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Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: MagMarc] #14569122 02/13/20
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Hey Marc - that's the nicest looking 7600 that I have ever seen. I have heard about them & at first I doubted it.
They sure have 'some' of the distinctive features of the M Six. " I " have not seen the 7600 with straight line cut checkering.
I also like the ergos of the forend and thin dia of the pistol grip.

Does it have the cartridge head embedded in the receiver ?


This Six is in 30-06, I call it my 6 06. grin
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ps: I see you found a Model Six too. wink

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Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: jwall] #14570113 02/13/20
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Hey Jerry,
This 7600 looks like a Six without the cartridge head or cheek piece. It handles great.

Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: MagMarc] #14570413 02/13/20
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i got a medium 8 pointer on the last day this year with my 1965 760 '06 carbine. one shot, one deer. haven't counted but this is probably the 30th deer or so i have gotten with a rem pump over the years. 14's, 141's, 760's and 7600's. mostly carbines.


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Hey Marc

This pic makes the butt stock and forend look mismatched. Nov. 12, 2016

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It doesn't look like it but THIS is the SAME rifle. Dec. 14, 2016
Clear/Sunny, Light angle in Nov . . Cloudy in Dec.

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Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: MagMarc] #14571173 02/13/20
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It doesn’t look like the same rifle.

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Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: tzone] #14571213 02/13/20
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I have used and still use Weaver pivot bases/rings on at least 20+ rifles and 3" slugguns over the last 30+ years. NEVER had the slightest problem with them. Use a quality scope with them--NO worries.


Hey Paul...I might have one laying around here. If I can find it, I’ll send it your way. My grandpa had it on the 740 my uncle gave me.


Excellent. I have a, new to me, old 760 in .308w that would love to wear it. grin THANK YOU!



Hey Paul....guess what I found? laugh



Awesome!


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Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: MagMarc] #14573967 02/14/20
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Grab it Paul. If not, I'm going to offer him some money for it. Again, only if you don't want it. Be Well, Rustyzipper.

Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: MagMarc] #14575747 02/15/20
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I recently picked up a real clean model six 30-06 at a gun show, the gun shop selling it didn’t know much about saying as he was loading his truck to go the show a guy pulled in wanted to sell six guns so he bought them and through them in the truck. Anyway it appears to have been shot very little , it has a 18.5 inch barrel and everything I have seen said they only came in 22” barrels? Has anyone ever seen one in 18.5 from the factory? The rifle also has a recoil pad that looks factory but most I can find pictures of have a butt plate. Could the gun have been ordered like this or do you think someone had it shortened and added the recoil pad ?

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I believe Remington made some carbine models of their pump rifles. Look it up in a gun values book.


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Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: bbrown] #14575827 02/15/20
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Originally Posted by bbrown
I recently picked up a real clean model six 30-06 at a gun show, the gun shop selling it didn’t know much about saying as he was loading his truck to go the show a guy pulled in wanted to sell six guns so he bought them and through them in the truck. Anyway it appears to have been shot very little , it has a 18.5 inch barrel and everything I have seen said they only came in 22” barrels? Has anyone ever seen one in 18.5 from the factory? The rifle also has a recoil pad that looks factory but most I can find pictures of have a butt plate. Could the gun have been ordered like this or do you think someone had it shortened and added the recoil pad ?


They were made with standard 22 inch barrels and they also made carbine models with 18 & 1/2 in barrels.

I have a 760 pump with an 18 & 1/2 inch barrel bought brand new in 1979.

Some people have shortened the 22 inch barrels, but as far as I know, the 18 & 1/2 inch carbine models from the factory all had "Carbine" stamped on the barrel.

I could be wrong, but as far as I know, no 760, model 6 or 7600 ever came from the factory with a recoil pad on it.


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No carbine stamped on the barrel, I believe it’s a first year model six. I look in the gun value book good idea thanks.

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Those Remington pumps are big favorites in the woods of New England. The Benoit boys use them, and favor the carbine models. My brother-in-law in Vermont has one, too.


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Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: MagMarc] #14576234 02/15/20
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The Benoits were my childhood hero’s thirty plus years ago ,some people liked sports teams or bands I idolized the Benoits . When I saw this rifle on the table I knew I had to have it , now I need some green plaid wool .....

Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: bbrown] #14576309 02/15/20
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This is how mine is marked. Late 70s 2nd gen 760 Carbine.

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Brown

I have some M Sixes but no expert.
I’ve never seen 1 nor pix of M Sixes with recoil pads from factory.

I’m not familiar w/Sixes in Carbine BUT I’m not a Carbine fan.

If it’s a Six and you are happy that’s all that matters.
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I just off 'Google'.

Model Six were produced 81-87...... I thot it was '90.

They did NOT list any carbine models.

There were several pix and NONE had recoil pads.


That's the best I can do.

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Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: Jerseyboy] #14576834 02/15/20
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Originally Posted by Jerseyboy
I believe Remington made some carbine models of their pump rifles. Look it up in a gun values book.


Of course they did. But not model Sixes.


Safe queens should be taken out and shot!
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Thanks guys I think someone had mine shortened and the recoil pad addded , works for me and is a keeper

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GREAT.

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Re: Pump Rifles and deer [Re: tzone] #14578052 02/16/20
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Got me a few Remington pumps.


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Probably the biggest doe I've ever killed. That's a 22" Whelen. 225gr Accubond exit from a 75ish yard shot. Like most deer I've shot with that rifle, it was like a lightning bolt hit. That whelen is crazy accurate when I can tolerate the recoil. I've shot several groups well under MOA.




Have a matching style in 280 and a Whelen Carbine. The carbine I setup with a WGRS and a straight comb walnut stock.


My favorite was a 308 BDL. That sucker was stupid accurate and super comfortable. My buddy absolutely had to have it and I needed money and didn't use it much.

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