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Remington AWR stalking rifle

I decided to try out the Remington American Wilderness Rifle (AWR) while roe stalking in Scotland, and in Argyll at this time of year you can usually count on one…

£1,389.00

Our rating:  87%

Remington Model 700 SPS rifle

The Remington Model 700 SPS - a great little rifle with dependable accuracy and reliability

£959.00

Our rating:  83%

Remington V3

While I was at the British Shooting Show in February, I took the opportunity to get around and see what was coming out. I was taken with the Remington V3…

£1,200.00

Our rating:  92%

Remington Model 597 HB

Having tested the Remington Model 783 stalking rifle, a new version of the ubiquitous Model 597 semi-automatic rimfire landed at my door. With few choices in rimfire semi-autos available to…

£329.00
Remington Model 783

Remington has languished in the shadows for 
a number of years, which is a shame because in the past the company’s models were the mainstream hunting rifles in Britain alongside…

£449.95

Our rating:  83%

Remington Fieldmaster Pump .22R

The Remington Fieldmaster dates back to 1954 and has been a successful series of pump-action rimfire rifles from Remington. It is relatively short at 40in long, and is nice and light at 5.75lb. However, it…

£75.00
Remington Versa Max semi-auto shotgun

Gun reviews: Remington Versa Max semi-auto shotgun: After reading favourable reviews, Jack splashed out on a Remington Versa Max semi-auto for coastal wildfowling. But did it meet expectations?

£1,800.00

Remington Versa Max semi-auto shotgun: After reading favourable reviews, Jack splashed out on a Remington Versa Max semi-auto for coastal wildfowling. But did it meet expectations?

Secondhand Remington semi-auto shotgun review: Next year will mark an important anniversary for what must be the world’s favourite semi-automatic shotgun. Yes – the dear old Remington 1100 will be…

Remington 1100 Sporter shotgun: Remington's big-selling 1100 is an auto with a very long heritage in the UK, one that goes way back to the 1960s with pigeon shooters, wildfowlers…

Remington 11-87 shotgun: In the early 1960s one of the most enduring semi-auto shotgun designs ever came off the drawing board of Remington’s Wayne E. Leek and achieved metal and…

.35 Remington cartridge review: Modern ballistics have found solutions to many problems, but Bruce Potts finds a century-old cartridge able to stand its ground in close-range stalking.

Remington 700

Remington 700 rifle review: Bruce Potts admire the 40-year old Model 700 whose bolt action rivals the best for strength.