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WTS OR Remington Model 600 6mm, BEAUTIFUL

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by Max713, Dec 14, 2015.

  1. Max713

    Max713 Albany Active Member

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    Father in law has decided to sell off some of his collection, some very interesting rifles will be coming up for sale.

    Listed here is a Remington Model 600, chambered in 6mm, with an 18" barrel.

    The rifle is equipped with a Leupold Vari-X II 2-7 scope, with Weaver mounts.
    I am not entirely sure of the history of this rifle and I'm unsure if this is the original stock or not, educate me if you are more aware than I! But, it is a beautiful stock and if not original it has to be a higher end custom job.
    Also, unsure of the trigger but it is the smoothest and lightest trigger I've ever pulled. Just bought a brand new Model 700 SPS Tactical and this trigger makes the 700 SPS feel like dragging a 2x4 over sandpaper.

    Overall, the rifle is in great shape. This a fairly rare model, as the 600 was only produced between 1964 and 1967. The stock is near perfect condition, the bluing of the barrel shows very minor "wear", as pictured.

    The rifle will also come with 69 rounds of factory ammunition in the original boxes. One could estimate the box's are from the 60's as well. 27 brass cases also included. Lastly, a brown rifle case is included, likely to have been purchased with the rifle originally.

    From what I can tell, an original 600 with a "standard" stock and nothing else included goes for around $600-800.
    I'm going to start off with asking $800 for everything.

    Please let me know any questions you may have!

    Max
    541-419-9638

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  2. aasbra

    aasbra Portland Active Member

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    Nice pics!
     
  3. Max713

    Max713 Albany Active Member

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    Thank you!
     
  4. Certaindeaf

    Certaindeaf SE Portland Well-Known Member

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    Lol.. that is not an original stock. Awesome.
    I had one in .243.. the most accurate rifle I've ever fired.
     
  5. Max713

    Max713 Albany Active Member

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    Any clues as to the maker of the stock? I assumed it wasn't original but couldn't find any info on it... Original owner of the rifle was an accomplished exotic game hunter and seemed to have the same taste in rifles as he did game.
     
  6. tj3006

    tj3006 portland ore Member

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    I would bet its a fajen, it, is not in my opinion a custom build, but a drop in replacement stock.
    Finished by someone who knows there craft !...tj
     
  7. Max713

    Max713 Albany Active Member

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    Thanks for the info. I would agree, whoever did it, did it right.
     
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    Max713 Albany Active Member

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    Price reduced!
     
  9. Mark W.

    Mark W. Silverton, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    You might remove the butt plate sometimes if the LOP has not been changed the stock makers trademark will be stamped there. And I to think it is one of Fajens blanks.
     
  10. Velzey

    Velzey Estacada, Oregon Gunsmith Gunsmith Bronze Vendor Bronze Supporter

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    @Max713 did you sell this one already ?
     
  11. Max713

    Max713 Albany Active Member

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    I did. Thanks!
     
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