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Question about the Baikal double rifles 45-70/30-6

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Mike007, Jun 25, 2017.

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  1. Mike007

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    Hi guys, I have a question about the Baikal double rifles that Remington contracted out. My understanding is that one barrel is fixed and the other has to be regulated to site up with it. Will shooting the rifle over time unregulate the barrel? Basically, will it need sited in every so often, or is it in place until adjusted again? Thanks for any info
     
  2. TIMC

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    I have one in 45/70, it has stayed pretty much the same since I sighted it in the first time. It is very Jared to get the barrels regulated the same but it is a fun gun to play with.
     
  3. DM~

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    Mine is in 30-06 and it hasn't changed either...

    [​IMG]

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  4. midland man

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    i wonder how much their cheapest double barrel rifle in 45-70 costs?
     
  5. Panzerschwein

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    Very cool little stopper. I bet some Buffalo loads with both triggers at the same time would have plenty of power!!
     
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    so where can I see these rifles as I looked on the internet but don't see them or a price?
     
  7. DM~

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    Let's see, Remington quit bringing them in long ago, and I "think" O bummer put a stop on importing that brand of firearms that included their DR's...

    Find a used one...

    DM

    BTW, they are NOT made to take HEAVY loads, factory pressures only...
     
  8. Sunray

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    Both barrels of a double get regulated. And it's done by hand. It's why double rifles are expensive. Baikal, being Russian military, didn't have money issues then. That and the Ruble has pretty much always been worthless. Baikal was also banned for import by King Obama some time in 2014.
    Baikal Canada shows an MP 221 that is .45-70. No .30-06 mentioned.
     
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