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should i get a remington model 7600 30-06 carbine brand new synthetic stock for 479 dollars i have the older model 7600 in a 270

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  • should i get a remington model 7600 30-06 carbine brand new synthetic stock for 479 dollars i have the older model 7600 in a 270

    should i get a remington model 7600 30-06 carbine brand new synthetic stock for 479 dollars i have the older model 7600 in a 270 mint condition and my dad as the mid late 80s style 7600 in 280rem i love them both

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    Your dads may acutally be a 760 instead of a 7600. Both me and my dad shoot 760, his is 30-06 and mine is 300 savage. All but a couple of our guys shoot 760 in 30-06 and one has a 7600 in -06. In my opinion, if your only hunting deer or black bear, the 270 is all you need.

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    • #3
      I'm not a fan of sythetic stock rifles. Like Smitty said, I think a .270 is enough. It will kill elk/black bear/etc. not only deer.
      I would just keep using the .270 if I was you.

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      • #4
        I think the 7600 replaced the 760 in 1982, I'm not positive. but thats not a bad price, hell if you like it buy it thats a good caliber, so is the one you have but who has enough guns.

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        • #5
          I would agree with some of the posts here that unless you need a 30-06 for a specific purpose why would you not use your 270?

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          • #6
            In my opinon theres not much that the 30-06 can do that the 270 can't, but if u feel like you need the -06 why not it seems like a half decent price.

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            • #7
              no my dads is a 7600

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              • #8
                thank you for the opinions my point exsactaly is that the price is verry good and i only have 2 rifles whats 3 for a good price gonna hurt

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                • #9
                  You can never have too many guns!

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