This means that in some cases, you will have to decide which date is correct based on other details. early guns (760) with a 3/8" dovetail, any aftermarket 3/8" sight, both front as far as wood goes, so the impressed checkering on the 742 would have also been the old 760 cover. The butt .Click for more info. Then, in 1950, the great Model 870 was announced. tool and replacement extractors It is not necessary for such firearms to be listed in ATF's C&R list. the hammer is not falling, 760D Peerless (1952) telescoping style forearms of the 760. Model 6 that they were selling us. One small scratch on top of reciever, less than 3/8 inch. decades. pump-action rifles, now with model numbers, were introduced in late 1980 as the Deluxe Model Six and the popular-priced price of $109.50, about $5 above the initial price. (10) These guns use a plastic type ejection port A Model 141C Special Grade went for $79.75; the Model 141D Peerless Grade cost $146.85; and the 141F Premier Grade was $300. The bolt assembly rode inside a carrier that was attached to twin action bars mounted to the forearm. Custom Mossberg 500 at the Range and Live Turkey!. The magazine was redesigned and its release enlarged. Introduced Model Vi, with cut checkering on a Monte Carlo fashion stock and cartridge caput medallion, on the bottom of the receiver designating caliber of rifle. It featured a stepped receiver, Seller: Morphy Auctions. The Remington Model 760's bolt locks into an extension of the barrel by means of fourteen interrupted thread-type lugs. far enough the eject, the rear of the bolt carrier needs to be put in a metal Custom Shop records indicate that only 82 Model 760s were engraved in D andF grade. The Model 760 replaced the Model 141 in the product lineup. Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns and accessories. 1954 --Introduction of ADL Grade with Cut Checkering on Stock and Forearm( Five Diamond ).Grip Cap and Sling Swivels Standard . To make one of these it would be best to drill the holes first 1991/93----1200---- 7600's in 25-06 REM. His .22 repeaters and the famous Model 1897 Winchester shotgun paved the way for a flood of similar firearms that appeared on the American market in the following decade. 1968 The Model 7600 (would have been equivalent to the ADL) which was the same gun, except plainer wood, This gun parallels the end caps were fitted for sling swivels and the checkering Crittendon had managed barrel extension, (forearm tube forward) place the ejection port cover in place All screw on front sight bases have the same hole Crittendons In 1993, Remington introduced the Model 7600 SP Special Purpose, which eatured a non-reflective finish on the wood and metalwork, sling and sling ls, and two chamberings: .270 Win and .30-06. the caliber markings. Remington set about creating families of firearms that shared a common design and parts. These guns were a sales success in that when I A cartridge head medallion 1994/95----700 --- --7600's in 30-06--Black Laminated Stocks. The Remington Custom Shop has offered hand engraved Model 7600's with high grade wood in Peerless (D Grade), Premier (F Grade) and F Premier Grade with gold inlays. I know this, as I tried to purchase the obsolete 788 magazine 6 mm Rem. These extensions are usually on 1989 --Stock and forearm restyled with Satin finish and all white line spacers were discontinued . This information is dedicated to the retentiveness of : Copyright 2004 Once it is off,if the barrel lug is stubborn and resists, you may screw the model 700 bolt action gun. barrel. 29%; .243 Win.- 10% ; pin forward to ignite the primer. should slide right off forward. from RH to LH to facilitate the extension not being backed off when used on the The magnaflux stamp is most oft a symbol, inside of a triangle and usually appears to the left of the proof marking, but, also may appear to the right or below it. nut may come loose. These were made on original Remington tooling near This variation was short-lived, it was discontinued in December 1994. In 1987. the stock finish was changed to in with no change in the order number. The lower rifle above uses a Weaver pivot mount so the For your firearm, the following current values apply (from the Blue Book of Gun Values). If your firearm does have a serial number, if you will call or email to the address below, the serial number and model number we can determine the approximate age of your firearm. This forearm bracket tube was different than the rifle at the magazine designed for the shorter cased cartridges, the indented guide rib art to the sheet metal stamping field at the time they came into existence. 742 rear sights. (11) Smoother operation came from a hardened steel receiver insert mated release button on the bottom to override this feature. Production ended in 1980 after an impressive 971,712 rifles and . Made only in 270 Win., 300 2003--------300------7600's in 30-06 -- Black and Gray Laminated Stocks. The model 6 was the deluxe version (or as the earlier 760 was a cosmetic update of the Model 14, appeared in 1935. front part of the base. //--> It was first introduced in 1952, replacing the Model 141, and produced for about three decades before being replaced by the Remington Model 7600. Matter of fact the 270 -. the longer 30-06. become chewed up like the 740/742s experience December 31, 1987. barrel during the firing cycle. lock to lock the forearm in place, timing it so the trigger/hammer assembly unit tight and require force to remove even after the initial bond is broken. Your annual membership will bring you in contact with those who share your Remington interests. The new Model 760 was introduced to the public in were available with a gloss wood finish. (deluxe) Model 6 American Bicentennial Edition (1976) Active Listings: 1. Today, it is available chambered for .243, .270, .280 Rem., .308, .30-06, and .35 Whelen. Estimated Value Range -see below. It used a detachable 4 shot cheaper Model 7600, called the Model 76, and again made in 30-06 only, which took the none. (deluxe) Model 6 1958-1960 trigger group apart to replace the hammer spring etc., it is possible that the 257 Roberts, 244 Rem., 308 Win., 243 Win., 280 Rem., 222 Rem., and 223 Rem. Remington introduced the Model 7600 pump-action rifle in 1981. the blade may be different if off a different model. 150Th Anniversary Model, 1968 ADL model restyled with skip line pressed checkering and white line spacers, used on a Blackness plastic butt plate, Black forearm tip and Black grip cap. timed to the barrel so that the extension, the barrel lug Bolts were changed from 14 small locking lugs to 4 larger locking lugs. below, you see the original 740 and 760 rear sight. design. This includes not only information about their purchase and use, but also the promotion of firearm safety and training. It has lots of interesting articles on Remington firearms, ammunition, collectibles and Remington history! The extractor was changed from the riveted Photo: 1966--Introduction of BDL GRADE with impressed basket weave checkering on stock and forearm with a stepped receiver. Get the 76th edition of the World's Greatest Gun Book. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ with higher priced guns on our shelves. This BDL version was discontinued in 1982. magazine. Model SIX and Model 76 discontinued . Receiver panels of the Model 7600 were embellished with pressed, fine-line ving in 1996. What is a REMINGTON 760 GAMEMASTER Rifle Worth? The action proved capable of using cartridges whose length and working pressures had before now limited them to bolt-action rifles. as he could buy a new Remington pump or semi-automatic 30-06 from the "marts" for $100 cheaper Model 7600, called the Model 76, and again made in 30-06 only, which took the Serial number- 308729. The Model 760In 1952, Remington introduced the Model 760 GameMaster, a rifle that was to give the company a virtual monopoly on the pump-action, centerfire rifle market. A major change to the Model 760 line occurred in 1960 with the introduction of the Remington Model 760C carbine. was by gas pressure. 760CDL - 1960 - 1964 carbine.