Rem 750-308

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by MagTen, May 2, 2015.

  1. MagTen

    MagTen Well-Known Member

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    Finally got my new scope ordered and installed and bore sighted. Installed a Nikon M-308 and it looks great. I shot this gun last October and it has great potential. I plan on using it out west on muleys and speed goats. October shoot shows last 6 shots at 10-11 o'clock.



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  2. silvertip-co

    silvertip-co Well-Known Member

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    The 7400's and 750's are great rifles, except for the forend splits that Ive had occur on a few of these in 30-06 with wood stock and forend. So a syn forend seems a good solution except for the ugliness of syn. You have a great looking rifle and will probably do well with it at the longer range. Nice scope too by the way. Good luck!
     
  3. Bman940

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    Very nice! Make sure you pull the turret's out and turn the knobs to zero just in case you ever want to dial in your yardage. Plus, when the turret's are on "0" you know you are always good to go!

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  4. MagTen

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    Thanks
     
  5. MagTen

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    Took this 750 to the range today with the new scope and factory Nosler 150 ABs. We were absolutely amazed at the groups we got. Many groups gave us 3/4" groups @ 100 yards. Many shots had holes touching. I will try hand loadings with 165 grain ABs with different powders.
     
  6. engineer40

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    Wish my Rem 740 would do that!
     
  7. MagTen

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    Just a follow up. Bass Pro last week and found some IMR 4166 for my 243 & 308. Loaded all my test rounds for both with the 4166. As you can see the rounds I shot on left are much tighter than on right. The loads on left were 1 grain hotter. Hottest loads were 1 grain under max. I did break my ejector while shooting. Just talked to Remington repair and will be shipping entire gun to them tomorrow. They said they wanted to repair and test fire. Great service.gun)

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  8. MagTen

    MagTen Well-Known Member

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    Couple weeks ago while at the range I started having ejection problems and several brass hung on the bolt. I ended up calling Remington and they had me shop the gun to Alhman's for repair. Got great service. Received the gun and they replaced the ejector and other parts and did some minor machining on the bolt. I suppose the 750s had a little issue with original bolt. Any other of you guys having ejection issues>