Serial number 4415xx dates to 1968. The .22 caliber Remington Nylon 66 has a claim to fame - it's the world's first plastic gun. On the Hunt for Remington Nylon 66 Rifle Parts. Just in front of the sight it says: "PAT. williamcprice wrote:I just recently purchased a Remington 1100 shotgun that has a serial number on the receiver that is "L79xxxxV". One of the best features of the Nylon 66 is that it doesn’t need oil. *There were 800 smoothbore Model 10's were manufactured with 19 5/8 th inch barrels which is the standard lenght. The model number is on the grip cap. References [ edit ] ^ a b c "Nylon 66 Autoloading Rifle" . ). I'm trying to figure out when it was made and from what I read on a site it stated the first letter would be the month and then the first two numbers would be the year (so mine would be Feb 1979?!? I am trying to find out some info on my Remington Nylon 66. Shooters either loved it or despised it. If you are looking for more information about your particular Remington firearms, then the serial number can give you some useful insight into the date of manufacture of your specific gun. Remington Nylon 66 .22lr for sale online. your serial number 33486 is to low for the 1903a3 serial number range. I can't seem to find the serial number. Remington Nylon 66, 22LR Semi Auto Rifle Description: Remington Nylon 66,22LR Semi Auto Rifle,Mohawk Brown,19-5\8" Barrel,Butt Tube Feed,Very good Stock, Some minor Pitting,on Reciever Cover and Barrel! I hafta admit the old shooter still does a fine job... you can see how badly I've abused it PEND. Since year codes are often duplicated, a code letter on a gun with a serial number would be later than 1967 while one without a serial number would be a year prior to 1967. Since year codes are often duplicated, a code letter on a gun with a serial number would be later than 1967 while one without a serial number would be a year prior to 1967. You have a Remington Nylon 66, made from the late 1950s until the late 1980s. PEND. This one bears no serial number so it was made pre-1969. The bottom circular part of the stock says: "Remington Nylon 66" Remington 22 L.R ONLY EN 34" On the back of the stock it says: "REMINGTON ARMS CO. INC. ILION, NY." Three months later in 1968 the serial number started with 419012 and went to serial number 473710. I've read articles by some who say they never cleaned their Nylon and it never failed them. Three months later in 1968 the serial number started with 419012 and went to serial number 473710. Call me stupid. *The total production of smooth bore nylon Model 10's is 2000 guns . My youngest son still has his and it is serial numbered and my Remington Nylon 76 Trail Rider (nothing more than a Remington LEVER ACTION Nylon 66) also wears a serial number. The serial numbers were located on the bottom of the barrel, below and just back a bit from the front sight. The bottom circular part of the stock says: "Remington Nylon 66" Call me stupid. In the picture below, you will see an example from a newer Remington 597 rifle with a manufacturing date of April 2006. Remington started numbering Nylon rifles in 1967 starting with #40000-419011. It's in pretty good shape after a thorough cleaning. I'm not that guy. Remington's nylon 66 .22 LR rifle was the result of a serious effort to reduce manufacturing costs. Remington added serial numbers in 1967 staring with 400,000.