This is your 24:
Fri Dec 14, 2012 10:55am

Late model are the Series M, N, P, R, and S and have split barrels.

Yours is a 24S, not a 24 Series S.

  • Sorry - I'm confused 24S-Evisket, Thu Dec 13 5:56pm
    The more I read up, the more confused I get about model dating, "early" vs. "late" models, and the like. Like I mentioned in an earlier post, I pulled the 24S-E out of the gun case after about 25... more
    • This is your 24: — Anonymous, Fri Dec 14 10:55am
      • Re: This is your 24:visket, Fri Dec 14 3:17pm
        Is it a 24S Series E then? Are there 24S-Es that are *not* 22lr over 20ga? I'm just getting back into this gun - I never knew there would be so many models/series, and of course, calibers when I... more
        • not series Eee, Fri Dec 14 4:18pm
          There never was built a Series E. There was a 24 E-DL, but that was not a "Series" gun. The only Series Model 24 guns were Series M, Series N, Series P, Series R, and Series S. The 24 S-E was not one ... more
      • Re: This is your 24:visket, Fri Dec 14 2:29pm
        Thanks you - date code solved. However - the date code on the barrel and not the frame? So, how do I get into the frame? The only access point are the trigger group, two "holes" in the rear above and ... more
    • X = 1970ee, Fri Dec 14 7:59am
      See here:
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