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Thread: Anyone know anything about Remington Police pump-action rifles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    No doubt. If you're shooting a 223 long gun, it might as well have some capacity and autoloading.
    Could be useful as a hedge against the coming bans.
    Might be handy to have for more "public" occasions

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    Pumps beat lever any day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ST911 View Post
    My previous comment from this thread: https://www.m4carbine.net/showthread...Remington-7615
    Agreed. I have shot one, and was underwhelmed.

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    I had some time to take the 7615 out behind the house twice now and have to say that the thing is pretty darn fun, like an adult shooting gallery gun I shot four boxes through it, so two hundred rounds, not a single issue at all. I was hitting the plate at 100 yards quick and easy with just the peep sight, the closer ones weren't even a challenge. I think it may be a keeper as working the slide made me giggle like a kid. I still haven't shot the 308 yet as I haven't picked up any ammunition for it.

    I can only speak to reliability for 200 rounds, put after poking around more on line, reliability and longevity do not seem to be an issue with the folks who have been running them for many years. As I said above they seem to be really popular in Australia, NZ, SA, and on their forums they are spoken highly of, including by hunters and ranchers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty T View Post

    ~SNIP~

    As I said above they seem to be really popular in Australia, NZ, SA, and on their forums they are spoken highly of, including by hunters and ranchers.
    In the land of the blind, the one eyed man is king

    I want both a Rem 760 in 30-06 and a Savage 170 in 30-30, so I am not throwing stones.

    Andy

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