You can look on remington’s website, but judging by the serial number it should have been made in 1980.
it is because of of the area it was made in.
I bought mine in the late 70’s (1978) for $99
VO2 decrease with age
Bronze preceded iron as a widely worked metal due to the fact that the metals which make bronze are easily recovered from their ores, and the resulting alloy is soft enough to be easily worked with the raw materials which READ MORE
Proofhouse.com has sn tables you can look it up on.
manufactured in 1949
domestic animals, fish , berries, fruit , porridge , wheat , barley and corn.
The development of iron ended the bronze age. The bronze age was calle the bronze age because the main thing used to make tools was bronze, so when they developed iron tools the name changed