Got anything else you want to sell like that. The folks I buy from always seem to want their money first.xd45compact said:I have one also. Well kinda. My brother picked one up at a yard sale and sold it to me for what he paid for it, $100. I then sold it to my nephew for the same price, only thing is, he never paid me for it.
Also have the 572 Field Master. It was my fathers rifle and when he passed away I got it. Love that rifle.
That is the most important gun I own. It is a 550. It does hold 15 LR, 16 with one in the chamber, would shoot longs when they still were on the market but won't cycle shorts very well.sidroski said:Hell yeah I got one, handed down from my dad. Popped many a tree rat, rats in the barn and snake with it. We'd go squirrel hunting and I fetched 'em while he shot 'em when I was to young to shoot. Shorts, Longs and Long Rifles, eats anything. Broke apart easy to clean and lube.
That's a nice specimen SJ. You want to part with it, put shorty at the front of the line. That long barrel and I could outshoot many a Browning or Ruger. Holds 15 rounds of LR if I remember, been a long time since I shot it. Putting it up for #1 grandson.
Remington 572 if I remember right, not a 550 but if you seen the model #, I'll have to agree but would have put money on it being a 572. Too late to dig in the back of the safe. Brings back a lot of memories.
Remington told me back past a certain year they did not put SS# on all their guns. My 550 doesn't have a SS# either.Shooter said:I have a 552 very simialr but I think a later model. Not sure how old mine is as it has no serial number and was bought used.
I've got a rem721 that's doesn't have a SS#.SJ said:
The majority of weapons did not have serial numbers prior to 1968. The 1968 Gun Control Act required that all newly-manufactured firearms produced by licensed manufacturers in the United States and imported into the United States bear a serial number. Firearms manufactured prior to the Gun Control Act and Firearms manufactured by non-FFLs remain exempt from the serial number requirement. Defacement or removal of the serial number (if present) is a felony offense.Remington told me back past a certain year they did not put SS# on all their guns. My 550 doesn't have a SS# either.