Model 750 Woodsmaster

The Remington Model 750 Woodsmaster is a semi-automatic hunting rifle chambered in .243 Win., .308 Win., .270 Win., .30-06 Springfield and .35 Whelen.

The Woodsmaster 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.

It 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 walnut stock with a satin finish, a steel barrel with a blue finish and fixed sights.

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