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Besides the M1A and the redone Garands, are there any , .30 caliber rifles still made in the U.S. of A.that are not re-dos of the AR-15, AR-10 or Kalashnikov?

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Mini Thirty.
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And of course the Remington gas operated single shots.
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I see that Ruger now makes the rifle chambered for the .300 Blackout.
6.5 Creedmoor is latest greatest surpassing the Blackout for rag time, is it short enough for that rifle?

The Remington 750 is no longer made, and all the others are AR based.

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I see that Ruger now makes the rifle chambered for the .300 Blackout.
6.5 Creedmoor is latest greatest surpassing the Blackout for rag time, is it short enough for that rifle?

The Remington 750 is no longer made, and all the others are AR based.
Creed, no. Grendel, yes, but you'd have to go custom. With Ruger selling the RAR in 300BO now, magazines are more available for the Mini-300. 556 cases, 308 bullets. But the venerable mini-30 has been selling for over 40 years now. They made it in 6.8spc for a short run, but you asked for 30 cal.
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Rem 7400?
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Rem 7400?
The 750 replaced the 7400 ; both gone.

I often wonder what drives the gun industry.
Europeans still make some old school style autos but here they are near all based on military black rifles.
Here is one that is unique:
https://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs...auto-combo-gun

The gun grabbers go more by appearance than anything yet the U.S. makes near nothing that is not of military appearance.
At least the Russians can put lipstick on a pig.



To the liberals image is symbolism over substance wins the day.

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In America our national service rifles have always been highly popular. I think because our laws permit it. In many foreign countries civilian ownership of military rifles are not legal. Sometimes even owning guns in the military’s cartridge is not legal.

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Here's one;

https://www.cheaperthandirt.com/cate.../30-carbine.do

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you'll probably not find any strictly made in the U.S. new 30 rifle anymore.
the folks like the remington plant workers that sabotaged the H&R's and
the Marlins saw to that.
if i were looking for something on a budget, i'd find me one of the gazzilion
30/06 remington autos that are out there now. they're not all junk.
most are just ill cared for like the last one i bought. all day cleaning job, but
worked as new after. most are dirt cheap.
for a new one i'd have to find a browning or a benelli

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