It all depends on the caliber of the rifle because some have a floor plate that allows you to load quickly while others have no floor plate.There are some Remington Model 700s that can be purchased with a detachable box magazine, which allows you to fire more ammunition.Model 700s can be ordered with different barrel, caliber and stock configurations.If you understand these configurations then you can request them from most gun dealers. The Remington Model 700 was based on previous Remington models that came after World War II. Click for more info This little Remington Model 522 is just like new and perhaps even unfired. Walnut stock in generally VG condition with a repair at the wrist and retaining a considerable amount of original varnish. Click for more info 30-06 has 22 inch barrel with original sights. Checkered walnut with original butt plate and pistol grip cap. The blue has a few very minor marks as does the walnut stock and forearm. Click for more info A great, solid Remington 742 Woodmaster chambered in .280 Remington. Click for more info Selling a very clean nylon 66 no crack or scratches Shoots great cycles every ammo ive feed through gun. Has threaded barrel unknown thread pattern / size or specs. Click for more info • Firearms are subject to pending sales.Click for more info REMINGTON 742 WOODSMASTER IN .308 CAL., WITH 22" BARREL. RIfle is used mecahnically it is in good condition with a good bore, cosmetically it has alot of character and is in fair condition. Click for more info Remington Nylon 66, 22 semi auto. Click for more info Remington, M-8, .30 REM, MFG 1911-1936, patented by John Browning, 22" bbl, bright shiny bore, good rifling, Parkerized finish, matching numbers, missing magazine spring and follower, wood stock ... Project Rifle or Parts Gun Remington Model 7400 .30-06 has a barrel, receiver, and trigger group.The original version of the Remington 1100 shotgun came out only in the 12 gauge in 1963, followed by the 16 gauge and 20 gauge in 1964, and finally the .410 gauge Remington 1100 in 1969.
For shotguns with removeable barrels, the code will be valid for the manufacture of the barrel; maybe for the receiver, as barrels do get switched around.
(revised 2015) Production of the Nylon 66 started in 1959 and ran until 1989. The standard model had a brown stock (called Mohawk Brown) with blue metal. Variations included a green stocked version (Seneca Green), a black stock and chrome receiver version called “Apache black” and a black stock rifle with a blued receiver cover called the “Black Diamond”.
The “Black Diamond” model started production in 1978 and ran until all Nylon 66 models were stopped in 1987.
The barrel date code dates this gun to the first year of production. This would be a great specimen to add to the collect ... Click for more info Remington 760 in 30-06 with weaver K4 scope, 22" barrel. Email me if you would like these pics sent to you, they will come throug ... • Although we strive for accuracy, we are not responsible for picto ...
It is a model that was only available for a very short time. REMINGTON MODEL 742 WOODSMASTER, RECEIVER ROLL ENGRAVED WITH GRIZZLY LEFT SIDE AND WHITE ... • Replies to emails may take 24-72 hours to respond to (excluding weekends).