Remington Nylon 66 Semi-Auto Rifle .22
The Remington Nylon 66 Semi-Auto was the first mass produced rifles to have a stock made from a material other than wood. It was advertised as never needing cleaning or oiling even after hundreds of rounds of firing. A 20″ blued steel barrel is adorned with open rifle sights, giving users a clear sight profile down range or in pursuit of small game. The Zytel plastic stock is textured at the forend and grip to ensure users have a steady grasp with each shot fired.
Manufactured between 1959 and 1989. It only weighs 4 Lbs.
Comes with three 10 Shot Magazines and two 5 shot magazines.
This is a bit of a rarity this one and extremely collectable. The rifle is in excellent condition. Open sights.