5/19/22 - This is a very nice example of a Remington Model 11 Riot Gun issued to the US Military during WW2. The gun is all matching, is "US" property marked, and has the proper military flaming bomb acceptance proofs on the receiver and barrel. The stock has the proper cross canon military cartouche and the correct "FJA" Frank Atwood inspection initials. The left side of the receiver is also marked "S.F.C.D.", indicating this gun ended up with the San Francisco Civil Defense. The wrist of the stock is also marked "CD" and has a "B2" rack number painted in white. Overall, the gun is in very nice condition. There is some spotty wear on the underside of the receiver, but there isn't much actual finish loss overall. However, there are light scratches and scuffs on both sides of the receiver and some small spots of patina here and there. There is a very light letter "F" scratched into the left side of the receiver. The stock is nice, but there are minor bruises and scratches throughout. Minty bore.