Madison, N.C. – Ever handy and functional, the carbine has long held a place in the ranch truck, patrol car and in the hands of shooters looking for an afternoon of fun at the range. Remington’s new Model 7615 SPS (Special Purpose Synthetic) Carbine chambered in 223 Remington combines qualities that have endeared carbines to shooters for years. With its new features, this rifle is suitable for a wide range of applications and all at a price that makes this slide-action a great alternative to more expensive tactical platforms. (Note: The Model 7615 SPS Carbine is an exclusive firearm offering available only from select wholesalers through independent Remington Premier dealers).
Similar in function to the legendary Remington Model 870™ pump-action shotgun, the Model 7615 starts with a rugged, dependable twin action bar design for non-binding, smooth operation. That second or third follow-up shot is ultra-fast and with the convenience of a ten round magazine box, you won’t spend all your time at the range reloading. For added convenience, the Model 7615 also accepts aftermarket AR-15 style magazine boxes.
The hammer-forged, carbon steel 16 1/2-inch clean barrel delivers great accuracy while allowing maneuverability. All external metal parts are clad in a Parkerized finished that delivers a non-reflective, corrosion and wear resistant finish for years of hard use. Completing this versatile-use carbine is a durable, matte black synthetic fore-end and Monte Carlo-style stock with rear and front magazine cap sling swivel studs. The weight distribution and slim-line, compact design of the Model 7615 result in shotgun-like balance and pointability from a centerfire rifle. The Model 7615 Special Purpose Synthetic Carbine in 223 Remington is a lot of rifle in a handy, multi-use package.
|Offerings for 2008 are as follows:|
|Remington Model 7615™|
|Model||7615 SPS Carbine|
|BBL Length||16 1/2 inches|
|Overall Length||36 1/2 inches|
|Stock Finish||Black Matte|
|BBL Material||Carbon Steel|
|Average Weight||7 1/8 lbs.|