M*CARBO Brotherhood

Remington Model 81 Chambered 300 Savage

Hey all,
Here are a few photos of a 81 that I can pickup for a few c notes.
I think it’s a no brainer.
Took it apart all looks good inside
Peeped around the net for info.
Now I’m throwing it out to my brothers.
Whats think?

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Very nice, I’ve got a Model 81 in 35 Remington that my dad owned.

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The Great Model 8 (I believe that is the website) has info on the 8’s and 81’s

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@Partsed
Hey Ed,
I dated the rifle to January 1946.
I like old guns
I like new guns
I like ALL guns
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@Captainjack88 :+1: :+1: :+1: :+1: :+1: Very Nice, Looking at the Feed Ramp’ and Rest of it Looks Cherry!

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@Captainjack88 got to agree, looks very well cared for, as you said Chris, a no brainer, unless ya want to let me have a go for it…

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Oh man, as the happy owner of a 99, 110, and a 760 in 300sav this would complete my collection! Looks like a great buy!!!

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Sweet rifle.

One thing I do lack is historical firearms knowledge. That Remy could fall in my lap and I wouldn’t know if it’s worth keeping.

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@Woodsrocket818 Welcome to the Brotherhood. Don’t forget to go to the First Post Here: Introduce Yourself! thread and say Hi to everybody.

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This is one time Google is your friend. I was able to research the history of my M1 Garand.

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@Woodsrocket818 Welcome aboard

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Buy it. Quickly. Great rifle. Great caliber, especially if you reload.

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@Tennexplorer
Got it
Hope to shoot it soon.

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@Woodsrocket818
Hey Alex,
Oh boy is that .300 Savage Expensive :v::v::v::v:
Man I need to start reloading.
Where you getting your ammo from?

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I have 2 local shops that carry it regularly. I will catch a few select websites with it on sale too. Reloading will definitely help the cost!

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