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post #1 of 45 (permalink) Old 08-25-2016, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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Remington 7600

I read on another forum that Remington is going to drop the 7600 in 2017. I wonder if that is true.
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Re: Remington 7600

Maybe they plan to replace it with the Remington 76000 ......


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Re: Remington 7600

Sadly there probably isn't much demand for them anymore....
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Re: Remington 7600

Guess i should get one so i have a 760 and a 7600
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Re: Remington 7600

I read the same thing, probably on the same forum.

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Maybe they plan to replace it with the Remington 76000 ......

Or just rename it the amish machinegun!
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Re: Remington 7600

Hmm, that's interesting. They did the same thing in '83 I believe with the 760. I'm sure there will still be plenty of them around. It isn't too often you go to a firearm auction and not see at least one 760 or 7600. We have 4 760's and only 1 7600.

Sadly, you are right. People don't get in the woods and actually hunt anymore. They would rather sit in their heated shack and shoot several hundred yards at one. That's not me, and it never will be. That's not to say the pumps aren't accurate. I would put any of ours up against any bolt gun at a reasonable distances.

Lol, Amos don't use pump guns, they use their levers in thuty-thuty!
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The Lancaster/Lebanon Amish sure use pumps.

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Re: Remington 7600

I surely hope not, but if they do, we can all agree that there will be plenty of used and new models floating around at gun shops and through private listings. Can't overlook the old 760 either, plenty of them too. Seems that the bolt guns get all the press these days, and Big Green probably wants to spend more money on producing some new bolt actions. It would be a shame, but they'll still be alive and well in PA decades after they stop making them come opening day of rifle.

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Re: Remington 7600

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Maybe they plan to replace it with the Remington 76000 ......
But maybe your right.

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