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Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: bucksnbears] #7707310
11/02/22 09:01 PM
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Originally Posted by bucksnbears
That's one ugly rifle but I'd buy it to use as a tomato cage stake. Gotta be real cheap though wink



I have a pile of Hi-Points and Mausers to sell you for that purpose.


I have nothing clever to put here.





Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: bucksnbears] #7707315
11/02/22 09:07 PM
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Originally Posted by bucksnbears
That's one ugly rifle but I'd buy it to use as a tomato cage stake.


I think they are BEAUTIFUL!

Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7707318
11/02/22 09:12 PM
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Would like to own a 6mm in the 600 Mohawk or the 788. Heck, I'd really like a 700 in 6mm.

Did Remington offer a 6mm in the Model 7?

Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7707358
11/02/22 09:50 PM
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I'll never Sell it!

Took a Buck Antelope out at 325 yards with it 36 years ago in Wyoming...prone -Harris H bipod


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Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: charles] #7707392
11/02/22 10:09 PM
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Originally Posted by charles
Did Remington offer a 6mm in the Model 7?

Yes

Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7707520
11/03/22 06:33 AM
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Very nice rifle! I bet she’s a tack driver!

Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: Gator Foot] #7707649
11/03/22 10:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Gator Foot
Very nice rifle! I bet she’s a tack driver!

Thanks Battle scars and all

Shoots the size of a quarter at 100 yds.

She likes the blue box cheaper Federals


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Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: upstateNY] #7707651
11/03/22 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by upstateNY
NICE.I have an old Ruger Model 77 in .243 that is a tack driver.Looks very similar to yours.


A guy brought a bunch of guns to work selling for his father in law. I missed out on that gun by 20 minutes he sold it for 300 bucks. Ended up with a mint wingmaster for 275 so wasnt all bad.

Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: white marlin] #7707655
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remington made the 600 first, had the vent rib, walnut stock 18.5" barrel, then they dropped the rib made the barrel 20" long called it the 660, when it was discontinued remington had the 600 mohawk made under contract, barrel was back to 18.5 " no rib and a stained hardwood stock. the 6.5 and 350 mags had a 5 piece walnut/maple laminated stock.

Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7707720
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My first gun was a 600 Mohawk in 308 my dad bought for me 44 years ago. I still have it and still hunt with it. I bought my son his first in 243 just like the one pictured. Unfortunately I had to kill the first buck with it. Also have a vent ribbed 308 I bought from a guy here. I replaced the plastic trigger guards on all of them with a black machined aluminum guard I bought on gunbroker. They used to cost $75 but the last I looked they were up to $90. The 600s and 760 carbines I just can't pass up.

Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7707755
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Nice!!! I really enjoy older guns.

Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: Ed Patrick] #7707799
11/03/22 02:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Ed Patrick
My first gun was a 600 Mohawk in 308 my dad bought for me 44 years ago. I still have it and still hunt with it. I bought my son his first in 243 just like the one pictured. Unfortunately I had to kill the first buck with it. Also have a vent ribbed 308 I bought from a guy here. I replaced the plastic trigger guards on all of them with a black machined aluminum guard I bought on gunbroker. They used to cost $75 but the last I looked they were up to $90. The 600s and 760 carbines I just can't pass up.

Unfortunately?
You had to kill the first Buck with it.?


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Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7707851
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That’s a beautiful rifle 330! Good luck!


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Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7707857
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I have and carry a model 660 chambered in 350 mag, I had and sold a model 600 chambered in 35 Remington

Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7707878
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Well,,,,,That .350 RM ought to kill any beast you're likely to come up against there in Central Pennsylvania. I hear they're brutal to shoot. Of course you'd never feel that on a game shot. Kinda like 3" magnum on turkey. They only hurt when you're shooting them off of the patterning bench. I can't feel the recoil shooting a bird.

I was kinda looking for a .350 when I bought mine in .308 oh so many many years ago. Not that many 600s ought there so I took what I could get and was happy.
AS they shoot a .358 bullet, my plan was to use it with lead .358 pistol bullets just to play with and then work up a load for the .358 180g bullet and duplicate the Rem. 35 velocity to shoot deer with here local. 35 RM was easier to get brass for back then too. I bet ammo is tough to get for it now.
Then, if I wanted to take it out west I could use the full throttle .350 RMs to elk hunt with. But that was all years ago, back when I had a full head of hair and a lot of big ideas.
I'm plenty happy with my 600 in .308. It'll sure tip a deer over.

Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7707907
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I have a Remington 660 in .222. A sweet rifle to shoot and shoots tight. I am fortunate to reload for it and have about 400 cases for it. I haven't seen ammo for it in the stores in ages.
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Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7707925
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After looking on GB I would hate to need ammo for the 350 or 35, WOW!

Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7707932
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Great Groups^^^


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Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7708001
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Sweet! Killed my biggest bucks with my .243.


I'm just happy to be here! Today I'm as young as I'll ever be and and older than I've ever been before!
Re: One of my Favorite Rifles [Re: 330-Trapper] #7708233
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I lent my 6mm to one of my kin and it came back without a bolt !!!! Help is there a extra bolt out there ? No I did not disown him ,he must have been on some really powerful weed !


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