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Combined 12-gauge "Model 11" and "The Sportsman" serial numbers reached 499,999 on August 1, 1943.
Serial numbers were then jumped to 700,000 and continued. I’ve been looking for a copy of the Tipton Article, I found the back issues but as you stated, no longer available. I don't have much faith in the info on these old guns from Remington, as they are several corporate entities down the road from when these guns were made, and are far more interested in moving new product.
web site, but unfortunately I didn't print off a copy.
"The Sportsman" had a three-bird roll-stamping on each side of the receiver.
The alloy receiver and cheap looking trigger insides didn’t compare well to the 1100. Winchester did beat Remington to the screw chokes though.
Winchester even tried the Hydro-coil stock on the 1400 series.
The 1300 was introduced in 1984 and was discontinued in 2006.
It is a Slide Action shotgun with barrel lengths of 18" to 32" and was made in 12 and 20 gauge.
The last date of manufacture that I have for any of the many 1400 models is 1994.