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Old 07-15-2013, 08:58 AM
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Can't lose the picture thread seeing this forum is trimmed so frequently. ...

How about if I Stick it?
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How about if I Stick it?
That'd be great Steve.
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Old 01-17-2014, 04:02 PM
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I have a cleaning kit for the 5mm. Its a green metal kit with a small round gold decal that says 5mm on it. Very nice information and pictures.
I have an original cleaning kit in the box for the 5mm Rem.

I'll post a pic to see who is interested in buying.
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1970 Remington 592M that followed me home yesterday. Walnut stock and used but not abused.
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591M and 592
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I know they aren't all head shots but some of these were over the 75yd mark.
Sorry for the picture, i deleted the original after i printed it but felt this needed to be here!
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This is a factory record. Notice it says Walnut stock.


i have a 592 serial#1,152738 and one 592 1,059,889 and a 591 1,098,225 saw a 592 on g.b. 1,118 389 .. do not compare to chart dates... what would years of man. be

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Have yet to kill a bloody thing with it yet even after using it for a truck gun this summer.

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Why not shoot that spider? The 5mm is a real hammer on jackrabbits and I bet it would stop a snowshoe hare?
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Why not shoot that spider? The 5mm is a real hammer on jackrabbits and I bet it would stop a snowshoe hare?
I haven't seen a snowshoe in years.
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There are a bunch of them in the old forest fire area where I Elk hunt. Miles of Xmas tree size pines but the snowshoes live in that area. Not sure what they eat in there.
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I picked up a 591 last weekend. Just started looking at the ballistics and trajectory, this really seems like a great round. My father-in-law really liked this round and used it alot for squirrels.

Here are a couple pics. It had a couple scrapes right by the front of the port area so I figured the previous owner was having problems with ejection. It had a few problems but does shoot well.
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