yes i have one inherited from grandpa....
It was offered in more than one caliber.
Remington produced a slide action (pump) rifle known as the model 760. One of the cartridges this was offered in was .243 Winchester- basically a .308 cartridge necked down to .243 caliber. See the link below for an article on the 760, and some pictures.
List the caliber and then someone will try to help you.
Dr. King was shot with a Remington Model 760 pump action rifle chambered in caliber .30-06. Ray originally purchased the same model in .243 winchester, but traded it for the more powerful .30-06, telling the salesman that he needed a "more powerful rifle."
The Remington Model 760 was not chambered in .284 Winchester, so I am unsure what caliber you are referring to. email@example.com
This is a pump action centerfire rifle manufactured by Remington Arms in Ilion, NY. The serial number of the rifle indicates that it was produced July 1, 1980. The model 760 was produced from 1955 until 1981 when it was replaced by the model 7600 pump action rifle. Approximately 804,600 Model 760 rifle in various calibers were produced during that time. Fred Remington Arms Product Service Manager Ilion, NY 13357
Yes, I am using a 308 and a 243 clip in my 1954 760 in 35 Remington.
No such model number in the Remington line
It's not they made it from 1952-1960
between 350-500 bucks
what is the value of a 760 Remington gamemaster 30/06 with a maverick 3-9 scope. How old is this rifle?
A Remington Model 760 magazine "CAN" be used in the Model 742 Remington if they are the same caliber. The 742 rifle is designed to hold the bolt back after the last round is fired. Along the left side of the 742 magazine there is a bolt release button that will allow the bolt to move forward after a full mag. replaces the empty one. The 760 mag. has the same magazine body but does not have the bolt release button so the bolt will not move forward until the mag. is removed.