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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-14-2014, 01:22 AM Thread Starter
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7600 carbine

What do yinz think about the Synthetic model 7600 Carbine in Aught Six? I have the chance to buy one used. While I have experience with the walnut stocked carbines I don't know much about the synthetic model.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-14-2014, 01:48 AM
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Re: 7600 carbine

The stock doesn't make I shoot. I think if you don't mind the plastic it should be okay. I had a wood stocked 760 and it shot really well with federal premium 165 grn.
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Re: 7600 carbine

I own one and love it. Absolute tack driver. I actually prefer the synthetic stocks for drives ,hunting in the thicker stuff, never have to worry about scratching. I say if the price is good buy it you wont be sorry.
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I love mine. I call her Black Death.

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Re: 7600 carbine

I think the synthetic stocked 760's/7600's don't fit in real well in the deer woods. They look better in a squad car than hanging from a tree stand!

I'm strictly a wood stock guy for hunting!

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Compact. Accurate. Rugged.

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Re: 7600 carbine

Thanks guys. The guy with the gun backed out on selling it so I won't be getting a chance to find out.

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