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Re: Remington Forum [Re: OttoG] #15071940 07/22/20
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[quote=Teeder]
+1!
I'm in!


On second thought:

Originally Posted by jwall
Count me in.






Is there a problem?
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Originally Posted by OttoG
Aren't bold handle and extractor threads best off in gunsmithing?


A Problem, no....multiple problems.
Even to Ask about a Rem forum & the critics come crawling out.....

I’ve been using 700s. 760s, & Sixes starting in the 60-70s and I’ve have and have had
more 700s than any other Brand/Model than all the others.
TO date I have NOT had 1 problem period.

I’m tired of the copy cat, “heard about” etc, etc, and not I’m not interested in the tripe.

Carry on without me.

Jerry


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Slow bullets are......well...slow !

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Yes.


Don't roll those bloodshot eyes at me.
Re: Remington Forum [Re: Teeder] #15073741 07/22/20
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Originally Posted by Teeder
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... I'd ask if anyone knows the barrel contour of their short-action 700 Ti models.
-Chris

Mountain rifle contour.
...


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

It’s fractional, but it’s there - you are correct.
@ the muzzle ...
LSS MR 260 0.56”
Mtn Guide 7/08 0.54”
G1 ti 7/08 0.54”

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15073958 07/23/20
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I'm in too..

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15073982 07/23/20
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My .260 Ti is .558" at the muzzle.

Is the muzzle diameter the only measurement for determining "contour"? I'd not have thought so... and had no clue how to (where to) measure the way the barrel turns down ahead of the receiver...

-Chris

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It'd probably be a good thing to have a dedicated Remington forum. You'd probably have fewer people stopping by for the joy of thread schidting. Of course moderating out those who can't help but perpetually douche things up would be a good option if we had moderators.

Re: Remington Forum [Re: jwall] #15074130 07/23/20
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Originally Posted by jwall
Originally Posted by Teeder
Originally Posted by jwall

[quote=Teeder]
+1!
I'm in!


On second thought:

Originally Posted by jwall
Count me in.






Is there a problem?
——————————————-


Originally Posted by OttoG
Aren't bold handle and extractor threads best off in gunsmithing?


A Problem, no....multiple problems.
Even to Ask about a Rem forum & the critics come crawling out.....

I’ve been using 700s. 760s, & Sixes starting in the 60-70s and I’ve have and have had
more 700s than any other Brand/Model than all the others.
TO date I have NOT had 1 problem period.

I’m tired of the copy cat, “heard about” etc, etc, and not I’m not interested in the tripe.

Carry on without me.

Jerry




Jerry, before you came here there was a long thread about the different bolt action manufacturers. Long story short "Sucks" was a term of endearment we used for Remington 700's for a number of years.
I'll try to find it and post a link.

Re: Remington Forum [Re: AKwolverine] #15074137 07/23/20
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Originally Posted by AKwolverine
Originally Posted by Teeder
Originally Posted by AKwolverine
Originally Posted by Ranger4444
... I'd ask if anyone knows the barrel contour of their short-action 700 Ti models.
-Chris

Mountain rifle contour.
...


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

It’s fractional, but it’s there - you are correct.
@ the muzzle ...
LSS MR 260 0.56”
Mtn Guide 7/08 0.54”
G1 ti 7/08 0.54”


I measure for a living, so .020" is a mile to me. grin

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Ranger4444] #15074143 07/23/20
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Originally Posted by Ranger4444
My .260 Ti is .558" at the muzzle.

Is the muzzle diameter the only measurement for determining "contour"? I'd not have thought so... and had no clue how to (where to) measure the way the barrel turns down ahead of the receiver...

-Chris


I don't have one anymore, so can't give any other measurements.
There are many variables that go into "contour", but, right or wrong, muzzle diameter is what a lot of guys refer to.

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My 270 Ti measures .563.


"When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro."
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Re: Remington Forum [Re: Ranger4444] #15074160 07/23/20
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Originally Posted by Ranger4444
My .260 Ti is .558" at the muzzle.

Is the muzzle diameter the only measurement for determining "contour"? I'd not have thought so... and had no clue how to (where to) measure the way the barrel turns down ahead of the receiver...

-Chris

No. It’s still very much the mountain rifle contour ... the barreled actions interchange in stocks with a mountain rifle channel, and it could simply be what day the barrels were made on, or by whom. It’s a damn tiny difference at the muzzle and I only measured one sample of each - your measurement is obviously the same as my LSS MR.

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Just guessing here, but it may be the 1st gen TI's have a slightly lighter contour than the later TI's.

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Teeder] #15074267 07/23/20
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Originally Posted by Teeder
Just guessing here, but it may be the 1st gen TI's have a slightly lighter contour than the later TI's.

Absolutely. It’s more than slight. The 1st gen (2001-2006) has an entirely different contour than 2nd gen/Alaskan ti (2007-2009) - excepting the saums.
We are discussing seriously important gnats on poodle [bleep] differences here ... laugh

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+1! laugh

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Teeder] #15074838 07/23/20
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Originally Posted by Teeder
Jerry, before you came here there was a long thread about the different bolt action manufacturers. Long story short "Sucks" was a term of endearment we used for Remington 700's for a number of years.
I'll try to find it and post a link.

He should be fully aware of the moniker as he posted in this thread not too long ago. https://www.24hourcampfire.com/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php/topics/14719356/what-happened-to-sucks

Whether he is or not, I cannot know.

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15075190 07/23/20
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Is it gonna happen?

Re: Remington Forum [Re: hanco] #15075681 07/23/20
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Originally Posted by hanco
Is it gonna happen?


Probably have a Tikka forum before we have a Remington one.

Re: Remington Forum [Re: JamesJr] #15086445 07/27/20
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Originally Posted by JamesJr
Originally Posted by hanco
Is it gonna happen?


Probably have a Tikka forum before we have a Remington one.



From a business standpoint, is a remington forum gonna draw in more readers then are already here, or just serve the established community ?
Would you then have to expand it to other specific brands,,,savage, henry, benelli forums or ?............My Prediction is it wont happen, regardless of the positive responses it has generated........

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ps.... tikka forum in my mind now also !

Re: Remington Forum [Re: Poconojack] #15087877 07/28/20
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