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Old 06-21-2009, 08:13 PM   #1
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Default My Fathers Day present

Well, mu brother gave me an old rifle for fathers day. Said he's had it for 7yrs and NEVER FIRED IT.........

Remington 700 30-06







Top, ofcourse, the rest I've had for a bit.

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Old 06-21-2009, 08:15 PM   #2
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Don't you wish you had a brother like me?

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Nice! I'm sure you'll take care of that unfired thing soon.

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Very nice. Take good care of it.

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Very nice, and a Remmy 700 to boot. All my brother ever gave me was some nuggies and a couple of wedgies.

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Thanks Guys! My brother bought it off a guy getting divorced when he was in Montana. Divorce does funny things like that.

How can I find out the manufacturing date or other info? Didn't see anything online. I think it is an early eighties model.

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Go to Remingtons website,and go to the customer help part,and send them an email with the serial #,and ask them when it was made.They will send you an email with the info.

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Get er dirty!

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Go to Remingtons website,and go to the customer help part,and send them an email with the serial #,and ask them when it was made.They will send you an email with the info.
Thankyou sir!!

Cane,,, oh it'll get dirtier than ACORN!!
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Thankyou sir!!

Cane,,, oh it'll get dirtier than ACORN!!
"Dirtier than ACORN". I like that. Haha.

Enjoy that rifle. It is one of the best.
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