Remington Model 34

Remington Model 34
Remington Model 34 rifle
Place of originUnited States
Production history
DesignerC.C. Loomis [1]
ManufacturerRemington Arms
Produced1932–1935 [1]
No. built163,000 [1]
VariantsModel 34 NRA [2]
Barrel length24 in (61 cm) [2]

Cartridge.22 Short, .22 Long, .22 LR[2]
Feed systemUnder-barrel tube magazine:[2]
  • 22-round (.22 Short)
  • 17-round (.22 Long)
  • 15-round (.22 LR)
Sightsbead front, open rear.[2]

The Remington Model 34 is a bolt-action rifle that was manufactured by Remington Arms from 1932 until 1935.


The Model 34 is a conventional bolt-action, tube fed rifle. Though conventional in layout and design, the Model 34 and 341 feature a patented lifter mechanism that presents cartridges to the chamber without the bullet touching rear of the chamber. This prevents damage to the bullet and conceivably increases accuracy potential.[3] Remington updated the Model 34 and the Model 341 replaced it in the product line.


Model 34 NRA
The Model 34 NRA variant had the same specs as the standard model except that it featured a Patridge front and Lyman 55R aperture sight. It was also fitted with a sling for carrying the rifle.[2]


  1. ^ a b c "Model 34". Remington Arms. Retrieved 2 January 2013.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Peterson, Philip (26 June 2009). Gun Digest Book of Modern Gun Values: The Shooter's Guide to Guns 1900 to Present (16th ed.). p. 386. ISBN 9780896898240.
  3. ^ "Remington Model 341-A .22 Rifle".

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