Final Month: Remington Bicentennial Firearms

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posted on December 1, 2016
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There is only one month left in the year to celebrate Remington Arms' 200th year of business. Til the end of the year, the company is offering a Limited Edition run of guns. Eliphalet Remington, founder of the company, is depicted on each firearm through laser engraving and 24-karat-gold inlay. The Limited Edition run includes 2,016 units of each of the most popular modern firearms produced by the company: Model 870, Model 1100, Model 700, Model 7600 and Model 1911 R1—a commemorative Bicentennial box, along with a historical timeline and certificate of authenticity, is included with each. Additionally, Remington vows to donate $5 to your NRA from each Limited Edition firearm sold. remington.com

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