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Old 03-21-2011, 07:18 AM
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Question for the experts??? Need help!!!

I have a remington 600 action, in 223 rem, that I put a shilen countour 5, 25 inch barrel, timney trigger, and a ram line stock. I have a regular base for this setup, the leupold base, but I want to install a picatinny rail, does someone know if a EGW Remington 660 Picatinny Scope Mount fit the 600???
What picatinny rail should I order from EGW for this rig?
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Old 03-22-2011, 07:21 AM
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Re: Question for the experts??? Need help!!!

Come on guys!!! No one know this answer???
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Old 03-22-2011, 12:11 PM
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Re: Question for the experts??? Need help!!!

Isn't this easy using Google?

Search Results : Evolution Gun Works , World Class Precision Parts

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Old 03-22-2011, 03:52 PM
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Re: Question for the experts??? Need help!!!

Joseph,
I did look in the internet at EGW webpage but id doesnt state there that the specific rail that you mentioned would fit a Remington 600 action. Another rail states about the Remington 660 action, but not about the Remington 600. The picture of the rail you mentioned shows 4 drillings to secure the rail to the rifle, and the Remington 600 action only has 3 holes for that.

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Re: Question for the experts??? Need help!!!

try a post in gunsmiithing
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Re: Question for the experts??? Need help!!!

I know its a little harder for you to find stuff down their cause your a mexican doctor or something like that. I ran into a similar situation with a mcmillan action. Had to have Kevin Cram make me a scope base out of rail stock. Just a thought if your search yealds nothing drop him a pm
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Try to give EGW a call at 215-538-1012. I have called them a couple times and they always answered. I think they will even make one for you if they don't have one. "OR" you could buy a blank and drill the holes & file the slots yourself.

http://egw-guns.com/store/index.php?...catinny+blanks

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