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Old November 18, 2012, 09:26 AM   #25
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It would be a model 760 which was never real popular, and not near as accurate as most bolt guns.
It would either be a 760, or a 7600, both fine rifles. My 760 shoots into an inch with my hunting load, which I consider fine accuracy with my indifferent bench technique. The one drawback to that rifle is the magazine, which is a bit twitchy during magazine changes. However, this isn't a battle rifle, it's a hunting rifle. Properly seating the magazine simply takes a little attention. You can't simply slam it in and go.

I'm always on the lookout for a nice Rem 760 in the used gun racks. Folks in these parts don't seem to like them much, but I've found that they're much more accurate than the shooter, generally.
Dennis Dezendorf
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