Remington

A very handsome #1 Remington Rolling Block rifle, re-worked by master gunsmith Mark Ployhar of Spokane Valley, Washington, circa 2018. Typical federally-Antique Remington pre-1895 “three line” patent markings on the tang, partially buffed off. No visible serial number. This rifle started out its life as a typical military contract 7×57 Mauser, but now looks nothing like that! The stock, forend, and barrel are all new.  The gorgeous wood appears to be high-grade walnut with some very nice swirl and cross-grain figuring, and with a nicely-fitted ebony foreend. The grain is straight in the tang area — which is crucial in a big-bore rifle. (See photos!) The desirable #1 action was expertly refinished and looks almost like new, with a deep rich blue.  The barrel is a modern draw-filed medium-heavy contour octagonal.  The bore is bright and shiny. Mechanically fine. Has a flip-up fully adjustable disk rear sight and a flip-up target front sight.  Chambered for the widely available .45-70 Government cartridge. This would make a great hunting or target rifle.  Single-shot rifles customized Mark Ployhar often sell for $2,800 to $3,500. (PNRL-457)

$115.00 (PRE-1965)

A good condition non-takedown Remington #4 Rolling Block, .22 with 22.5″ octagonal barrel. Condition: 90%  blue on barrel (with a few odd tooling marks), and traces of original color casehardening on receiver. Stock and forend are nice for their age and show no signs of sanding. Excellent shiny bore with distinct rifling! Has a fairly neatly-repaired tang. Action works perfectly, and the trigger pull is crisp. This is a sought-after pre-1899 example. Serial # 5325X on barrel. Has standard fixed rear sight, and the squared-font style “REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILION, N.Y.”  barrel marking. This little rifle is chambered for .22 Short, but the chamber can be deepened for .22 Long and .22 Long Rifle.   (BMP-331)

$40.00 (PRE-1965)

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