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I picked up a Remington Mohawk 48, with 20 inch barrel. Its 4+1. Recoil operated. Fired everything I put in it so far.

My thing is I can't find anything about these Mohawks. So im looking for any info.
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Here you go:

https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C...67.9g8ezBX-fp8
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I already looked at all that. Much of it is opinions and not facts. I can't seem to find more on it then that.
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I already looked at all that. Much of it is opinions and not facts. I can't seem to find more on it then that.
Yeah, it's an older make.
Did see a disassembly/assembly video on there. And the Wiki link has a little about the history, seems it's also known as the 11-48. Maybe that will help.
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They were the cheap version of the 11-48. Birch stock, pressed checkering. 20" barrel seems odd - I'd bet its cut off, check the choke measurements.

It's an ok design and will likely work fine until it wears out. Good luck for parts.
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Have had one since I was a kid and the very first gun I bought used for myself. Still looks brand new. Very reliable gun. Short barrel for that era seems strange, mine is full size.
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They were the cheap version of the 11-48. Birch stock, pressed checkering. 20" barrel seems odd - I'd bet its cut off, check the choke measurements.

It's an ok design and will likely work fine until it wears out. Good luck for parts.
The barrel says remington 20 inch barrel.
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I paid 150 for it so im happy
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They are a copy of the Browning A5 an a cheaper version of wood as stated above.
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They are a copy of the Browning A5 an a cheaper version of wood as stated above.
Nope. The Model 11 was the Remington made A5.
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You can learn more about the basic design by looking for information on the Remington 11-48. Introduced in 1948, it was a rounded back receiver based on the earlier John Browning designed and Remington built Model 11. It remains a long action type gun where the whole barrel will move backwards in the receiver to eject the fired round and load a new one like the Model 11/A5. I have a 11-48 along with a Model 11 and both work well with no issues, but will admit they do kick hard.
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So far I can tell it was the last effort they made to sell leftover parts due to the 1100 coming out. It was sold to outlet stores and hardware stores at a much cheaper price. I can't find anything about the barrel. But it is not cut down and does say Remington and mohawk 48 on it. But shoots well and eats everything I put into it so it's going to be a truck gun I believe. Super handy with the 20-inch barrel and full-length stock. Short barrel doesn't seem to affect it any like some semi autos. It is recoil driven so that's one thing and you do feel alot of the recoil when you fire it. but 150 bucks its still a firearm and it shoots
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Latest Blue Book sez the 48 is getting pretty good values when one comes up for sale. Thought I'd get rich, but mine's a 58 and not worth trying to sell, gas operated and limited to three shots.
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I own a 11-48 and while looking up info on it I found this old ad, Remington did offer a 11-48 Riot gun and Mohawks can use the same barrel. Congrats on your new (old) shotgun.

https://www.google.com/search?q=remi...Dg8STj5yK9NJM:
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I own a 11-48 and while looking up info on it I found this old ad, Remington did offer a 11-48 Riot gun and Mohawks can use the same barrel. Congrats on your new (old) shotgun.

https://www.google.com/search?q=remi...Dg8STj5yK9NJM:
See now that is info. I never thought to look for a riot version barrel. Thanks alot on that.
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