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Old 12-11-2013, 09:38 PM   #1
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Default Looking for a Rem 721 extactor?

Looking for a Remington 721 extractor for a 270cal. If anyone has one please let me know. I looked at Numrich, Brownells and Midway any place else I can look? I found one on ebay but just got out bid. Any help would be great! Thanks
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Old 12-11-2013, 09:47 PM   #2
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You need a owners manual or a method of obtaining a part number. Others can tell you where to download an owners manual.

You have to call to get parts info http://www.jackfirstgun.com/
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Hate your on line name! (just kidding that's who I work for) Part #719330 not for .222. Thanks I will check with jackfirst gun.
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Not to be a smartass, but did you check with Remington?
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the Model 721 was one of the predecessors of the Model 700's and many of the features of the 721 were retained in use on the 700's.

i would check with a knowledgeable gunsmith and see if the M700 extractors can be used on the M721. not for sure if they can, but wouldn't hurt to ask. because if then can be used, it might be easier to find one that way. just an idea.
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c3shooter not a smartass ? cause no I did not but now I have and if I am doing something wrong I could not find won on the remington web site. Axxe55 what I have been seeing you can get a 700 bolt and have it machined to fit the 721 may be wrong will check more into it though. Nice old gun hate to have it site cause of an extractor. Thank guys for what you have come up with so far.
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looks to me your easy route is just buy the next one on ebay. they are on there pretty regular.
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c3shooter not a smartass ? cause no I did not but now I have and if I am doing something wrong I could not find won on the remington web site. Axxe55 what I have been seeing you can get a 700 bolt and have it machined to fit the 721 may be wrong will check more into it though. Nice old gun hate to have it site cause of an extractor. Thank guys for what you have come up with so far.
It would be impossible for Remington to put parts information for every gun they have ever made online. You have to pick up the phone and call them to get parts and information for older guns.
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