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Thread: Remington Rand "find"

  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrettID View Post
    Used my RCBS trigger spring scale today. Trigger measures at 4.25 pounds. Every. Time.
    That figures. Some previous owner ruined that pistol in terms of collector value, but he probably used it for bullseye or plate competition shooting, and I'll hazard a guess that it's a tack driver.
    Hawkmoon
    On a good day, can hit the broad side of a barn ... from the inside

  2. #32
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    I need one too

  3. #33
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    I went to the range this a.m. No mechanical issues at all. It functioned with all 5 magazines I brought, loaded with PMC 230 gr. fmj.

    I could have placed a 5 gallon bucket on the ground where the brass was landing and probably have caught 2/3 of them.

    I took a picture of a 15 yard target after all 5 magazines were spent. I should have taken a pic after each mag. My terrible shooting might not be so visible if I were to choose which pic to post. I've been lacking in range time for a few years now and it shows. I'm a "7 O'clock" shooter habitually.

    I really enjoyed shooting this Remington Rand. Even if it is no longer "collectible".
    06Jul20range.jpgRR06JUL20.jpg

  4. #34
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    My good buddy called today with more info he learned at his brother's memorial service.

    Good buddies brother Brian took posession of the RR after a friend of his passed.

    Brian's buddy was an Army Ranger and competition shooter.

    So for me the gun keeps gettin' better despite its scars! I love a good gun story. Always have, always will.
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    Rick McC. (30th July 2020)


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