SOLD - Remington Model 14

Type: 14
Maker: Remington
Caliber: .35 REM
Condition: 90%
Bore: 9.5/10
Year: 1912-1919
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10/15/18 - The Remington Model 14 was a pump-action repeating rifle designed for the Remington Arms company by John Pedersen from 1912 to 1919, when it was changed to the 14A. Chambered in .35 Remington, this rifle is in excellent original condition. The receiver and barrel show only minor finish loss, though there is bluing loss along the slide-action due to the rub wear. Wood parts are in great shape with no cracks or chips. Bore is minty with strong rifling. The Model 14's design incorporated several innovative concepts. Among them was a spiral magazine tube to prevent bullet tips from contacting the primer of the cartridge in front of them. This magazine moved with the fore-end when pumping the action. Loading was through an opening in the magazine itself located between the fore-end and the receiver. The bolt unlocked via a button pressed through the ejection port though firing the gun automatically unlocked the bolt. The Model 14 was a takedown rifle that featured a single knurled screw on the left side of the receiver that was withdrawn allowing the trigger group and buttstock to be removed from the bottom of the gun.
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Condition 90%
Bore 9.5/10
Caliber .35 REM
Maker Remington
Year 1912-1919
Type 14