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Remington Primier

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by John391, Sep 14, 2009.

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  1. John391

    John391 TS Member

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    Anyone have any first hand experience with the Remington Primier O/U shotguns. They seem to be selling with large discounts. Thanks for your help in advance. John
     
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    oleolliedawg Banned User Banned TS Supporters

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    There's one on GunBroker right now. Opening bid is $999. One hour left on the auction!!
     
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    "Premier". I think they have been discontinued.
     
  4. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    Who makes the Premier?
     
  5. John391

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    Ok, I'll try to answer my own thread for anyone who has interest. Had a chance to handle one of these O/U at Dick's Sporting goods.
    Seems like a well made gun for $1100. Minimal tool marks and the barrels were very highly polished. Balanced well for $1100.
    Looks like a good entry gun or an excellent pheasant gun.
    Did have 30 inch barrels. John
     
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    When they first came out they were around $2400.00, hardly an enrty gun where I shoot.

    Bill
     
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    Just purchased one . I bought the one with the 32" barrels and the adjustable comb . Really like it . They are made in Italy for Remington . As far as I have been able to tell Remington is longer going to have them . Not sure why but the gun is made well and shoots great . I have been shooting an 870 field model so this is a big difference .
     
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