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Remington R-25 caliber options

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by NCsmitty, Sep 5, 2008.

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  1. NCsmitty

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    I recently posed an email question to Remington, asking if they plan on adding the 260 Rem. to the R-25 line, which to me is a no-brainer. This is the response that I received.

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    Customer - 08/27/2008 08:05 PM

    Do you plan on offering the R-25 in the .260 Remington caliber? I believe it would be a great addition to the line.

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    Response (Pete) - 09/04/2008 03:40 PM


    Thank you for contacting Remington Country. We apologize for the lengthy wait in response to your email. We have experienced some technical difficulty with our system that has caused this situation. Thank you for your patience.

    I agree it would be a great addition but as of now I know of no plans to implement that into the caliber line.

    Thank you,
    Pete

    Question Reference #080827-000135
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    Product Level 1: Firearms
    Product Level 2: Centerfire Rifles
    Date Created: 08/27/2008 08:05 PM
    Last Updated: 09/04/2008 03:40 PM
    Status: Waiting


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  2. Tarvis

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    Maybe you should be on the R&D team.
     
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    Actually I think they are Bushmasters. That was the word when they were first introduced, anyway.
     
  5. NCsmitty

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    I'm sure that I could do an admirable job Tarvis, but I prefer to remain in retirement and add to this site and deal with the smug rhetoric that's common with some who post here.

    NCsmitty
     
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    I must say, that LR-260 is the cat's a$$, and cheaper to boot. Thanks PremiumSauces.

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  7. Owen

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    Cerberus, the company that owns Remington, also owns Bushmaster and DPMS.

    The guns are probably a mix of both...
     
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