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Thread: Update on Remington LE Bolt Bolt Guns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRT2 View Post
    Had my gun smith inspect the rifle. He said he has never seen a chamber so scarred. He polished it and now the rifle works as it was designed to. Can only be attributed to poor quality control at Remington.
    Glad you got it worked out! Let us know how it shoots now!


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    How would one make a sound decision?

    1-Buy something that more than likely will be a problem
    2-Buy something that is highly unlikely to have a problem

    Why people continue to buy like number one is beyond me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark5pt56 View Post
    How would one make a sound decision?

    1-Buy something that more than likely will be a problem
    2-Buy something that is highly unlikely to have a problem

    Why people continue to buy like number one is beyond me.
    If I could make love to a forum post, this one would be it.

    A freaking men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark5pt56 View Post
    How would one make a sound decision?

    1-Buy something that more than likely will be a problem
    2-Buy something that is highly unlikely to have a problem

    Why people continue to buy like number one is beyond me.
    Some times you buy hoping not to have issues - but know you may have to spend a few dollars on correcting faults. As an example, Kimber pistols come with most of the features people like in a 1911; however, sometimes they need a gunsmith to make them reliable. With Remington, especially the 700 actions one expects smooth, reliable operation; whereas, accuracy may not be acceptable. Wouldn't expect to have to fix bolt operation. Lesson learned.

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    See that's the point hoping verses knowing or in the 700 case should have known from a reasonable informed persons standpoint.
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