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Rifles - Tactical Remington:

Has anyone seen or shot the new Tactical Remington with the 20" barrel?? Who is making the stock on them?? Is it still and H&S?? They look like a neat little rifle, should be the answer for the Law Enforcemant boys.
Pat <>
USA - Tuesday, January 12, 1999 at 15:21:48 (EST) 

Have one of those Rem. Lightweights at the shop right now. 20" barrel, three wide flutes, stock is H-S, like the PSS stock but forend is a bit shorter and narrower, and no palm swells, nice and light, I think around 7-8 pounds. No subsitute for a heavy barreled guns, but if you want a lightweight, quick handeling, easy to hump for miles, it looks pretty good. It is for sale, see for info.
Mike S <>
So., Ca USA - Tuesday, January 12, 1999 at 22:49:24 (EST) 

Pat; Do we have to show our "Wheaties" badges to buy that new tactical or is it for sale to any Cheerios eater? Remington has a habit you know and seems to be getting more selective about who they sell their so called "tactical" stuff too.
B.Rogers <>
USA - Tuesday, January 12, 1999 at 23:55:26 (EST) 
Mike S,
Thanks for the comeback! I seen a picture of one and they look like they would be a nice tool for law enforcement or humping over hill and dale.

Bill R.
I think it depends on the dealer, some wont sell you a PSS without a dept. letter head and the next will sell it to anyone.

Pat <>
USA - Wednesday, January 13, 1999 at 07:37:46 (EST) 

I would like opinions on the new Remington PSS Tactical vs. the standard as far as accuracy. I have been looking at the standard now for about a year and when I decided to buy one they had the tactical with the 20" barrel so now I am not sure what I want. The guy I talked to claims the tactical is just as accurate as the standard. I find that hard to believe. Any opinions from more experienced shooters would be a great help. Thanks

Chris Newkirk <>
USA - Wednesday, January 13, 1999 at 14:14:31 (EST) 


In a nutshell, longer barrels usally give a little extra velocity and the balance seems better to many on offhand and "leading" /tracking shots. Noise is further from the shooter too.

TUPPERWARE CITH AHHHHHHHHHHH, bY-gAWD USA - Wednesday, January 13, 1999 at 17:18:36 (EST) 

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