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Remington Classic 300 H&H rivetless extractor

I have a Remington 700 Classic in 300 H&H with a broken extractor. I am looking for a rivetless extractor for it. Looked in all the usual places but have come up short. Getting desperate so if anyone knows of a place I can find one it would be greatly appreciated.

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https://www.midwestgunworks.com/page/mgwi/prod/F93712

You have this posted twice.

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Not sure the standard one fits the magnum bolt. Left a message with midwestgunworks. Thanks

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I hope it works out.

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I read on another forum where fellas were using Sako extractors on Remington bolts. Also You Tube has a couple of videos on this. Check with a competent gun smith to be sure.
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i have an old Remington 721 300 H&H that had a bad bolt when i bought it used. the guy at the gun shop where i bought it at wouldnt do anything about it so i told him what i thought of him and his shop. took it to another shop and asked about getting a new bolt for it. when he contacted Remington they wanted the gun sent to them because of it being a Magnum. the gun shop sent it to Remington and a few weeks later had my rifle back with a new bolt. that was over 40 years ago. still have that rifle and shoot it once in a while. so i suggest you might want to do the same.
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Have you tried Brownell's
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Found one. Thank you WW

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