Remington Model 660
|Remington Model 660|
|Place of origin||United States|
|Designer||Remington R&D |
5,204 (660 Magnum) 
|Variants||Model 660 Magnum|
|Weight||6.5 lb (2.9 kg) |
|Length||38.75 in (98.4 cm) |
|Barrel length||20 in (51 cm) |
6.5mm Rem Mag
.350 Rem Mag 
|Feed system||6-shot magazine |
The Model 660 emerged from the success of the Model 600, which was originally produced from 1964 to 1967. In 1968, the Model 660 was introduced as a redesign of the Model 600. Main changes included elimination of the ventilated rib and a 2-inch (5.1 cm) increase in the length of the barrel. After 3 years, the M660 was discontinued and the Model 600 Mohawk was introduced.
- Model 660 Magnum
- Same specs as the standard model except featuring a laminated walnut stock for added strength. It also featured quick detachable sling swivels and a recoil pad.
The Model 660, along with many Model 600s was affected by a recall in 1979 to remedy a problem with the bolt lock safety that under certain circumstances allowed accidental discharge. https://www.remington.com/support/safety-center/safety-modification-program/remington-model-600-660
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