The Remington Model 34 is an American bolt-action rifle.
The rifle was designed by C. C. Loomis and was produced for 3 years from 1932 to 1935. In 1935, it was discontinued and replaced by the Model 341.
The rifle is a conventional bolt-action rifle on the outside, but has a patented lifter mechanism which lifts cartridges into the bolt without the nose of the cartridge touching the rear of the chamber, thus preventing accidental misfires, damage to the bullet and increases potential accuracy with the weapon.
- Model 34 NRA variant
Featured a Patridge front and a Lyman 55R aperture rear sight, along with a sling mount.