Model 8 in 30-30?

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doublecanister
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Model 8 in 30-30?

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I remember reading that some early Model 8's were chambered in 30-30, possibly for special order. Can someone confirm? Has anyone seen one for sale?

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Todd
Remington Model 8, .35 Rem (1909)
Remington Model 8, .32 Rem (1926)
Remington Model 81, .35 Rem (1937)
Remington Model 81, .35 Rem (1941)
Remington Model 81, .300 Savage (1946)
Remington Model 81, 35 Rem (1948)

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Re: Model 8 in 30-30?

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A Model 8 in "30-30" wasn't a special order, this was a production caliber NOT to be confused with the 30-30 Winchester. The Model 8's, upon close inspection, are marked "30-30 REM" which is simply a 30 Remington. Remington changed the name early into production to bar confusion, which continues on to this day!!
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doublecanister
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Re: Model 8 in 30-30?

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Thanks Cam. Very helpful. Good to know.
Todd
Remington Model 8, .35 Rem (1909)
Remington Model 8, .32 Rem (1926)
Remington Model 81, .35 Rem (1937)
Remington Model 81, .35 Rem (1941)
Remington Model 81, .300 Savage (1946)
Remington Model 81, 35 Rem (1948)

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