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6mm Remington

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Was digging around in the safe and thought I'd get a little nostalgic....the only two rifles I can ever remember my dad having and he used them every year along the Oregon coast chasing elk and blacktails. Still have the last two boxes of 200 grain Cor-Lokts he had bought for the .350 Rem Mag, the other was his 6mm Rem. both model 600's and both wearing the old Weaver K-4s (all the magnification you ever need on the coast he used to say). Not fancy but made me smile today.
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I have the Model 600 Centennial in 6mm Remington, well my son has it now, and it was made in 1964 to celebrate the 100th year of the Montana Centennial and the 75th Anniversary of Montana Statehood. Those are sweet little rifles. They bark a bit too with the short barrel.
 
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MarvB

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I have the Model 600 Centennial in 6mm Remington, well my son has it now, and it was made in 1964 to celebrate the 100th year of the Montana Centennial and the 75th Anniversary of Montana Statehood. Those are sweet little rifles. They bark a bit too with the short barrel.

Yup, yes they do....and that .350 Rem Mag will wake up the neighborhood and your shoulder a bit when you pull the trigger lol
 

Guy

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Some really beautiful rifles here guys. Thanks for sharing those photos.

Guy
 

ntodwild

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22 Year old Remington Model 700 30:06 recent build.

Rt Hand Action, laminate "Lt Hand" stock, 1" Limbsaver pad, custom LOP, Custom checkering, Timney trigger, Leupold VX-1 4x12 soon to have CDS dial (soon as Leupold's custom shop opens back up).

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Durango Mike

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458 Lott by Sterling Davenport on a pre64 Mod 70 Magnum action, Turkish walnut, Pair of Chas Lancaster 12 bore, 2 1/2 inch, English walnut ca 1938. All have traveled and taken game on multiple continents.
 

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