Remington 783 rifle now in Mossy Oak Break Up Country, 6.5 Creedmoor

11/28/18 8:30 AM | by

The Model 783 will now come in 6.5 Creedmoor. (Photo: Remington)

The Remington Model 783 series is getting a Creedmoor upgrade with the company announcing a new variant chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor and decked out in Mossy Oak Break Up Country.

The Model 783 offers a 22-inch magnum contour button rifled barrel with 1:8 twist. The barrel features a free-float design in a dual-pillar bedding platform created to enable shooters to make consistent shots, according to Remington. The Model 783 measures just over 41-inches in length, weighing in at 7.5-pounds.

Outfitted with the Mossy Oak Break Up Country pattern, the Model 783 provides a matte blue finish on the barrel. The bolt action rifle sports a CrossFire trigger system that is user adjustable in addition to a mounted, bore sighted 3-9-x4 scope. The Model 783 delivers a mag capacity of 4-rounds.

“The Model 783 was designed by American’s bolt action experts and engineered with precision, durability and performance enhancing technology, now available in 6.5 Creedmoor,” Remington said in a news release.

The Model 783 Mossy Oak Break Up Country in 6.5 Creedmoor is priced at $451.

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