***SOLD***Mint M673 .350RM F/S - Graybeard Outdoors
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I've decided to sell my M673 (.350RM) that I purchased new about 15yrs ago. At one time I had the 673 in 6.5RM, .300SAUM, .308 and .350, but this is the last of the bunch. The gun is in mint condition with no marks or mars I can see. It has been shot and even hunted, but has no wear apparent. It's topped with a nice Bushnell 30mm 1-4x24 scope with illuminated #4 reticle held in place with Warne QD rings. For those interested in purchase, there are places that still make ammo for the .350. I also have a pretty good selection available to the buyer at a very reasonable additional price. I believe I also may have 50(?) pieces of new, unfired, brass for additional price.

The price for the rifle and scope is $995 firm.($45 shipping to continental U.S., higher for Ca.) The ammo/brass will be shipped separately at additional shipping costs. I won't separate the ammo prior to the rifle being sold

Please PM any questions you might have. More pics available to interested parties. Thanks for looking.

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That's a fine looking rig!
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Thank you Sir!
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That is really nice I have no use for it but I love all fine looking guns but I have to ask why a vent rib on a rifle is it mainly for looks?

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That is really nice I have no use for it but I love all fine looking guns but I have to ask why a vent rib on a rifle is it mainly for looks?

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Thanks. The Remington M673 is a "remake" of the old Rem M600. The original M600 had a vent rib, while the M660 and later M600 Mohawk did away with the rib. It's only on there for looks. The original rib was a synthetic material, the 673's is metal. The original M600 had an 18.5" barrel and was a very handy rifle. I recently picked one up, after having sold my old M660 and two M600 Mohawks years ago. The M673 is based on the M600 (hence the "6") and uses the Model Seven action (Hence the "7") and was brought out in 2003 (Hence the "3").

This is my newly acquired M600. It has the very distinctive "dogleg" bolt.
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Well if added for looks it is doing a fine job man that is nice.

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I want this so bad. Just bought an original 600 (oct. 1964) in 35 rem. Beautiful gun. Wish I had the cash for yours.
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I want this so bad. Just bought an original 600 (oct. 1964) in 35 rem. Beautiful gun. Wish I had the cash for yours.
A M600 in .35 is a great rifle, congrats. I found a mint one online about 8-9 yrs ago and passed the info on to a friend who scooped it up. I did recently pic up a very nice M600 in .308 and considered having it rebored to .358, but I rebored a M70 in .308 instead.
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That is a fine example of the firearm.glws...
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