The Model 673 was a bolt-action rifle introduced by Remington Arms in 2003 and discontinued in 2004. It is an updated version of the Remington Model 600 and Model 660. The company hails the weapon as the “ultimate guides’ rifle”, with features ranging from its laminated stock, ventilated rib and iron sights. Its action is based on that of the Model Seven and features Remington’s proprietary short action.
For sale is a Remington Model 673 Guide Rifle chambered in the lethal 350 Rem cartridge. This rifle was only produced from 2003 to 2006 and is noticeable for its full-length ribbed barrel. If you’re looking for a relatively unique rifle that is well-made and capable of taking large animals, this is a great choice. Included is a 1.5-4.5×21 unmarked scope.
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