America’s oldest gunmaker announced that its economical Remington Model 783 is now available in 6.5 Creedmoor.
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The Model 783 features a 22-inch magnum contour, button-rifled barrel, while the stock incorporates dual-pillar bedding to free float the barrel and promote accuracy. The CrossFire trigger, which is user-adjustable, helps shooters break clean shots.
To get on target, the rifle comes equipped with a 3-9x40mm scope that is pre-mounted and bore sighted. A black, synthetic stock is finished in Mossy Oak Break Up Country.
A detachable-box magazine helps aid loading, while a Supercell recoil pad soaks up felt recoil.
While the 6.5 Creedmoor is new, the line already includes .223 Remington, .243 Winchester, .30-’06 Springfield, .308 Winchester, 7mm Remington Magnum and .300 Winchester Magnum.
The Remington Model 783 line launched in 2013, replacing the Model 770 as the company’s economy-class rifle platform. As such, instead of a scaled down Model 700, the Model 783 was engineered from the ground up.
In short, the Remington Model 783 is one of the least-expensive hunting rifles on the market, yet maintains a high level of features.
For more information, visit remington.com.