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    Rem 241

    I read 1911s thread about his old Win.74. I thought I'd post an old Rem. from that time frame. This is a speedmaster 241. This loads from the stock and ejects out the bottom. This is great for us left handers.
    This one is in 22lr. This one is still tight, these tend to get loose at the break down joint. Fun little gun made on
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    Thanks for the pics of a fine older 22. Really like the old variations of 22 history and this one looks to be in great shape.
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    Looks like a fine rim fire rifle!
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