Remington Model 580

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Remington Model 580
Type Sporting and target rifle
Place of origin United States
Production history
Manufacturer Remington
Produced 1967-1999 [1]
No. built
  • 580 = 60,000 [2]
  • 581 = 60,000 [3]
  • 582 = 90,708 [4]
Variants 581, 581S, 582
Specifications
Cartridge .22 Long Rifle
Action Bolt-Action
Feed system
  • 580 = Single Shot
  • 581 = Box Magazine
  • 582 - Tubular Magazine
Sights Iron sights, grooved receiver for scope

The Remington Model 580, 581, and 582 are a family of bolt-action rifles, manufactured from 1967 to 1999. The rifles were introduced as a replacement for the previous Model 511. The 580 series was a lower-cost rifle patterned after the contemporary Model 788 centerfire rifle and shares that rifle's rear-locking bolt.

References

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  • REMINGTON DATES OF MANUFACTURE
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