Everything about the Remington Nylon Rifles!

The Box Magazine Fed Semi Auto Nylon Rifles

| December 31, 2012

Remington’s first “nylon” was the Nylon 66 first introduced in 1959. It was very successful competing against the Marlin Model 60 which like the 66 was a  tube fed rifle. By the 1970’s sales had tapered off due to competition from a number of detachable magazine/”clip” fed rifles most notably the Ruger 10/22. In 1970, […]

Old Faithful Holster Review

| December 28, 2012

My 27 year old son got his concealed carry permit a couple months ago and began looking for comfortable holster to carry his compact Springfield Armory XD40c. Even though I carried a gun for the better part of my 34 year career I wasn’t much help. I pretty much just stuck my Glock inside the […]

Short Barrel Nylon

| December 26, 2012

I always thought that if Remington had continued to make the Nylon 66 they would have eventually come up with a shorter barrel/carbine version.  As it is, the barrel is 19″ long which according to various articles of the era, Remington considered optimal for the 22 long rifle cartridge.  Of course things change and in […]

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