Remington Nylon 66 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Remington Nylon 66 Semi-Automatic Rifle

You are considering a .22 LR Remington Nylon 66 Semi-Automatic Rifle. This rifle features no serial number as this combined with the date code indicates that it was manufactured in September 1959 – five years before the requirement of serialization, and one year after the Nylon 66 was introduced! The polymer stock is in excellent condition with no cracks and only minor scuffing from light usage.  The bluing is in very good condition with only minor surface staining and oxidation around the muzzle. The bore is shiny with strong rifling and the barrel is 19.5″ long. This rifle features dovetail mounts on the receiver for mounting a scope.


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