Remington 750 Woodsmaster Details

Remington 750 Woodsmaster represents the first major change in the design of the Remington line of hunting rifles since the Model 7400.

The Woodsmaster is a hammerless, solid breech rifle that comes with the .25, .30, .32, and .35 Remington cartridges. It has a barrel that measures 22-inches long and is protected from recoil by a rigid metal jacket.

Featuring a straight grip design, the Woodsmaster holds four rounds of ammunition in its detachable box magazine. Depending on the shooter’s preferences, they can load it singly or buy a full clip.

The Woodsmaster features a more traditional walnut stock and fore-end. Coming in five different grades, this Remington rifle model is suitable even for the choosy sportsman. This gas-operated semi-automatic rifle weighs 7.25-lbs and 7.5-lbs and comes with an adjustable rear, drilled, and ramp front sights.


New Features

The Remington 750 Woodsmaster is one of the best-looking hunting rifles ever made. Compared to previous models such as the 740, 742, and 7400, this gun features an updated buttstock to meet modern standards. The gun also comes with a lower monte-Carlo comb that helps improve the eye-to-scope contact when you’re mounting the rifle.

The gun also features a custom black pistol grip cap to improve the shooter’s hold of the gun. The new forearm also features a semi-beavertail design. There are two finger grooves on either side of this rifle so you’ll find the forward taper of the Woodsmaster’s stock on the left hand once you’re ready to go out hunting.


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