Remington 760 35 rem carbine

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cmv82207
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Remington 760 35 rem carbine

Post by cmv82207 » Wed May 22, 2019 9:15 am

Hello, I purchased this very peculiar remington a couple months ago and was wondering if anyone could help me get some documentation for it because remington was not much help. This is what i am assuming is most likely a one of one configuration, built for Roland H Coleman in 1972. Only 456 remington 760 carbines in 35 rem were produced and ended in 1967. This one im sure was not counted towards that number. This one was special ordered for Mr. Coleman in 1972 and build in a "basketweave" BDL left handed configuration. Any help on lettering the gun or more information on it would be helpful, it also has a gold plate embedded in the stock with his initials engraved into which I am assuming was done at the custom shop. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Re: Remington 760 35 rem carbine

Post by Wulfman » Sat May 25, 2019 7:23 pm

I think you assume too much.
And, if Remington can't provide documentation on it, how in the heck are we supposed to?
I don't know if this will help, but in case you haven't read it.......

https://www.remingtonsociety.org/reming ... 00-rifles/


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cmv82207
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Re: Remington 760 35 rem carbine

Post by cmv82207 » Tue May 28, 2019 9:32 am

Yes, I have read that article and own the collectors book by Eugene Myszkowski. I was just reaching out on here to see if someone knew something that I didn't already know. I know exactly what this gun is I was just hoping someone could point in the right direction on documentation.

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Re: Remington 760 35 rem carbine

Post by adirondack » Sun Jun 02, 2019 5:04 pm

Its a cool rifle what ever the history! Enjoy it.

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