Gun Report

Remington Model 750 Woodsmaster .30-06 Springfield

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Now that the 7400 series is gone, we wonít miss it. The 750 fixed many of the major problems of its predecessor, we believe, offering improved (if not excellent) accuracy with over-the-counter ammo, reliable function, good wood and appointments, and a reasonable price. Itís also a Best Buy.

Remington Model 750 Woodsmaster .30-06 Springfield

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An odd-looking, but fine-working action release was built into the rifleís magazine. Sliding the button forward released the bolt, which slammed home with authority.
The shape of the R1 and Woodsmaster forends shared a design element: both included finger grooves for better control of the rifle. We liked the feel of this design on the Benelli and Remington guns better than the Safariís fully rounded shape.

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