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Remington Genesis .50 Cal.

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There is no actual action on this hinge-block gun, which reduces weight. Itís made offshore, a major departure for Remington, which usually builds its own guns in the U.S. But this product had it all ≠ó good trigger, affordable price, rugged, simple design. If you need to save $100, Buy it over the Knight.

Remington Genesis .50 Cal.

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Hereís the Remington Genesis fiber-optic front sight. All three guns used similar sighting systems.
The TorchCam lock-up is solid (nearly an inch-thick steel), aided by a detent ball on the right side, and features an easily removed and cleaned firing pin assembly.
The Genesisí unique hinged-block design affords easy access to the primer hole, breech block and the firing pin system. In the open position, with the hammer back, the breech plug is exposed for easy insertion or depriming of the 209 primer or removal of the plug entirely for cleaning.

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