Remington Nylon 66 Semi-Auto 22LR
Guns International #: 101037262 Seller's Inventory #: 484
Category: Remington Rifles - Nylon - Remington Rifles - Rimfire
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Seller: Dave's Arms and Legs
Company: Dave's arms and legs LLC
Member Since: 1/22/17
First Name: Dave
Last Name: Thomas
Country: United States
Phone: (541) 840-2390
Number of Active Listings: 10
Total Number of Listings: 59
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Payment Types Accepted: 3 % credit and debit cards charge fee. Personal checks and money orders treated as cash.
This gun was made in 1959 in september it is in Mohawk brown and in very good condition for its age.
The largely synthetic construction meant that the Nylon 66 could operate without any added lubricants.
This made it popular in arctic regions, and indeed there have been many reports of indigenous peoples killing large animals, such as moose, with a .22 LR fired from a Nylon 66. Some have speculated that the light weight of the gun could potentially cause substandard accuracy in the field, but this does not seem to be a complaint from Nylon 66 shooters.
The Nylon 66 was fitted with leaf sights as well as a grooved receiver that could accommodate a mount for a telescopic sight. It was available in several colors, such as “Mohawk Brown”, “Apache Black”, and “Seneca Green”.
A copy of the tube magazine model was also made by FIE of Brazil, but many of these had quality control issues. The standard U.S. made tube magazine model could reliably cycle hundreds of rounds without cleaning, provided high velocity ammunition was used.
Price: $365.oo OBO
Model: nylon 66
Serial Number: nsn
Bore: very good
Condition: very good
Metal Condition: very good
Wood Condition: nylon
Bore Condition: bright