Model 750 Synthetic

The Remington Model 750 Synthetic is a semi-automatic hunting rifle chambered in .243 Win., .308 Win., .270 Win. and .30-06 Springfield. The M750 is an updated version of the M7400, which Remington stopped producing in 2004. From the looks of it Remington introduced the M750 so it can offer a variety of semi-auto rifles because most of its semi-autos have an AR-style design instead of a traditional one. Otherwise the M750 is gas-operated, so the recoil doesn’t hit until the round exits the barrel. Several calibers are also available as carbines. It has a synthetic stock with a matte black finish, a steel barrel with a matte blue finish and fixed sights.

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