What is the rarest Remington rifle?
The rarest is the one chambered in . 223 Remington; only 227 were produced—most in the final year of production. Before it was officially added to the line, you could order a Model 600 out of the custom gun shop in .
What is a Remington 243 good for?
As far as deer hunting calibers go, the . 243 is light, small and perfect for beginning deer hunters. Big-game hunters in the western states use this rifle round on mule deer and even bear. It also might be one of the most accurate of all rifle rounds at ranges under 200 yards.
What was the caliber of the Remington 600?
The standard caliber offerings for the original Model 600 were.222,.243 Win., 6mm Rem,.308 Win. and.35 Rem. A few were made in.223, but these are very rare and command a very high price to collectors. The standard calibers for the Model 660 were the same with the exception that there was no M660 in.35 Remington.
What’s the difference between a.243 and a 308?
Assume we are shooting identical rifles that weigh in at seven pounds all up. The .243 is going to hit us with 11-foot-pounds of energy and a recoil velocity of 10fps. Mild by anyone’s standards. Our .308 will recoil with 20-foot-pounds of energy and a recoil velocity of 13 fps.
Are there any Remington 600s with vent ribs?
600’s with vent ribs came in 222, 223 in very limited numbers, 243, 6mm, 308, 35 Remington and the Magnum version with laminated birch/walnut stocks in 6.5 and 350 Remington magnums. I have only seen the Mohawk versions in 222, 243 and 308 but perhaps some 6mm may have been made.
How big is a Remington Mohawk 600 bolt action carbine?
Remington Mohawk 600 Bolt Action Carbine in .308 Win. SN #6429776. Mfg. in 1963. LOP 14 5/8″. 18 1/2″ Barrel with an EXCELLENT Bright Bore with STRONG RIFLING. Both the Blued Metal and Check …Click for more info