Madison, N.C. – Following on the successful launch of the redesigned Model 750 Woodsmaster™ autoloader last year, Remington is pleased to introduce the Model 750 Synthetic autoloading centerfire rifle for 2007 in four standard offerings (.243 Win, .308 Win, .270 Win and .30-06 Sprg) and two carbine versions (.308 Win and .30-06 Sprg). This reconfigured synthetic version replaces the current Model 7400™ synthetic offerings.
Built on a long history of reliable and fast-handling autoloaders, the Model 750 Synthetic features an enhanced gas system for more consistent bolt velocities, less fouling and greater reliability. An electroless nickel and Teflon® coating on the breech bolt further improves feeding and reduces friction. The exterior of the Model 750 has been updated as well with an ergonomically-designed, durable black synthetic stock and semi-beavertail style fore-end. The solidly-built, all-steel receiver and hammer-forged carbon steel barrel feature a complimenting matte blued finish. Both the standard 22-inch and 181/2-inch carbine barrels feature iron sights and the receivers are drilled and tapped to accept standard Model 7400 bases for added versatility. The four-round capacity, detachable magazine box is interchangeable with the Model 7400 magazine. Completing this well-designed autoloading package is the revolutionary R3® Recoil Pad and rear swivel stud and magazine cap swivel stud for sling attachment.
When the hunting action is up close and fast target acquisition is the key, the Model 750 Synthetic delivers with its low-recoil, super-fast cycling and deadly accuracy. Available at a suggested retail of $732. For a complete listing of available Model 750 offerings, please visit our web site at www.remington.com.
|Offerings for 2007 are as follows:|
|BBL Length||22 inches
18 1/2 inches (Carbine)
|Overall Length||42 5/8 inches
39 1/8 inches
|Avg. Weight||7 3/4 lbs.
7 1/4 lbs.
|Stock Material||Black Synthetic|
|BBL Material||Carbon Steel|
|BBL Finish||Matte Blued|