Manufactured from 1939 through 1962, the Model 510 Target Master is a solid, tack-driving target and plinking rifle. Ideal for young marksmen, the 510 is prized for its quality, accuracy, and balance. The Model 510 accepts .22 short, long, long rifle, and long rifle shot cartridge ammo, making it simple and inexpensive to get out on the firing range or into the woods. The rifle features an walnut stock, a 25-inch blued barrel, and a right-side bolt safety. When the rifle is cocked, there is a red cocking indicator that sticks out of the rear of the bolt.
As the Scoremaster 511 was manufactured before 1968, these rifles do not have serial numbers. A two or three letter date code (indicating manufacture date) is stamped on left side of the barrel next to the receiver.
Model 511P: The Model 511P had the same specs as the standard model but with a patridge-type blade front sight and a "point-crometer" peep rear sight.
Model 511SB: The Model 511SB was the smooth bore model with open sights.
Model 511X: The Model 511X featured improved sights and was produced from 1965 until 1966
Manufacturer: Remington Arms
Number built: Approx. 381,267
Weight 5.75 lb (2.61 kg)
Length 43 in (110 cm)
Barrel length: 25 in (64 cm)
Cartridge: .22 LR, .22 Long, and .22 Short
Feed system: 6-round or 10-round detachable magazine
Sights: Open or peep