Remington Model 5 Details
The Remington Model 5 is a modern rimfire bolt-action rifle that was introduced in 2006. These rifles were made by Zastava Arms in Serbia under license from Remington Arms. This rifle was a replacement for the discontinued Remington Model 504. The Model 5 rifle is chambered for .22 LR and features a 5-round capacity. This rifle comes with the 3-9X32 scope.
One thing that I like about the Model five is that it is made of wood and blued steel. The internal parts, bottom metal, trigger guard, and magazine are all made of steel. Even the magazine follower is steel. The only plastic parts on the rifle are the buttplate and pistol grip cap. The brown laminated wood stock is fitted with sling swivel studs, as every hunting rifle should be.
More Insights on The Remington Model 5
The stock has cut checkering on the pistol grip and forend. The Model Five wears a good set of rugged adjustable barrel sights, with a steel hood protecting the front, and the receiver is grooved for tip-off scope mounts. The barrel measures twenty-two inches in length measures 1.025 inches at the receiver and quickly tapers to .554 inches at the muzzle.
The bolt locks into the receiver by a lug at the base of the bolt handle, and the bolt lift is only about sixty degrees. The Model Five has a length of pull of thirteen and three-quarters inches, and an overall length of forty and one-half inches. It is a full-sized rifle, without being too large and heavy. The empty weight of the sample Model Five is six pounds, eleven and one-half ounces.
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