Remington Single shot identification
I have just acquired an old Remington single shot that I can not identify!! It is a .32 short or long caliber single shot breech loading rifle with a unique action. The breech block pivots up and exposes the chamber, after the shell is loaded, the breech block swings back down inline and is locked by a stop on the right side of the receiver. A bolt, located in a separate bolt housing is pulled back to cock then fired. The stock is a military style with no barrel bands. The barrel is 22" long and is marked on top: Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. on one line. then: Remington Works,Ilion NY USA-Patented July 22, 1902 on the second line. Open sights are nondescript. The entire action and barrel assembly rest on a flat plate that is 11inches long. I have a photo of the action but I am uncertain how to attach same??