No. Remington shotguns are made in the USA.
No. Remington has never made product for Charles Daly. The Remington 'Spartan' line of shotguns is made in Russia, where Charles Daly shotguns are made in Spain, Italy and Turkey. email@example.com
Try this link from Remington. http://www.remington.com/library/history/firearm_models/shotguns/model_10.asp
All Remington model 870 shotguns were made in the Unites states.The Remington plant was located in Ilion,New York.
There are many websites and companies that offer Remington shotguns for sale. Some of these websites and companies are Amazon, Walmart and official Remington website.
Remington has made many thousands of 12 gauge shotguns in dozens of different models/configurations.
Baikal isn't made buy Remington; it just has the name stamped on the side. It is made by baikal of russia
The first year that the Rem Choke or screw in choke on Remington shotguns was 1986. It made the already famous Remington 870 even more popular.
yes, during WWI, Remington made thousands of Moisin Nagant rifles for Marist Russia. Few were delivered before Russia collapsed in revolution.
One might recognize the two names Browning and Remington. They still make 16 gauge shotguns, as do a few other manufacturers.