Model 24 autoloader, royalties continued to be paid to John M. The barrel on the new Model 121 was longer than its predecessor, the stock and forend were larger, and some internal parts were strengthened to accommodate the newer high-velocity ammunition.The interrupted thread concept was continued, but the Model 241 system was significantly different.For example, serial number 121000 was manufactured in March 1949 according to the barrel code. To add to the confusion, duplicate serial numbers were issued on 200 Model 241s (serial number 60669 to 60869 in October 1941).The serial numbering system cycled back to 60669 after 60869 was stamped.According to Remington ads, the take-down system was similar to that in the Remington Model 37 shotgun.It was also very similar to the Charles Barnes designed system used on the Model 16.We see 24doesn't have DMOZ record that is why we don't think this site is secure to surf but since DMOZ wants money to add your site to Dmoz we can't say this site is 100% secure or not.Meet 100's of single professionals who attend our unique speed dating events, themed nights and parties.
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The Model 241 was a big brother to the Model 24 (similar to the Model 121’s replacement of the Model 12 slide-action .22 rifle).
In fact, Remington’s earliest advertising stated this to be “a man-sized gun” which was “bigger – heavier – and better” than the Model 24 it replaced.
Model 241 SA or Model 241 LA Standard Grade .95 Model 241 SC or Model 241 LC Special Grade .30 Model 241 SD or Model 241 LD Peerless Grade .00 Model 241 SE or Model 241 LE Expert Grade 6.80 Model 241 SF or Model 241 LF Premier Grade 2.00 These dates and numbers are from Remington Archives records.
However, the dates and serial numbers appear to become increasingly inaccurate after 1946, with serial numbered guns showing production codes several years later than indicated in the factory records.