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Discussion in 'Want To Buy' started by Lonesome Dove, Jun 30, 2019.
salad days.... thats what were in boys... salad days
Sorry not a fan of Remingtons.
Different strokes for different folks.
I guess that I'm Remington-aholic, as I currently own 8 of them in various calibers.
My Remington was my go to gun but in 1981 my brand new BDL deluxe lost it’s bolt knob yep one of those. Remington fixed it and gave me a free hat, sticker, iron on patch. Cool! First trip out and three shots fired the bolt knob hit my foot. Local smith fixed it and gun was traded. Yes I have No love for Remington. Especially anything since they sold out. Just my own opinion.
All but one of my Remington rifles/shotguns are 50+ years old. - MT "pet" Model 760 in .300SAV was made in 1952.
(Fyi, my Remington-made US RIFLE, MODEL of 1917 was REBUILT at SAAD in 1928 & my Model 10 "riot gun" was made in 1914, so some are over 100 years old.)
Note: The Model 10 is stamped: "Not English made", so I suspect (but do not know) that it was sent to the UK in the WWII era. - I bought it for 50 bucks one afternoon at Canton First Monday from a farmer & know ZILCH more about it, other than it shoots FINE.
I know all about Remingtons history and I’ve owned several bolt guns Shotguns and even a 1911. Thank you but my interest has always been with Winchester and others.
As I said, "Different stokes for different folks" & as my grandfather used to say, "Opinions cause horseraces."