round tubular magazine was offered in three center-fire calibers: .30 Remington, .32 Remington, and .35 Remington. It is an improved version of the Remington Model 14 rifle which was designed by John D. Pedersen and produced from 1912 to 1935.
In addition to its trim, attractive lines and favorable handling qualities, the Model 141 features a solid breech with
Illustrations by FRANK G. HART. Text by LUDWIG OLSON
Many hunters accustomed to slide-action shotguns preferred the Remington Model 141 Gamemastei; slide-action rifle for hunting deer and similar-sized big game. Introduced in 1936, this fast-firing repeater with five-
1 Before disassembly, unload the magazine and clear the chamber. Loosen the takedown screw (64) and pull out to the stop. Slide the guard (39) from the receiver (53).
2 Move the fore-end back and forward to cock action. Turn the rifle bottom side up. Press the unlocking plunger (70) and open the action. Tilt the rear end of the breechblock (13) upward slightly, and slide the fore-end (36) forward. Lift the breechblock from the receiver. This is sufficient takedown for normal cleaning.
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