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other remingtons

Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 1:21 pm
by olskool
Image has anyone got one of these? it is my 1935 transition in 30 rem. it is the only one i have ever encountered. they were not stamped game-master, just 141 and a model 14 22in barrel.

Re: other remingtons

Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 2:27 pm
by 81police
classic pump action! Excellent picture :D

Re: other remingtons

Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 2:44 pm
by Adam Lee
olskool wrote:[has anyone got one of these? it is my 1935 transition in 30 rem. it is the only one i have ever encountered. they were not stamped game-master, just 141 and a model 14 22in barrel.
I do not have one, but you are right in that they do exist. Nice to know one is in good hands! I think I read about these Model 14/Model 141 "transition" guns on the Remington Society site - the companion site to this one. http://www.remingtonsociety.org/remingt ... -carbines/

Nice rifle!

Adam

Re: other remingtons

Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 4:57 pm
by Adam Lee
olskool,

(please remind me your Christian name!) I just spent about 20 minutes surfing through your gun pics photo album, and I gotta tell you - I like!

Your Garand - what is the data on that nice rifle? Great lumber BTW! Super figuring on that stock!

All those fine old S&W's - even though I'm a Ruger owner, I look forward to acquiring some of the Smith models you've taken pics of. Like that composition with the original .38 Special ammo in the pics.

Like that Savage 99 - what caliber is she, and what vintage? A 99 is on my list.....in .300 Savage....

I am hoping to come across a "project" Model 14 like the one you cut down to a carbine length gun - always amazed by the figuring on that wood, dang it!
Actually, I was enjoying looking over all the guns in your photo album, even if I don't plan on a Model 77 Ruger in my future - nice to see anyway!

take care - and thanks for sharing the photos, especially now that my wife and I are about to spend 2-3 days hunkered down waiting for this blizzard event to pass!

Adam Lee

Re: other remingtons

Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2016 9:38 am
by olskool
Image well if you like rugers here you go, my 1984 model 77 mannlicher in 243 with a usa made steel burris 1-3/4x5 i found the gun in a pawn shop and added the scope.

Re: other remingtons

Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2016 9:43 am
by olskool
Image one more for u Adam lee, it has my home made sling on it. it shoots real tight....

Re: other remingtons

Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2016 12:07 pm
by Adam Lee
I have always liked the Mannlicher stocked rifles - your 77 is hard to beat!

And what's the story about your M1 Garand in your photo album? Just curious. Killing time in post-blizzard Virginia!

Adam

Re: other remingtons

Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2016 2:23 pm
by Phyrbird
OOOOOO :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Pretty Precious :!:

Re: other remingtons

Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2016 4:14 pm
by olskool
ImageImageImagesince the photos i have found an original rear sight for the ruger, and also bought 2 more mannlichers. a very hard to find h&r ultra rifle in 243 and a husquvarna in 30-06 it has a vintage 3x9 ted williams and vintage redfield mount and rings.Image