NRA Gun of the Week: Remington 7600 Pump-Action Rifle

Associate Editor Kelly Young heads to the range with a pump-action .30-’06 Sprg. rifle—the Remington 7600. Big Green is still building pump-action repeating rifles, and the 7600's modern machining and utility-driven design, paired with one of America's favorite deer cartridges, combines to create an excellent, if unorthodox, hunting firearm. Learn more in this NRA Gun of the Week video.

Manufacturer: Remington Arms
Action: pump-action rifle
Caliber: .30-’06 Sprg.
Finish: matte blue
Stock: synthetic
Sights: fixed front, fully-adjustable rear; drilled-and-tapped
Trigger: 7-lbs., 5-oz. pull
Barrel Length: 18.5"
Overall Length: 39 1/8"
Weight: 7 lbs., 4 ozs. without optic
Magazine: four-round-capacity, detachable box
Twist: six-groove, 1:10" RH
Accessories: owner’s manual, shoulder sling, oiler
MSRP: $771 (base)

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