The Remington Model 33 is an American bolt-action rifle.
The rifle was designed by C. C. Loomis and was produced from 1932 to 1935, and was sold alongside the Model 34. It was the first bolt-action weapon made by Remington, and as such is highly valued for that reason alone. About 263000 were made.
The rifle is a single-shot bolt-action rifle.
- Model 33
The first variant of the rifle. It lacked fingergrooves.
- Model 33a
An updated version of the Model 33. The bolt was swept back and the weapon had a different stock all together. However, there are certain variants of the rifle with non swept-back bolts among other changes.
There are over 4 to 6 variants of the bolt, 2 of the sights, 2 stocks and 2 trigger and sear variations.