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A proud reintroduction of a truly groundbreaking design, the perfected Remington R51 has been re-engineered from the ground up and thoroughly tested to deliver utmost reliability, and the highest level of shootability of any subcompact handgun on the market today. Because it has the lowest bore axis in its class, its intuitive accuracy is unrivaled. The low bore axis also reduces muzzle rise by 25% for faster recovery between shots. Its Pederson block design and optimized grip angle work together to dramatically diminish felt recoil. With a 3.4” barrel and smooth, rounded edges, it conceals easily and deploys like lightning. And it all comes with a confidence-boosting 7+1 rounds of 9mm Luger.

Updated features include a precision-built fast-reset polymer trigger, a more aggressive and durable extractor design, enhanced recoil spring and a host of other features that make it the model of dependability.

Features:
- Less muzzle rise and reduced felt recoil
- Light slide racking force
- Optimized grip angle and slim aluminum frameBlackened Stainless Steel Slide
- 9MM +P match-grade 3.4" barrel
- Light, smooth and crisp trigger
- Two semi-flush 7+1 magazines

SKU#: 96430
UPC#: 885293964303

Rebates for Remington brand

Exp. date: 31.12.2019
CFR HTP Copper $3.00 CFR Hypersonic $3.00 CFR Scirocco $3.00 Model 700 AWR $75.00 Model 700 BDL $75.00 Model 700 CDL $75.00 Model 700 Long Range $75.00 Model 700 Mountain SS $75.00 Model 700 Sendero SF II $75.00 Model 700 SPS $50.00 Model 700 SS 5-R $75.00 VOR-TX Ammunition $3.00

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Something about this look just screams YUCK to me but for $200. I guess it’s ok for burning it out plinking, but wouldn’t trust my life on it, or buy it with the added shipping charge.

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Mine failed to feed right out of the box. Remington fixed it. Not sure I would carry it for SD.

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Honestly, you might be better off showing up for a gun fight with a knife.

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Looks really cool but too bad it's been a piece of junk.

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Very accurate with the fixed barrel and single action hammer fired action. Trigger has very little take up. Field stripping takes a little practice. Good feel in the hand with a very low center of gravity.

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Mine has been flawless, for this price I have to buy another. Since it’s re-release it’s the most underrated pistol out there!

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If the price went below $100 AND Remington gave a $50 rebate, I'd buy it!

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Guess I got lucky , mine has had no malfunctions so far but definitely a pain to disassemble

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Not really a question of wether it works or not...you have to look at it every time you take it to the range. That's bad enough

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Americans aren't buying fewer guns, quite the opposite. Remington just sucks lately.

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Read the Review on RK - apparently the rumors of it's resurrection are just that and it is still a POS!

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When Remington sell guns less expensive than a Hi-Point - you know how deep in the shit they are...

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I bought one last year, the new Gen 2, kept it for two weeks and sold it to a gun dealer. I think he still has it. It had light strikes and then it would take 4 to 5 tries to get the slide to rack to remove the round. Its a shame as I really wanted to like the gun but it just wasn't meant to be. Maybe Big Green will have better luck with the new RP9 however I definitely won't be one of their unpaid testers.

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Rented a gen 2 at the range recently and the thing that struck me is how much recoil was felt in the palm of my hand. This gun hits harder than my XDM or XD-S. Also, the slide release doesn't have the right shape/texture to work reliably (for me) with a thumb sweep. Was hoping for great things, but the gun has shortcomings.

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Good deal on a mediocre gun...many of us have read the reviews, especially the video reviews on YouTube, and know how finicky this gun is with ammo (TFB.TV refers to them as "nose-dives")...even so, this is a great price and Remington also has a $35 mail-in rebate on it.

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From what I’ve read, the gen 2 still has a climb ahead of it to even reach mediocre status. Who wants to take a chance and become part of Remington’s (unpaid) public test & eval team? Maybe improved from gen 1, but from most reports, still a good-looking but technically incompetent gun…kind of like a Hollywood actor. So it’s best prospects are probably as futuristic movie props.

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