There is unfortunately no one stop shop for this task but hopefully with the help of this lense you will be able to find your firearm by manufacturer below and follow their link in order to track your weapon.
Use the links below and please have your model and serial number handy so you can provide it on the corresponding pages in order to find out when your gun was made.
Remington is voluntarily recalling Remington Model 887™ shotguns manufactured from December 1, 2013 through November 24, 2014.
Model 887™ shotguns manufactured before December 1, 2013, and after November 24, 2014 are not subject to this recall.
It's common for a shotgun to have a serial number but no information about the brand name of the weapon.
Since an antique shotgun can be worth a lot of money -- ranging in value from hundreds to several thousands of dollars -- it's a good idea to use the serial number to obtain as much information about the gun as possible, including its year of manufacture and number of similar shotguns that were produced. Use your computer to go to the manufacturer's website and see if they keep information about serial numbers.
They are working our Mossberg mags in as they can, and panic buying of what you can't get also seems to be the rule (if you don't have them then I'd better order 3 or 4 etc.).
A: Contact Havlin Sales and Service at 636-937-6401 or
Many of the most commonly requested parts are remanufactured or located through salvage.
I have contacted Remington and they confirmed that information above is correct.
A serial number can be a crucial bit of information in determining the value of a shotgun.