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Old 06-29-2003, 10:58 PM
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Old 06-29-2003, 11:13 PM
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Default RE: got my .350 rem. mag. model 673 today

I' ve seen ADL' s with plastic trigger guards. the BDL' s and sevens use a alloy.
i have an older seven that has a steel floor plate. but very few have them.

the alloy has a paint like finish and it will chip if your not careful. remington will refinish them for $20 bucks.[]
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Old 06-30-2003, 04:23 PM
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i heard about the plastic trigger guards on this message board in posts concerning the quality of remingtons , and posts just asking about a new gun purchase period [&:], where people were saying they wouldn' t buy another remington because of accuracy, functional problems, stock missfittments and other related problems they' ve had including the floor plate and trigger guard being plastic , they were in reference to the 710 as well, and they also had problems with the model 597 as well ( but i don' t remember why on the 597 ). maybe i read them wrong but i remember them, that is also where i learned the magnet trick .

as for if i' de ever seen a plastic trigger guard on a rifle , no , i haven' t , i' ve tried my model seven , all of my model 700' s and model 70' s , even my savages and i' ve never found one , but the other posts concerning them were brought to mind by quilly' s post and i answered him on those posts
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Old 06-30-2003, 04:29 PM
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i' m sorry otis , i posted this before i could thank you for your input on the accuracy , i have to wait for the shells to come in until the weekend , and i just thought that this is the 4th of july weekend so i might even have to wait until the next week to get them , and if the accuraccy is what i get from my .35 whelen , i' m going to be very happy

BTW- i' ve heard a lot of negative things about how the rifle looks but , with the exception of the vent rib , this rifle is a very handsome looking rifle. but what' s most important is how she shoots , i see you allready know that
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Old 07-01-2003, 11:19 AM
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whellen36
Congrats on the new rifle. I am still waiting for my local dealer to get mine in.
Otis & whellen36
After I get mine maybe the three of us could compaire reloading notes?

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Old 07-01-2003, 05:48 PM
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where' re you from wolf ??

i still consider myself a beginner at reloading , i was thinking about trying some of the powders that they use in the short mags of today and working up some loads slowly , remember , gotta watch those pressues and i myself was planning on asking a lot of questions on it , i still need some answers on making some custom wildcat brass for 8mm-06 i got a little stuck on them and am a little shy to ask question after question
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Old 07-01-2003, 10:35 PM
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I am from Montana. I live just about on top of the Montana & Wyoming border.
I have been reloading for about 7-years. I have never reloaded a wildcat, so I can not help you with fire forming brass.
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Old 07-02-2003, 07:22 AM
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What are you guy paying for the 673 ? ..Bill
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