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There are patterned after big game rifles- have a monte carlo stock and big game open sights-

Has always been their top of the line and meant to compliment shooters of bigger calibers

tapped for scope mounts

great fun to shoot or a great gift

I might trade for a 45

http://www.remington.com/products/firea ... aster.aspx



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Try this link http://www.remington.com/products/firearms/rimfire/model-572/model-572-bdl-fieldmaster.aspx

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Gene are you sure your rifle is tapped for a scope? I would think it would be grooved. Any way the 572 is a good gun I have 10 or better in my 22 collection from the colored light weights and smooth bores. And yes the older ones are collectible. The USAF for some reason used 572 Routledge bored guns for some kind of training not sure what.
 

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I think Whiz Bang is correct. If I'm not mistaken, the 552 and the 572 are both grooved for the old style 22 scope mounts. Why remington never drilled and tapped them from the factory as most others have always puzzled me. A superb handling rifle too. Does not feel like a 22 in your hands. BAlances and points very well.

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Yea I should have said "provision for scope mounting"

Its unfired in the box and I think I have a deal on it-

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