The Blue Book of Gun Values shows only one model 2. It's a "NO. 2 Sporting rifle" in .22 and .38 rimfire. That's obviously not it. More info is needed.
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- Fri Feb 24, 2006 7:02 am
- Forum: RS / Post - 1898
- Topic: Requesting info re Rem mdl 2 semiauto Browning Patent 12 ga
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- Thu Feb 23, 2006 9:06 am
- Forum: RR / Post - 1898
- Topic: Need info, Rem 700 7mm mag, / Blued Stainless ???
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I also have one of these rifles. Remington did make "blued" stainless steel barreled 700's (The action is regular steel). I don't think it's conventional bluing though, as stainless won't take regular bluing. I have an idea that it is some kind of paint because I have seen a lot of them at gun shows...
None of my reference books say anything about 30-30 marked model 8. This is very interesting! How many were made like this? Can you tell me more or point me to a place I can check this out? I checked on the Remington web page and it said nothing. I'm not to impressed with their web site so I'm not s...
- Fri Feb 10, 2006 8:18 am
- Forum: RS / Pre - 1899
- Topic: Please help! I don't know what I have!
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According to the Blue Book of Gun Values Rem only made 3 different gauged single barrel shotguns: 1) Model no. 3 Rider Single Barrel: all ga's, single barrel 30 or 32 in., top lever break open, plain pistol grip stock, 25,000 made 1893-1905 2) Model no. 9 Rider Single Barrel: Similar to no. 3 but wi...
If you barrel looks good I would definitely try it. That vintage 700 usually shoots below 1 MOA from the factory. Two of my three 700's shoot one hole groups at 100 yrds. and the other one shoots a 1 inch group at 100 consistently. A barrel change can get expensive. Good barrels can cost as much as ...