Remington R51 Field Strip And Assembly




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Bluto2973: Who's the ass clown at Remington that thought this gun was a good idea?

Robert Berghane: Seems like a pain in the ass.

Fots T.: Good info...., but it really bothered me the fact that you didn't wipe some of that crap off!

Weencie Rants: This will either be a HUGE flop.... Or a big success...... I'm not looking forward to disassembling this though....

john butler: Thank you for putting this on here. You saved me 400 dollars from not buying one. To many steps to take it apart and put back together. To many other handguns on the market that are more simple than this and this will end up as a cheap flop. Shame considering it looked promising thanks again

Biff Sarin: I just baught a Remington R51 a few days ago. Is it's field stripping procedure slightly convoluted? Perhaps, compared to some semi-autos (Beretta PT92, Glock, etc.). However, compared to a Ruger Mark II/Mark III or a Model 1911, the take down of a Remington R51 is a cake walk. I suspect that the somewhat complex and unfamiliar takedown steps are a result of the unique action. The benefits of the Pedersen action, however, more than outweigh the slightly more challenging field stripping procedure. The barrel staying essentially fixed and in plane during cycling, is going to make this gun a dream to shoot with a suppressor (as soon as someone offers an extended, threaded barrel) and the lack of a separate spring guide rod under the barrel brings the recoil axis more in line with your hand. Further, because of the fixed barrel design, whereby the barrel does not budge during the cycling, the mass of the slide and breach are the only items transmitting recoil to the shooter. As a result, by its very design, this gun exhibits significantly lighter felt recoil than say a similar weight and caliber Glock G26. Overall, I have to say that Remington has hit a home-run with this pistol. They have done an excellent job of honoring one of the lesser known firearms design geniuses of the last century and the result is (dare I say) revolutionary pistol. I find it somewhat ironic that Remington's first foray back into the handgun market was yet another version of the venerable 1911. A gun of which a version is manufactured by the vast majority of handgun makers. Then, for their second pistol, they go in completely the opposite direction and significantly raise the bar for concealed carry guns by reintroducing a spectacularly under appreciated and nearly forgotten handgun design. I use my guns, so it does not make sense to me, particularly for a EDC CCW weapon, to spend a ton of money on a super fancy gun. If you are carrying it every day, then it WILL get beat up and scratched. I have always been a fan of Remington's ability to produce exceptionally reliable and surprisingly accurate firearms at a reasonable price. The R51 ($399 with two 7 round magazines) is no exception.

NZA2: this video does worry me a little, but i still want one. LOL

Irunwild31: That was painful to watch.

John Clayton: This thing disassembles as poorly as if feeds.

Robert Tube: Convoluted and archaic compared to most modern pistols and I don't care, I still want one!!!! I really hope Remington can keep up with the demand because I predict this thing is going to sell like hotcakes.

fattywithafirearm: I have the old M51. Mine was made in 1919. Still shoots well. Mine dissasembles basically the same way. I cant wait to get my hands on this gun. 

Hannibal Smith: I really like this handgun from Remington I plan on picking one up for myself as soon as I can.

Atticaz: To much hassle. Lol

Billy H.: Serious PITA. Seems like it is harder to put back together than it is to strip. "Step 15….".

Robt Bomba: I very much wanted to buy an R-51, based on the look of the gun and the fact/hope that it would be an easy CCW, but I'm not reading much positive info about the handgun so far. Too, I'm not overly impressed by the steps to field strip and then reassemble, though generally the actual "doing" is much easier than a video will suggest. I'm much more interested in how this handgun operates and in turn compares to other 9's. They're available locally but I don't really want to be among the first to buy it.

Mark Lionberger: This video makes me laugh, the noises he makes trying to work with this gun. I own this gun and disassembly/reassembly of this gun can be done blindfolded with ease. I'm thinking this guy probably cant get himself out of a wet paper bag, what a weenie. If this video turns you away from buying a gun, you probably don't need to be buying a gun in the first place. There is a far better demonstration video on the R51 than this one

John Martinez: Dude you need to learn how it comes apart before you make a video, Because the way you showed how to do it , i would never buy that gun..way to difficult to take down and re assemble...what a joke..bad video dude sorry..

Лев Сафаров: Извините, но вы криворукий.

jaxxsunErie: It does does not look like much of a big deal to take apart. I have always thought that the Ruger 10/22 pistol was a little tricky

Veritas Aeuqtias: Wow, someone finally made a pistol harder to field strip than a hi-point. Congratulations 

matt b: That looks like a humongous pain in the ass

Mark Serrano: anyone that says lol shouldn't own a handgun.

onenikkione: thanks for posting and showing that it may take some practice to disassemble and reassemble as I am considering this handgun for my daughter

BeaglePower G: Getting one of these will be like buying a first year Model car. There's gonna be so many bugs in that most will regret buying one the first year out. Plus I'm smelling that this thing isn't even made in USA, because no where on the Gun does it say "Made in USA" and all the shot show videos on this gun you don't hear once any of the Remington people touting that it's a USA pistol. 

Farid Al Eisri: I am not such an expert but it just seems like this pistol is going where the Model 522 viper went

Tim Lindley: GEESH 6 min in and he is still talking about how to get it put back together... now a crazy weird spring that you have to line up to get it back together. 

WickedShots: What is the trigger pull like on the R51?

680ecks: I've got a bunch so s&w had them for years cleaned them one or twice each not a big deal. Am interested in the fixed barrel haven't shot one . Looks like a better design for shooting .cleaning is secondary to the operation of the firearm. Take as long as you want to clean it as long as it shoots when you pull it out

Alexn1067: pretty soon I will be in the market for a compact or sub compact .45 or 9mm. This pistol has my attention. I've also been considering a M&P 45c, Ruger SR9, M&P shield 9mm

billrok: Well done. I love the used motor oil for gun lube.

Ionracas85: In the 80s Glock simplifies handguns, in 2013/14 Remington takes that idea and throws it out the door.

Joseph Sibley: Give that thing a bath!!!

RabidMortal1: Video does a couple of steps incorrectly so the frustration is the fault of the operator here. Seriously, this "reviewer" seems a little wet behind the ears.

Jeremiah P: Excellent drop of frustration at the end! I take it you are not a Remington fan? I think the hype is starting to die down. I will go to check one out myself this week. I shall be the final judge!

Everett Jones: Thanks for posting this! I learned a while ago to always view the field stripping/ cleaning videos before purchasing any firearm. While I like the concept of the Pederson feed on this and had added the R51 to my shopping list, I've now removed it. A Kahr CW9 or equivalent provides the same capacity/ease of carry without all of the hassle. Life is complicated enough without adding this. Sorry, Remington!

Johann Padron: I was just as frustrated watching as he was trying to take it apart and back together. Maybe it was the video maker. 

FSUGrad01: Seems like a lot of work compared to an XD, M&P, or a Glock to disassemble and reassemble. 

TrinityGadgetry: When you operate the slide, how far to the rear does it move before you feel the first stop of the locking block?

binyamj: Good job, and very good work. This pistol just seems overly complicated to take down. I'm sure it's easy after doing it a few times. Personally, I would prefer a carry gun that is much easier to work on. 

Tim Lindley: saving my money for a ... IDK... anything but that. what a nightmare.

TWOMBS76: Very cool stuff! I've got one on preorder can't wait!

mik22pik: Too much hand movement for a video lesson! 

J Sweatt: I saw a kid take this gun apart in 14 seconds. Maybe a little "proper" disassembly practice before making a video.

shaun OKeefe: Want one these but not if it. Going to be Massachusetts compliant
Rating:
Remington R51 Field Strip and Assembly 4.3 out of 5

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