Remington Model 504
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|Remington Model 504|
|Place of origin||United States|
|Weight||6 lb (2.7 kg)|
|Barrel length||20 in (51 cm)
22 in (56 cm)
|Cartridge||.22LR, .17 HM2 or .17 HMR|
|Action||Bolt with dual extractors|
|Feed system||5 round detachable magazine|
|Sights||None, tapped receiver for scope-mount bases|
The Remington Model 504 is a bolt-action rimfire rifle that can chamber .22 LR, .17 HM2 or .17 HMR cartridges. The gun is a replacement of the now obsolete Remington Model 541, and was itself replaced by the Remington Model 547 in 2007. The Model 504T was a target variant built in 2006 that differed from the original 504 in using a laminated wood stock with a raised comb, a target style forearm and a heavier barrel.
- "Model 504 Bolt Action Rimfire". Remington Arms. Retrieved 25 December 2012.
- Shideler, Dan (2011). Standard Catalog of Remington Firearms. F+W Media. p. 120. ISBN 1440226997.
- Peterson, Phillip (2011). Gun Digest Book of Modern Gun Values (16th ed.). Iola, Wis.: Gun Digest Books. p. 386. ISBN 1440218331.