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Remington #6 takedown .22

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Remington #6 takedown .22

Postby SilentHitz » Sat Jul 21, 2012 8:07 am

Got this one on the way. I have a soft spot for the old .22s, they are not only fun little plinkers, but I find them very reliable for filling the camp pot with small game. These are a couple pics I saved off the gunbroker ad.

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Re: Remington #6 takedown .22

Postby fastback65 » Sat Jul 21, 2012 9:08 am

Jim, I have a Model 12 Pump that is a take down. Some idiot drilled it for a scope mount, but other than that it is pretty nice. Octagonal barrel and heavy as all get out. I also have a pair of Model 67 Winchesters, one is like new and the other is very good.
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Re: Remington #6 takedown .22

Postby SilentHitz » Sat Jul 21, 2012 6:48 pm

Sweet, they had a couple of nice 12s listed too, I drooled in the collectable section for days LOL. I didn't have the funds or I woulda wound up with 4 or 5 instead of one. Love the old pumps as well, have a Winny 1906 with almost no blueing left...but fun as hell to shoot.
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Re: Remington #6 takedown .22

Postby medicmike » Sat Jul 21, 2012 7:04 pm

My boy has one just like that. He inherited it from his grandpa. Great shooting little rifle, sure don't see them too often....nice find! :D
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