Remington Model 14


The Remington Model 14 was a pump-action repeating rifle designed for the Remington Arms company by John Pedersen. It is part of a series of rifles that include the Remington Model 14-1/2 and the Remington Model 141, introduced in 1912.  In all, 125,020 Model 14 rifles and Model 14½ rifles were made in the 23 years of production through 1934, when they were discontinued and replaced by Remington Model 141 rifles.


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