from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Remington, Eliphalet 1793-1861. American firearms manufacturer whose company was a major munitions supplier to the U.S. government and under his son Philo (1816-1889) an important manufacturer of sewing machines and typewriters.
- Remington, Frederic 1861-1909. American artist and journalist best known for his sculptures and paintings of the American West.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A surname.
- proper n. A male given name of modern usage, transferred from the surname.
My other Remington, is a 20 gauge, wing master Remington Shotgun.
First Antlered Buck, 7 point, Model 7600 Remington 30-06 with 3-9 x 40 Bushnell Scope and 150 grain Remington Core-Lokt.
My 870 Remington is the first gun I owned and I'll use it until the day I die.
Yes, but my load of choice has always been the 150 grain Remington corelokt round nose.
While Remington is my preferred brand for a bolt-action, I would have to vote against the VTR.
Like I said before, I've witnesed Moose taken with beter bang flops with 30-06 with over the counter 180 grain Remington Core-Lokt® than 300 Mgs with fancy high priced bullets.
The 870 Remington is the best value in a working shotgun - hands down.
Remington is one that comes to mind, not sure of the others.
The best bang flop on a Moose I ever witnessed was a teenager shooting a 30-06 with factory loaded 180 grain Remington Core-Lokt®, so you can figure that one out on your own!
For Moose the best bang flop was a teenager with 180 grain Remington Core-Lokt® 30-06.
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