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The Remington 721 is a bolt-action rifle that was manufactured from 1948 to 1962 and replaced the Model 720. It was redesigned and the company used more cost-effective means of production following World War II while still competing with the highly popular Winchester Model 70. The Model 721 also became the basis of the 700 series which would later prove to be Americas best-selling bolt-action rifle. The Model 721 featured an internal box magazine and iron sights although it was drilled for a scope and was also available in a number of different calibers and variants.
This model is chambered in 300 HH Magnum and features a 26 barrel.
Originally manufactured in 1950, this Remington Model 721 has been restocked at some time in its life, and it is in excellent condition in its current configuration. The Model 721 quickly gained a reputation for accuracy after its introduction in the middle of the 20th Century.
MANUFACTURED IN 1950. REAR SIGHT REMOVED, ATTACHED BUSNELL SCOPECHIEF IV 2.5-8X32 SCOPE, THIS RIFLE IS BEADED INTO A VERY CLASSIC LOOKING AND FANCY, NICELY CHECKERED, MONTE CARLO WALNUT STOCK WITH SLING SWIVELS (NOT IN LINK)
|Caliber||300 H&H MAGNUM|
|Barrel Length||26" Barrel|
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