"Where is a Remington Nylon 66 for these prices?" Where is the rest of the question? I paid a nominal fee for one when it first came out and have found several in the past 3 years for triple what i paid, in fair to worse shape. Mostly what is needed is every thing that can be seen with the untrained eye. Bore condition is as important as the condition of the mechanics. It may the most impressive eye candy condition and still not have a firing pin! I have an old model side by side with extensive outer ware, dings, loss of blueing! However the $2.00 i paid has been counter offered by one who would have it for his price of $6,. What i have found out from so called experts won't fit into the right answer without more detailed questions and descreption.
it looks like in the blue book that the mod.# is nylon 66
There is a video on how to assemble and disassemble a nylon 66 on youtube.com
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.
Purple wasn't a Remington color.
1959 to 1989
Go to Remington's web site. They have a list of repair centers.
The last year of production for the Remington model nylon model 66 was 1990.These rifles were made from 1959-1990 with a total production of 1,050,336.
I can say that the A prefix was added to the serial number in 1977.The last nylon 66 rifles were made in 1987.So your rifle dates from 1977-1987.
i think 45000 between 59 and 61
You can but the receiver flexes and it is difficult for the scope to stay in adjustment.
I have a Seneca Green Nylon 66 with a date stamp for February 1960 and a "Made in Canada" stamp on top of the barrel ahead of the rear sight. Hope this helps.
Check the service and parts link on the Remington Society of America here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/service
If I recall correctly, 14 and it loads from the stock. This is long rifle ammo.
If it is the brown color then around $175.
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
gun parts corpwould be the first stop. Jack First may have something
Any brand of firearms cleaning solvent will do the job.
Nylon 66's were made from 59 to 89 but you can tell the month/year by looking up the date code on the Remington Society of America here: http://remingtonsociety.com/rsa/questions/barrelcodes
Is there any difference? nylon 6 and nylon 66 they are both nylon so...
The Remington Model 66 is chambered for the .22 long rifle cartridge. The most common twist rate for the .22 long rifle is one full turn in sixteen inches (1:16).
Check the date code on barrel ;) There's information on the Remington Society of America, check related links.