Originally Posted by Hawg
The last shot hold open only holds it open halfway. You have to close it before you can chamber another round. Just pulling it back doesn't feed one.
Not sure if you were just stating this or questioning how it works , but just to clarify: this is proper operation of a Model 60.
If you analyze the workings of the action, the lifter/feeder stays up after the last shot on last-shot-hold-open models (anything modern). When you use the bolt-release to let the bolt close - it pushes down the lifter/feeder as the bolt rides forward, thus allowing the round in the tube to be put "on deck" so that when the action fully cycles it will pick up the next round.
Nice looking piece of tree for a Remlin too!