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Remington R51 9mm Luger 7rd 3.4" Pistol 96430

SKU: 7362500  |

Availability: In stock

MSRP: $448.00
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Description

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 frame
  • Blackened Stainless Steel Slide
  • 9MM +P match-grade 3.4" barrel
  • Light, smooth and crisp trigger
  • Two semi-flush 7+1 magazines

Specifications

SKU 7362500
UPC 885293964303
Brand Remington
Model Name R51
MPN 96430
Caliber 9mm
Class Compact
Action Single Action
Capacity 7+1
Barrel Length 3.4"
Length 6.68"
Weight 22.6 oz.
Sights 3 Dot
Grip Standard
Trigger Standard
Safety Positive grip safety
Finish Satin Black Oxide
Condition New in Box
Color No
In Store Only No
Price $249.99

Reviews

Runs good Review by Mg
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Really like the feel of the action. Other reviews scared me, but with a firm grip and +P ammo had no issues for first 50 rounds. I didn't try standard ammo, but didn't plan on ever using it in r51. (Posted on 4/21/2018)
Nice Concealable Shooter Review by D Boone
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Bought this a couple months ago when RK had them on sale. Based on reviews, I was convinced it was a good buy. Finally took it to the range last week, and I like it. Points very naturally for me, and I had no problem grouping them on target. Recoil was manageable for compact size. Glad I bought it. (Posted on 3/8/2018)
Nice Gun and great price. Review by DogLover
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My wife bought this from Rural King, since it is a slim/single stack, it fits her hand very well. Shoots very nice used at 10 and 15 yards with no issue. Mag springs seems a bit stiff at first, so we stayed with 4-5 round loads. Mags softened up after a bit of use. Feed was 100%, Used Armscor ammo from Rural King. No issues. Its a keeper for range and carry. (Posted on 2/5/2018)
Great price for a good gun Review by Lazarus
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I purchased this during the rebate. You cant beat this for 206 after tax. I was super paranoid after seeing all of the negative reviews and after 600 round with 0 issuss i have nothing but positive things tk say about this gun aside from one quirk you havr to have the slide locked back to load then release to put one in the chamber. I cant rake woth a full magazine but thats not a huge deal. The only issue i have is the wonky stripping process but thats not a daily thing. (Posted on 1/27/2018)
Lousy gun and refusal to stand behind product Review by Raven
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I had some serious reservations about purchasing this pistol, but was intrigued by the Pederson delayed locking system and bought the gun anyway. Bad move. When I removed the pistol from the box, I checked to see if it looked OK cosmetically (which it did) and I then hand cycled the slide a few times to see if that seemed to function OK. So far so good. I then removed the slide to see if the internals were as they should be and lubricated. To my dismay, when I removed the slide, a shard of aluminum fell out of the gun and I immediately noticed one of the slide guides had a large gouge on the top. Called Remington and sent it in for repairs. 1 1/2 month later I called to check on progress. I was told the gun was being sent back to me and the gouge on the guide was "normal wear and tear." Got that? A gouge on the slide guide was "normal wear and tear" on a gun that had never even been fired. Remington used to be a good company. Now they are producing junk and blowing smoke if you send a defective product in for repair/replacement. Never again Remington. (Posted on 1/10/2018)
Remington R51 Review by Scotty
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I am very pleased with the Remington R51 9mm semi-auto handgun! It works perfectly. Feels good in my hands! Is heavy enough to keep in control when target shooting, but also light enough to carry concealed. Would recommend this handgun to anyone, and it fits great in my M1911 Fobus holster CB21B. The metal frame is strong but not real heavy. Will last a lifetime! (Posted on 1/7/2018)
Very weird looking Review by Steve
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Very weird looking Pistol. If it had a built-in laser site I might think about buying one, but just not the kind of 9mm CCW I would buy.
(Posted on 1/6/2018)
Nothing like the original Review by Swag
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If you are expecting this gun to be like the original you’re in for a surprise. This is not a great conceal gun but none the less it is a Remington and a good shooter. Price at RK unbelievable! (Posted on 1/5/2018)
poorly designed Review by ron
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Design flaws that don't allow safe chambering from magazine. Never fired the pistol before I had to send it back for inspection. It's been 2 weeks and I haven't heard from them. After having a model 700 in the cabinet for 15 years wating for a recall this is my last Remington purchase. (Posted on 12/19/2017)
Fine firearm Review by Handlebar
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Only received pistol this weekend. Had little time to look it over or shoot it. Did manage about 30 rounds of 115 grain hardball. Very impressed, lives up to article I read in American Rifleman. Recoil was very mild and accuracy very good. Probably become carry gun in near future. (Posted on 12/18/2017)
Review Review by JD
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So far so good. It's a very easy gun to fire and I haven't had any problems. (Posted on 12/18/2017)
disappointed Review by packrat
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Magazines very hard to load to full capacity. Takes too much effort to operate mag release. I know it might not be fair comparison, but I shot my son's new SW 2.0 at same outing and put 3 rounds in approx. 2 inch group at 20 yds first try. With R51 firing at same target with same 2 hand hold, I was all over target.

I bought gun based on reviews, but way short of my expectations. (Posted on 12/14/2017)
Great gun for the price, BUT a little larger than expected. Review by Truthful Tim
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Bought this gun because of the awesome deal that was available on Black Friday. Gun feels great in my hand, seems to function smoothly, everything on the gun is nice, BUT I was really expecting the gun to be a little smaller. I purchased it to be my Cc gun. It is larger than some of the other compact 9mm pistols I've looked at. I would still not hesitate to purchase this pistol again. I'll update my review after I've had the opportunity to put some more rounds through it. (Posted on 12/12/2017)
Some good - some bad Review by Pilgrim
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Two hundred rounds with no misfires. Shoots low and to the right, no matter how I correct.
Be careful when inserting magazine - make sure it is seated solidly or it will pop out and the shooter will look silly with the slide back and a loaded magazine at his feet.
Come on Remington, recall again and get it right. (Posted on 12/12/2017)
Very well satisfied Review by Dave
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Very well satisfied (Posted on 12/11/2017)
Great price with Remington rebate Review by Grumpy
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I was really worried after I read reviews on the R51 but after receiving it it runs well and I'm impressed rural king was great with tracking my order received in 5 days (Posted on 12/10/2017)
Great Value Review by Pistol Review
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I purchased this pistol online during Black Friday, so I got a very good deal. I've only shot one clip thru it so far with some cheap ammo, and the gun performed great. No issues at all! (Posted on 12/10/2017)
Jam Issue Revealed Review by Stoney
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The magazines are OAL (Over All Length) sensitive. The tight tolerances on the length of the cartridge caused three (3) failures to feed, out of fifty (50) rounds, on my reloads. Fired fifty (50) rounds of new commercial ammo, that were less in OAL, and experienced on failures, of any type, what so ever. Went back to my reloads and suffered two (2) FTF out of thirty (30) rounds. Needless to say I will be seating my bullets a wee bit deeper. I will match the OAL of the commercial ammo that fired flawlessly. No +P ammo was fired and all ammo fired was 115 FMJ. Remington has done a lot to improve this pistol over its Gen 1 debacle. (Posted on 12/10/2017)
aT THIS POINT SEEMS LIKE A GOOD VALUE Review by CARL
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The tale will be told IF I get the $100 rebate promised by Remington. Last weapon I purchased was from Savage and then one several years ago. I've yet to see a rebate come through as advertised. RK purchasing was fine as as advertised, Gun was delivered as promised and without problems. (Posted on 12/10/2017)
Great price with rebate Review by Grumpy
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Trigger has a little side play this is normal on r51 looks good slide works smooth field strip not hard but different due to Pederson action has less recoil than I expected for its size. Trigger pull is clean crisp about 4 pounds shot well I was a little Leary of buying it due to the reviews but it's good for what I paid (Posted on 12/7/2017)
Great price with rebate Review by Grumpy
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Trigger has a little side play this is normal on r51 looks good slide works smooth field strip not hard but different due to Pederson action has less recoil than I expected for its size. Trigger pull is clean crisp about 4 pounds shot well I was a little Leary of buying it due to the reviews but it's good for what I paid (Posted on 12/7/2017)
unsure Review by rkm
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I am hoping that with more use the R51 will perform better. The slide doesn't operate smoothly. It is better with a less than full magazine. The slide spring is stiff but not adequate to close the slide properly. (Posted on 11/28/2017)
Yep, it works Review by George
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Delivery was excellent. I took it to the range to try it out and used my handloads. My handloads do not work in a friend's M&P so expected some problems. Accuracy for my handloads is awful possibly to low velocity and plated bullets. Now to Winchester white box 115 grain. Excellent and surprisingly accurate and I wasn't trying. Nice. There are two small sharp edges to the bottom of the grip which will be removed. Recoil is snappy as a PPK blowback in .380. No problems with chambering, failure to fire or ejection. It's excellent. If you know how to load a magazine and keep the first round against the feed lips without jamming the rounds in, you will have no problems. I positively love the low bore axis and the plus P 9MM in a small package. That's why I bought it. (Posted on 11/26/2017)
jams up Review by smitty
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Has a tight spot in the rear of the slide that causes it to not eject she'll casings properly
Definitely not a gun that I would trust to conceal carry for protection
You can't depend on it to be there when you need it. (Posted on 11/25/2017)
jams up Review by smitty
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Has a good feel to it but mine has a spot in 5he slide that is tight and this causes it to jam up every couple rounds
Definitely not a firearm that I would trust to carry to protect my family
I think I'll stick with the ruger LC9C (Posted on 11/25/2017)
the purchase was easy and received my r51 in no time. the pistol itself was not very good. ok, it was terrible. Review by bull
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the remington r51 was on the front page of the nra rifleman magazine and caught my attention. i really like the look and feel of the pistol, however, it is without doubt the worst functioning pistol i have ever had. the day after i got my r51 i took two hundred rounds from three different mfg's and four different weights. i cleaned and oiled the pistol before i started and after each fifty rounds. when i put a full mag in i couldn't rack the slide. so i lowered the mag and locked the slide back. when i pushed the slide stop lever it wouldn't push the first round out of the mag. so i took the first round out, was able to rack the slide and it put the round into the chamber. it would only fire one or two rounds without me having to rack the slide again to extract an unfired round. the primer was hit by the striker but wouldn't fire. i would put the same round into the chamber, pulled the trigger and it did fire. this happened throughout all the different rounds i had. then in the third box of rounds it would lock back as if the mag was empty (if it fired at all). i contacted remington and am awaiting the return info in the mail. i will give them one more try but if it even hiccups one time i'll be getting a refund. perhaps after the original recall they didn't get all the bugs worked out. i have never even heard of a new pistol having so many problems. hopefully remington will fix or replace with a pistol that works. no one should carry a weapon if they have no confidence in it. (Posted on 11/17/2017)
Poor design features. Review by Frank
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Nice appearance of pistol, but very poor design and mechanical operation. Wish I was able to give pistol back and get my money back. (Posted on 11/16/2017)
overall very pleased Review by Tug
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Easy and affordable shopping and the Rural King could not be any better and helpful (Posted on 11/15/2017)
R51 Review by Bbartz53
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I really like the gun but is a pain to take apart an put back together (Posted on 11/4/2017)
Great carry gun Review by Mikie
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I shot 50 rounds of remington white box 124 grain. Then 50 of federal 115. With no issues. Great point of aim and recoil is really light. I was really happy with the trigger pull and how it draws from a cc holster. I love this gun and carry it daily. As for reassemble it is tough but not with practice. (Posted on 9/10/2017)
quite problems. Review by GAP
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I was drawn to the R51 do to the size, a little research and I became intrigued by it operating system.
First, it is a pain to reassemble, I advise watching the video on Remington web site a few times. The video points out a few details about the reassemble but it is still a pain. If you have hand problems or arthritis like me, this is probably not the pistol you want. The recoil spring is stout and you have to manipulate it with your thumb and index finger.
I shot a selection of 124 grain loads to include, xtp’s, Nosler jhp’s and two 124 grain target loads. The pistol had several jams with the target loads, stove pipes and failure to eject. The xtp’ and Nosler’s had a few stove pipes after the first round. Warning if you have large hand and a high grip you will receive slide bite. The other malfunction that occurred several times, was the slide release looking the slide back before the last round was out of the magazine. This happened with the hotter xtp ammo. The trigger is very gritty as well.
I fired about 200 round of ammo from 10, 7 and 5 Yards. The shots all grouped well but at 7 and 10 yards the groups were all low and right at 5 yards they all were in the x ring on the silhouette target.
After firing I disassemble, and inspected. There is very heavy wear on the slide rails of the frame. I also inspected the fire brass and found the center of the primes pull onward instead of the typical firing pin dimple.
In summation, I do not believe the fit of the slide to frame is good as evidence for the heavy wear to the frame slide rail. The fact that you have wiggle the frame to install the slide is another sign of poor fit. I cannot stress the difficultly of disassembling and assembling enough. The slide bite is another problem and if you watch the video at Remington’s web site you will see the shooter in the video has a band aide of mole skin on his hand when firing.


(Posted on 7/1/2017)
Not Sure About Owning Review by Dee
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I have a 1924 model 51, .380. The weapon is small, easily concealed, and a joy to shoot. However, breakdown and reassembly is daunting.....not at all easy.
I very much want to own the new R51 but am turned off by the Byzantine break down/reassembly process. The comments about break-in problems compound my reticence to buy the R51.
Come on, Remington......work out the problems. Let me totally enthusiastic about the R 51.
(Posted on 6/14/2017)
not what I expected. Review by Parchie
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The break down of this pistol is quite difficult, after getting it apart and inspecting the spring follower and the outside of the reciever it was obvious that the machining was not up to standards. Having previously owned a r51 I was disappointed that many of the milling issues were not corrected. the prior r51 was a war take home so obviously someone depended upon it for their life.
I have yet to take this to the range to determine if I could possibly carry this. I will break it in using only rem 115 grain ammo as recommended. Reassembly was as difficult as breakdown. Not my Remington (Posted on 6/1/2017)
No quality inspection. Review by Paul
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When I brought the gun home I notice the barrel had random circular tool marks cut into it. Also, the inside of the slide was not finished with white metal showing through the black and the inside of the slide was not smooth or machined. No inspector could have examined this gun. I am writing the president of Remington to inform him of this shoddy work. Buy a Shield, a much better made piece without all the plastic at a better price. (Posted on 5/21/2017)
Too Soon To Tell Review by ramanager
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As stated in the summary I consider this pistol to be very much in the "breaking in" phase. I shot it for the first time today and shot 100 rounds , 50 Fiocchi 115grFMJ and 50 Aguila 115grFMJ. I experienced 2FTF and 1 FTE. 1FTF and the FTE was with the Aguila the other FTF was with the Fiocchi. All three failures were on the first round out of the magazine and the Aguila FTE followed the FTF immediatly. Both FTF's were the same, the round was in a nose down position pinned against the feed ramp. I removed the mag and pulled the slide back and the round fell through the mag well clearing the jam. I believe this problem may be more related to the mags than the to the gun. The mags are very difficult to load, it was only after loading them 5-6 times that i was able to comfortably get the 7th round in, also the FT's metioned above came on the 3rd and 5th mags shot today, for the last 60 or so rounds the pistol functioned fine.
The pistol is alot of fun to shoot and for me is accurate. I believe with additional breaking in this pistol will make a fine CC weapon.
As mentioned by others disassembly and reassembly can be challenging. In addition to the manuel there are a couple pretty good U-Tube videos that i found really useful. (Posted on 4/11/2017)
Great Gun! Review by Jim-in-Ga
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Gave up 2 .380 after getting this gun. It requires a 100 round brake in but after that, it's great. (Posted on 4/9/2017)
First class service, first class concealed firearm. Review by The Pool Guy
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The service I received from RK Guns was equal to that I have come to expect from Gander. The handgun itself, out of the box the best concealed 9mm i have experienced. I sold my M&P Shield to get this and do not regret that at all. Almost zero recall, great handling, comfortable and really like the grip safety aspect over a thumb safety. Feels like an extension of the hand, little over 200 rounds on first outing to range with NO stoppages, misfires or issues whatsoever. Very happy with decision to support Remington. (Posted on 3/12/2017)
Not fired yet Review by Harry
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Upon examining weapon found left rear sight dot missing, however upon returning to RK guns at Greenwood,In store, gun department manager (didn't catch name) went extra mile and called Remington and after explaining problem received shipping papers from them and is sending back to factory,can't say enough about his extra effort to help me ! Thank you (Posted on 3/6/2017)
Very nice pocket gun with a very nice price Review by bluejandj
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Very nice pocket gun with a very nice price (Posted on 3/5/2017)
Good overall Review by wcp
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Got mine from rk as the gun of the week, after remmington rebate, can't beat the price for what your getting, nice looking, compact, easy carry handgun, shoots great, have run about 150 rounds through with no issues, glad i got the email from rk guns (Posted on 2/27/2017)
R51 Review by BB
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Think Remington finely got it Rite ! Man can this thing shoot ! I like ! (Posted on 2/19/2017)
Not a bad little pistol Review by Greg
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Don't believe all you read about this gun. Have run at least 500 rounds through it (hand loads of 124 and 147 grain as well as common commercial ammo, round nose and hollow point) with NO jams. Shoots nice with little to no barrel jump. Also one of the few guns out there that are expressly for +P ammo.

The problems that folks seem to be having is with steel case foreign ammo. Folks say that a quality gun will eat any ammo. That is crap. I have had steel casing Eastern European ammo jam in Glocks and S&Ws.

Very pleased with this gun. (Posted on 12/29/2016)
Good so far Review by 51 Fan
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To start with you can't beat Rural Kings price on guns. I have 2 of the original model 51 manufactured in 1922& 1924 so when Remington decided to bring it back I had to have one. I had seen YouTube reviews saying the new R51 was having issues with being finicky about ammo. Well I have run numerous types an manufacturers of ammo through my new R 51 with no issues. Winchester white box FMJ, hurrters FNJ aluminum case, Remington OMC leaderless flat nose and several other less expensive brands. Everything has run with no problems. I have run about 150 rounds through it and I'm very happy with this gun. (Posted on 10/6/2016)
Disapointed in Trigger Review by Obie1
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When I first dry fired the gun to see what the trigger was like I immediately notice I could no feel the trigger reset. The trigger on this gun does not work like it should. When dry firing the gun the first pull of the trigger works but when you keep the trigger pulled and work the slide back and let it go back to lock up and then released the trigger it does not reset. I have to pull the trigger several times to get it to engage the sear, this is new in the box and has not been fired yet. I am going to send it back to Remington to see if they can fix it. I bought the gun because of its unique locking system, WARNING MAKE SURE YOU READ THE MANUAL TO FIELD STRIP THE GUN. It does not have a tilting barrel locking system, the breech block is what locks/unlocks behind the barrel. To re-assemble the gun who every wrote the manual never did it, you have to hold onto the end of the barrel keeping it under tension so the breech block is free to go in its recess in the top of the frame so the frame rails can get past the breech block all while holding the gun upside down. (Posted on 9/17/2016)

Warranty

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Is it for left handed shooter
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Is this the 2nd generation R51 or the 1st?
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Do they make a laser to fit the R51
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Is it made in USA?
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I saw an advertisement in this month's Rifleman (NRA magazine) wherein Remington is offering a $100 rebate if an R51 is purchased during the month of November. I can find no other mention of this rebate in the offering(s) from RK Guns or even on the Remington website. Is the rebate for real and, if so, does a rebate form come with the pistol when it is shipped to the FFL and, if not, how can a buyer claim the rebate?
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Ammo caliber used for this pistol is 9mm Luger? Can I use 9mm Auto/NATO ammo in this pistol?

As for other questions you have not answered about this pistol: country of origin, number of mags shipped with pistol and does it come in box or case, can you buy a laser for this pistol, and purchase extra mags?
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Is this pistol enough to fit a pocket holster without being visable to pants?
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Is there a laser for this
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What is the trigger pull and is it striker fired?
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