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Author Topic: Bob Owens Remington R51 Review - More Interesting failures at the range.  (Read 12658 times)

e.engineer

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http://bearingarms.com/remington-r51-first-impressions/

Though not conclusive with regard to the failures, I found this to be an interesting read.

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Check out the positive blog from the American Rifleman -  Remington R51 "Gun of the Week" By NRA Staff (RSS), March 31, 2014

http://www.americanrifleman.org/blogs/remington-r51-gotw

The Remington R51 is Big Green's official entry into the subcompact concealed carry market.

Thanks, T3


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Here is another spot on review:

Nom de plume: Rivrdog: Remington R51, in service!

rivrdog.typepad.com/rivrdog/2014/04/remington-r51-in-service.html‎

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Thanks for the links T3, I have seen those previously and really liked the carolinagunrunners review.  I don't think I came across the river dog review before.  I am curious what he is talking about here: "the elastomeric* extractor spring had dislodged from it's location, and the extractor was unsprung (still worked, but not as required)."  I've experienced two odd FTF while cycling rounds at home (not shooting, just cycling).   Never figured out what was going on but it seems to have worked itself out.

 

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