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Re: Remington Forum [Re: Teeder] #15059739 07/18/20
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Originally Posted by Teeder
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To honor Campfire tradition, it has to be named the SUCKS Forum.


+1!
I'm in!

Back in the day when Talley LWs were the rage I ordered a set from Rick's Gear Shop. For gun make I put in SUCKS and got the right mounts. Where else could that happen?


Re: Remington Forum [Re: Teeder] #15059763 07/18/20
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Originally Posted by Whttail_in_MT
To honor Campfire tradition, it has to be named the SUCKS Forum.



Originally Posted by Teeder
Originally Posted by Whttail_in_MT
To honor Campfire tradition, it has to be named the SUCKS Forum.


+1!
I'm in!


On second thought:

Originally Posted by jwall
Count me in.





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Re: Remington Forum [Re: hanco] #15059771 07/18/20
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Originally Posted by hanco
I up for it

Need a Sako forum too!



THIS ^^^^^^ Why does Winny and Savage has theirs? Is there a time limit to number of responses, or a number of yes's needed?


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Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15060165 07/18/20
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Yes, and might as well add one for Tikka!


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Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15060670 07/18/20
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I love my 70’s and Kimbers, but confess, a few Remingtons found their way in the safe; not the only guilty one here...
So, another vote for the new forum.

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Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15060988 07/18/20
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Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15062867 07/19/20
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i'd love one, i own a Remington 722 in 300 savage and i think we need a Remington forum where we could discuss remington firearms

Re: Remington Forum [Re: jwall] #15065521 07/20/20
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Originally Posted by jwall
Originally Posted by Whttail_in_MT
To honor Campfire tradition, it has to be named the SUCKS Forum.



Originally Posted by Teeder
Originally Posted by Whttail_in_MT
To honor Campfire tradition, it has to be named the SUCKS Forum.


+1!
I'm in!


On second thought:

Originally Posted by jwall
Count me in.






Is there a problem?

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15065533 07/20/20
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Aren't bold handle and extractor threads best off in gunsmithing?

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15065536 07/20/20
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Love 700 KS and 700 AWR. I'd look.


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Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15065630 07/20/20
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I think it is a good idea.

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15069196 07/21/20
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If there were a Remington Forum here, I'd ask if anyone knows the barrel contour of their short-action 700 Ti models. Remington apparently doesn't answer e-mail questions like that.

-Chris

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Ranger4444] #15069279 07/21/20
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Originally Posted by Ranger4444
If there were a Remington Forum here, I'd ask if anyone knows the barrel contour of their short-action 700 Ti models. Remington apparently doesn't answer e-mail questions like that.

-Chris

Mountain rifle contour.

Edit - I’m presuming you are inquiring about a short action standard chambering in a gen 1 ti. Both SA and LA standard chambering gen 1 use a MR profile. The saums use the mag contour; as does the gen 2 (Alaska ti) with the addition of the flutes.

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Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15070952 07/22/20
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Thanks! As far as I know, it's a Gen 1; didn't realize they had gens... Mine is a .260 Rem. Haven't checked twist yet, but I'm guessing probably 1:8.

-Chris

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Re: Remington Forum [Re: Ranger4444] #15071540 07/22/20
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Originally Posted by Ranger4444
Thanks! As far as I know, it's a Gen 1; didn't realize they had gens... Mine is a .260 Rem. Haven't checked twist yet, but I'm guessing probably 1:8.

-Chris

Gen 1 and 9 twist.

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I’d be happier with a “rifle Action forum” to talk about the attributes & qualities of each action.

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15071723 07/22/20
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Yes for Remington


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Re: Remington Forum [Re: AKwolverine] #15071746 07/22/20
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Originally Posted by AKwolverine
Originally Posted by Ranger4444
If there were a Remington Forum here, I'd ask if anyone knows the barrel contour of their short-action 700 Ti models. Remington apparently doesn't answer e-mail questions like that.

-Chris

Mountain rifle contour.

Edit - I’m presuming you are inquiring about a short action standard chambering in a gen 1 ti. Both SA and LA standard chambering gen 1 use a MR profile. The saums use the mag contour; as does the gen 2 (Alaska ti) with the addition of the flutes.


The two I measured were actually smaller diameter than the standard Mnt rifles I've checked. So were the limited run Mnt Guides, IIRC.

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15071772 07/22/20
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By all means. All that Big Green blather is clogging up the works for the rest of us. Maybe there's a sysop tool (perl?) that will automatically sift all the Remington posts into the proper receptacle.


What fresh Hell is this?

Don't be a Provincial Nitwit.
Re: Remington Forum [Re: AKwolverine] #15071897 07/22/20
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Originally Posted by AKwolverine
Originally Posted by Ranger4444
Thanks! As far as I know, it's a Gen 1; didn't realize they had gens... Mine is a .260 Rem. Haven't checked twist yet, but I'm guessing probably 1:8.

-Chris

Gen 1 and 9 twist.


Thanks, and rats. I'd been hoping for 1:8. Not to worry...

-Chris

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