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Special Remington Sendero Run Interest

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Unread 03-22-2013, 06:57 PM
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Re: Special Remington Sendero Run Interest

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I agree! 40-X trigger all the way.

The X-Mark triggers blow! I hate the one in my 5R .308. As soon as funds are justifiable, I'll be swapping it out for a Jard or 40-X if I can find one...
I didn't consider a 40-X at the time, but it sure wasn"t long before a Jewell was installed on mine.
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    Unread 03-22-2013, 07:26 PM
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    Re: Special Remington Sendero Run Interest

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    I didn't consider a 40-X at the time, but it sure wasn"t long before a Jewell was installed on mine.
    I absolutely love my replacement Jewell triggers on all of my rifles!
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    Unread 03-22-2013, 07:28 PM
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    Re: Special Remington Sendero Run Interest

    I wouldnt mind a 222 rem, as long as the quality of these rifles are the same as before rem went down the crapper. i think a 222 rem would be an awesome pdog gun!
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    Re: Special Remington Sendero Run Interest

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    I wouldnt mind a 222 rem, as long as the quality of these rifles are the same as before rem went down the crapper. i think a 222 rem would be an awesome pdog gun!

    Agreed. I had to tap out my 22-250 tp an AI before it would shoot!. If they can get the quality back I would take a LH 222.

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    OMG, nice collection.
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    Re: Special Remington Sendero Run Interest

    I live in Canada, so I guess Im out, but if I could : .338 RUM, 7 STW.
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    Unread 03-23-2013, 07:25 AM
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    Re: Special Remington Sendero Run Interest

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    The calibers I was planning on offering were the 222, 6mm, 25-06, maybe a 280 AI, and the 338 RUM. Lately, Grice has been limiting the number produced to the caliber, so it would be a one of 222, etc. venture to keep interest high, and without having a lot of overhead in the project for anybody involved. Granted, only the 06 and RUM were regular production models, but I feel the others should have a shot in the lineup as well.

    Do you guys on here think that this would be a successful venture given the calibers that will be offered? If this truly proved to be successful, I would like to move on with other out of production models on a limited basis, like the old BDL Varmint Special line.
    Out of those I can see the 338 RUM selling well.

    as to future ventures...

    Itís time for Remington to wake up and release a real 6.5 whether 260 or 6.5 cm with a properly twisted barrel 1-8 to 1-8.5. Also a 223 with a 1-7 to 1-8 twist along with the nato chamber in the 223 SPS tactical, this would allow us to shoot cheap in a 1k capable rifle. All of the above with a varmint/sendro barrel, dont really care about the stock or trigger as I will most likely replace those anyway.

    Something else I have always wanted to see is a 30-06 with a varmint/sendero barrel...
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