The Remington Model 760 Gamemaster is a pump-action, centerfire rifle made by Remington Arms from 1952 to 1981. The Model 760 replaced the Model 141 in the product lineup. Being fed by a box magazine freed the design to use more powerful rounds with spitzer bullets. It was succeeded by the Remington Model 7600 series.
Following World War II, many of Remington's pre-war firearms resumed production. This created a dilemma for the company as it had produced martial arms during the war. Production of military arms had forced manufacturers to streamline production and use more economical methods and materials that were not adaptable to most earlier designs. Remington set about creating families of firearms that shared a common design and parts. This trend began with the Model 11-48 and continues to this day. The Model 870 and 1100 shotguns share similar construction, styling, and share many parts with the Model 760 and 740 rifles.
The 760 featured a detachable box magazine, dual action bars, and a removable aluminum trigger group. The bolt featured 14 locking lugs laid out in an interrupted-thread pattern. These lugs locked into corresponding lugs in a barrel extension by means of a cam-rotated bolt.
This is a real gem of a find. Based on research it is believed to be a BDL model. Firearm shows its age and wear but functions and will serve you well. Review pictures and ask questions before bidding. Has not been test fired.
Close up pictures can be made available on any area requested.
Please ask any questions prior to bidding. Item is used and sold as is with no warranty from seller.
This item is available for purchase from my business as well and will be taken down if the reserve price has not been met and a customer desires to purchase it. Buyer pays for shipping and any shipping insurance they would like on the item.
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