The capable Remington Model 25 is a pump-action rifle designed by John Pedersen and C.C. Loomis with an internal hammer and a tubular magazine. The gun was introduced in 1923 with approximately 33,000 made through 1935. Common features include a grooved forearm, sling studs, and express sights. This rifle has a blade front sight, an adjustable leaf rear sight, and a cross-bolt safety. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in good condition.