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Remington Model 8 Centerfire Rifle

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  • Action - Semi-Auto

  • Caliber - .35 Rem.

  • Barrel Length - 22"

  • Weight - 7.8 Lbs.

  • Sights - Blade Front/Adj. Buckhorn

Product Summary

The gun that became the Remington Model 8 was a fully-realized semi-automatic rifle capable of reliably cycling powerful centerfire cartridges. Originally introduced as the Remington Autoloading Rifle in 1906, the name was changed to the Remington Model 8 in 1911, even though the rifle itself was essentially unchanged. The John Browning-designed Model 8 rifle uses the same long-stroke recoil operating system as its contemporary, the Auto-5 shotgun. Four unique rounds for the Model 8 were introduced: the 35 Remington, the 30 Remington, the 32 Remington, and the 25 Remington. These calibers were more powerful than the typical hunting rounds of the era and led to the Model 8's reputation as a rifle perfectly designed for close-quarters, life-and-death encounters with large predators. This rifle features a blade front sight, an adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight, and a 2-position thumb safety. Its wood is in very good condition and its metal and bore are in good condition.

Model Model 8
Type Centerfire Rifle
Action Semi-Auto
Caliber .35 Rem.
Barrel Length 22"
Weight 7.8 Lbs.
Sights Blade Front/Adj. Buckhorn
Finish: Stock Wood
Finish: Barrel & Receiver Blued
Safety 2-Position Thumb
Capacity 5 + 1
Stock Condition Very Good
Metal Condition Good
Bore Condition Good
Length of Pull 13-1/4"
Date of Manf. 1906-1936