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Remington .222 Remington, Model 600 Mohawk Bolt Action Full Stocked / Stutzen Rifle.

‘Never rains but it pours’! …. YEARS since I have seen one and then two turn up within days!

This is nicely original still with its full length 14 1/8” pull, straight grained but contrasting stock. It features a nicely raised cheek piece and (always a good sign) Skip or Fox cut chequering. This always catches the eye  and sets a gun stock off well.

An unusually cranked bolts is beautifully slick in operation and just ‘glide’ in and out as they are without any prep or work. To my mind far superior to the more modern 700 actions. So popular as off the shelf rifles or to use as donor actions for a rebuild.

As with the second rifle here at time of listing. Anyone looking for a superb small centre fire action for a rebuild project this might well be an ideal choice. Slightly different to ‘the norm.’ but VERY well made, a delight to open and close and a Remington. That all said, no reason at all why you would not just want to use the rifle as it is.

At 37 ¼” (945mm) overall this feels a lot shorter and more compact than it is. As with most full stocked rifles though, they come to the shoulder and mount beautifully. They always seem to handle extremely well. Pretty sure the short 18 ½” (470mm) barrel will perform as well as most of what else is available out there. Pre-used or even new.

It is also in a calibre that would appear to be getting ‘re-discovered’. I have sold quite a few .222 rifles lately. About time as it is a fantastic little calibre for fox and vermin control. Smaller deer species too where legal. Using a lot less powder than the other .22 centre fire options and hardly noticeable recoil. Performance for energy and velocity is more than adequate in the right hands.

This tips the scales at a straight 7lbs. Magazine is integral with a fixed floor plate so top loading / unloading only. A feature I have no problem with as nothing to lose or fall open etc. Just worth a mention as some people don’t like to work the bolt to unload any unfired ammunition. This can be done with the safety applied. Personally I like these rifles but that said I don’t tend to ‘follow the flock’.