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Beautiful Remington 600 6mm in the Mannlicher stock. The bluing is still perfect, the wood stock shows very little use with no large scratches or gouges. This was a safe queen. The bolt is so smooth, the vent ribbed barrel is in near perfect condition, and the bore is strong with excellent rifling. The trigger is very light with a crisp break. It’s got a Redfield 2x-7x Widefield scope already mounted on it. This is an amazing and rare find. See pics for more detail.

UPC ECOM00146917
Caliber 6MM
Finish BLUED
Capacity 3+1 ROUNDS
Frame Material NOT SPECIFIED
Slide Material NOT SPECIFIED
Barrel Length 18.75 BARREL
Receiver Material NOT SPECIFIED
Receiver Finish NOT SPECIFIED

Remington Arms Model 600 was a push feed bolt-action rifle produced by Remington Arms from 1964–1968.[3] While it is commonly believed that production ended in 1967,[1] according to Remington representatives records indicate that it actually ended in 1968. This Model was the precursor to the Model 660 (manufactured 1968–1971); the Model Mohawk 600 (manufactured 1972–1979); and the Model 673 (manufactured 2003–2004).

The Model 600 was designed to be a guide rifle. Its most noticeable feature was the vent rib barrel. There were approximately 94,086 rifles produced in the available calibers of: .222 Remington, .223 Remington, 6mm Remington, 6.5mm Remington Magnum, .243 Winchester, .308 Winchester, .35 Remington, .350 Remington Magnum.

The rarest is the one chambered in .223 Remington; only 227 were produced—most in the final year of production.[citation needed] Before it was officially added to the line, you could order a Model 600 out of the custom gun shop in .223. At least one Model 600 in .223 came out of the Remington Custom Shop in 1966. A successor model, the Remington Mohawk 600 (’72-’79) available in .222, .243 and .308 comprised total production of only 142 with a Mannlicher-style stock. But the rarest Original Model 600 was and remains the .223.