http://pdf.textfiles.com/manuals/FIREARMS/remington_66.pdf -or- http://nylonrfles.com has several guides including field manuals and teardown manuals with great illustrations to help with the difficult task of tearing down a nylon66. i will add the links below the Google adds under "related links"
There is a video on how to assemble and disassemble a nylon 66 on youtube.com
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i would contact Numrich Gun Parts Corp.They should be able to help you.They are on the Internet also.
Purple wasn't a Remington color.
it looks like in the blue book that the mod.# is nylon 66
value of your Remington nylon 11 is from $500-700, there is one for sale on guns America now listed for $660.
The Remington nylon 10s were made (1962-1964) before serial numbers were required (1968)and I think all of them were made without a SN.
Remington didn't make a model 55 rifle, nylon or otherwise. Autoloader, lever, or Bolt, Clip or Tub, letters on left side of barrel?
1959 to 1989
Depending on condition, about $170-$250 (for an excellent specimen) There is a fair collector interest in the Remington Nylon rifles, although the semi-autos get the most attention.
The Nylon 66 is a rifle that was made by Remington from 1959 to 1989. The brown and chrome model was Nylon 66MB and over 700,000 were produced.
Check the service and parts link on the Remington Society of America here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/service
Check the service/parts page on the Remington Society of America here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/service
Check the Service and Parts page on the Remington Society of America her: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/service
Check the date code on barrel ;) There's information on the Remington Society of America, check related links.
You can but the receiver flexes and it is difficult for the scope to stay in adjustment.
Depending on year and condition of the rifle, anywhere from $100-250.
i think 45000 between 59 and 61
I have seen one 200$ CAN, and was in good condition,
Yes they did. It is called a "gallery special" model. Remington Product No# is 5512 on the new in box one that I have. Ralph