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Remington Model Five .22 LR

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One of the cleanest-lined .22 rifles we've seen, the Remington Model Five caught our eye and held it. There was lots to like here, including the iron sights, class iclines, perfect function, and what turned out to be acceptable accuracy. There;s nothing to dislike, even though the CZ outshot it.

Remington Model Five .22 LR

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We thought the Five's lines looked much like other Remington rifles. Like them, it worked very well. The slim bolt required a stretch forward with the trigger hand. All the metal was blued steel, sights, magazine and all. A more suitable scope would mount farther forward, and let you retain the iron sights.
Clean, borderless checkering did a fine job and looked good in the process. The semi-gloss stock finish looked almost like an oil finish, and was well done.
The hard buttplate tended to slip on the floor, but not on our shoulder. It worked, and was perfectly fitted.
The arrow points to the rocking safety lever, here in the fo rward or firing position. That neat trigger guard looks mighty familiar to those who know Remington rifles. It's milled steel with perfect polishing, and protects a fully adjustable trigger.

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