This has been to the range twice and seen maybe 200 rounds. The carbine introduced the Williams ramp rear sight, which replaced the earlier spring-leaf pattern. Like I said it's a Remington Gamemaster Model 760 Carbine. Other than that it just needs a good old fashioned cleaning. The liability of Seller shall not exceed the actual purchase price of the property.
Gun was made in late 70's near the end of the 760 production. Purchases will be released only upon receipt of payment as specified. I sighted the rifle in at the range but never did get a chance to use it for hunting. The 760 and 7600 are based on a front locking, rotary locking bolt operated by dual action bars. The 760 Gamemaster was manufactured until 1980; in 1981, it evolved into the similar Model 7600, which is still being produced. Both are notable for spongy and overly heavy triggers, a defect that seems to afflict pump and autoloading rifles generally. While the first pump-action--slide-action or trombone-action, as some refer to it--firearms were developed in Europe between 1866 and 1880, they were not successful and had extremely limited production.
In 1998, Remington introduced the Model 7600 Synthetic, ch has a Monte Carlo-style, black fiberglass reinforced stock and fore-end. At first glance, there appeared to be little to differentiate them from the earlier Model 760s because most of the changes were internal. I also have extra mags I can sell and might be listing two other 509 guns non-Tactical. They have a streamlined, forged steel receiver, two piece stocks and externally look somewhat like a shorter and more slender Model 870 pump action shotgun, although the rifle and shotgun actions are entirely different, as is the stock design. If I shoulder a 760, eyes closed, the sight is directly where I need it to be when I open them. The left side of the barrel says 29xl33. Any claim for misdescription must be made prior to removal of the property.
I got a pleasant surprise! If you need to shoot more than five times to bring down any animal, something is seriously wrong with your technique and you need to take a break and figure out what you are doing wrong. Additional photos available upon request. It's just a basic pump deer rifle. The Model 7600 left receiver panel had a bear, a bust of Eliphalet mington and a 180th Anniversary banner, all gold embellished. The new pump-action rifles, now with model numbers, were introduced in late 1980 as the Deluxe Model Six and the popular-priced Model 7600. The 1997 catalog offered the Buckmasters imited Edition 7600 with special pressure-applied fine-line engraving on both ceiver panels and fewer than 800 were sold.
This variation was short-lived, it was discontinued in December 1994. By continuing to use our website, you agree to the changes. Operating the pump action is fast and reliability is good. The 4+1 cartridge capacity is more than you should ever need in the field. Remington also produced a European-market el 7600 with a special two-shot magazine. The year 1925 saw a new small-frame pump-action rifle, the Model 25, chambered for.
Would like to know what a 760 Remington pump carbine in 30-06 would be worth these days? Please contact Sherry Fewell at 304-766-2626 or sherry. To summarize, the walnut stocked 7600 is an attractive rifle with good lines. Their receivers are slender in cross-section and smooth, without a projecting bolt handle, but deep. The inventions of that great firearms genius John Moses Browning only added to America's affection for pump-action firearms. Percentage sales by caliber were:.
In the late 1980s, the Model Six designation was dropped, and all rifles were thereafter referred to as the Model 7600. It also allows a hunter to quickly switch to different loads for specific conditions. After setting up a series of targets at 100 yards, I settled down and shot it for score. The bolt assembly rode inside a carrier that was attached to twin action bars mounted to the forearm. So when the forearm and carrier moved rearward, they caused the bolt to rotate, unlock, and move rearward with the carrier, extracting and ejecting the spent case and recocking the hammer. I might get flamed for this by the bolt action fans, but the 760's can be just as accurate as a quality bolt gun, especially the carbine with the shorter stiffer barrel.
The Bullet Knife R1123 returned to the Remington list of accessories and a dealer could sell one for each Model Four or Model Six sold. Custom Shop records indicate that only 82 Model 760s were engraved in D andF grade. The Model 14 used a unique spiral, tubular magazine to prevent bullet noses from resting on the primers of the cartridges in front of them. The number on the left side of the receiver is 430xxx. If Seller confirms that the property does not conform to the description, Seller will keep the property and refund any money paid. For 1997 only, Remington brought out a limited edition Buckmasters American r Foundation Model 7600 Rifle chambered for.