Would be surprised if there is any definitive info on their website. Best place to look would be the Standard Catalog, if you have one of those. There was a "Mountain Gun" and a similar "Mountain Revolver". They are lighter weight versions of pre-existing steel revolvers. Unlike the original...
That won't happen because it does not meet their definition of a MG. You have come up with your own definition, which is fine, but the characteristics which S&W chose for their MG are not found in the 329PD.
This is correct. Many people on internet forums incorrectly think the .38 Special ammo of yesteryear was superior to today's loads. I test old factory ammo as a hobby, and can tell you the earlier stuff was not as fast as it was represented to be.
Sounds a little high but not much. I plan on selling one of my two JM guns and back in August did a Gunbroker survey on actual sales. I tracked 7 guns similar to mine and the average selling price was $808. That is before the buyer paid for shipping and receiving.
The rifle in .243 has become very valuable. I've seen two sell at auction in PA and both were in the $1K neighborhood. There is a real following for them there, and calibers like .223, .222, 6mm, .243 etc. attract a lot of attention.
Hopefully they would work fine. In the 88, Winchester used the same basic .308 magazine box but altered it to function with the larger cartridge neck. There are instructions on line for how to modify .308 mags for use in an 88 .358 to prevent feeding problems. Having owned several semi-auto deer...
Sounds like a cool conversion, but not sure the original mag would function properly, especially in a semi. Although case size in the same, Winchester had to redesign mags for their 88's to get the .358 to feed properly.
I never seen a 760 in .35 Whelen, the two Remington pumps in that caliber I've seen in PA were both 7600. I could actually add some calibers to my auction list of Remington pumps above, including .32 Winchester (yes, believe it or not), but they were not in the 760/7600 configuration which would...
Me too. Having owned a 742 in .30-06, another in .243, and a 750 carbine in .308, I am done with Remington semi-autos. My gunsmith ended up with all of them. Don't have anything bad to say about the two Remington pumps I have owned, including the current .30-06 carbine.
I agree, and that is mainly due to the free floating barrel. I'm surprised when people question the accuracy of the 760, especially since it was chosen by the FBI in .308 (over many bolt actions) as their first sniper rifles.