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Remington 7400 Carbine .30-06

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Remington introduced the Model 7400 in 1981. Its bolt hold-open system is, in our opinion, outdated and needs to be improved. A rubber recoil pad, instead of the slippery buttplate, would be nice, too.

Remington 7400 Carbine .30-06

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Remington introduced the Model 7400 in 1981. Its bolt hold-open system is, in our opinion, outdated and needs to be improved. A rubber recoil pad, instead of the slippery buttplate, would be nice, too. The Remington’s crossbolt safety was at the rear of the trigger guard, while its magazine release was a lever at the right front of the trigger guard.
The bolt release is a rounded tab at the left bottom of the removable magazine.

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