Remington Model 241 very good condition overall with a few buffing marks on barrel, dowel repair to the top of the wrist, very well done with new varnish, no rust, barrel drilled and tapped for scope mounts, with screws filling holes, done nicely. Appears to be original blue. More of a shooter than a collector, but very nice condition. Reciever looks very nice, gun functions perfectly, bore is excellent. This is a Browning patent gun similar to the Browning autoloader, however has a more sophisticated interrupted thread take down feature. Additional pictures available upon request. For those of you new to guns, there are two great 22 semi-auto 22 rifles that are properly designed, the Browning 22 and the Winchester Model 63. The Remington model 241 with the superior take-down feature is much better made than the standard Browning takedown available today. That is why this gun is a great shooter. It does not jam easily like the other Browning. The next gun is the Ruger 22, and it is flawed by a side charging handle that can be caught on brush. The other feature which makes a gun a poor design is any exposed screws which should always be kept at a minimum, which is why the Winchester Model 63 is a better gun. But if you want to get into the first of the two guns that are better than a Ruger, this one is affordable. A perfect Winchester model 63 is over a grand. Mine will shoot match heads at 25 feet. There are a few 22 revolvers by Smith and Wesson, a High Standard Model 106 Supermatic trophy made in Hamden, pre-war Colt Ace, any Colt Woodsman, a Smith and Wesson model 41, and Browning Medalist,or a Buckmark that are worthy as 22 hand guns. That would be a goal for a new collector to consider, this rifle is one of those worthy, the rest are just a waste of ammo and make noise. Few will shoot under an inch at 25 yards. I can, can you? Start with a good gun.
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