It shot well in my pet Model 70 Winchester. I've shot nothing but handloads thru my 750 308carbine since I bought it and it has done nothing but go bang. You can also use it in cold weather. And its always the same problem. The new ones- needed a slight bend in.
I remember a smith on here say he never saw a Remington semiauto come that was properly cleaned or lubed. Keep the chamber clean, shiny, an dry when shooting, if they dont close all the way, return spring is junk, if an empty is caught by the bolt going forward, rails are getting bad. The factory triggers were long, heavy, and creepy. The wind was blowing over 30 mph when I got to the range, which definitely did not help my shooting. Number your mags and load and fire two rounds from each mag when you go to the range. Rifle is still reliable with handloads, 250 gr Partitions at a bit under 2500fps.
I experienced two jams in only 10 rounds. The best ammo I have found for it is Remington 180 grain Core Lokts; my handloads didn't really do any better, and I seldom use this rifle anymore after buying a few bolt actions to hunt with. Such emails will be ignored. Consider upgrading your membership for less than a box of bullets! Membership is free and we welcome all types of shooters, whether you're a novice or a pro. Something stuck in the rear end of the chamber, perhaps? I filled all my tags that year using that ammo. This opine from having used the synthetic. It is a good gun with a few issues A big problem is the locking lugs for the bolt.
The Remington Model 740 Woodsmaster Autoloading Rifle By One of my more powerful centerfire rifles is a Remington Model 740 Woodsmaster, chambered for the. I have a Mod 750 last generation of Remington auto loaders in 30-06 that has treated me very well. Not having a way to bore-sight the scope, I shot almost an entire box of cartridges to get it on the paper. My dad had one that was supposed to be mine, but my sister stole it right after he died. I left it outside during lunch and went back out in the afternoon. If the magazine is old it could be that the spring under the follower is a bit weak and just couldn't push the last round up. Really sad because, with the exception of some cosmetic scratches on the outside of the receiver, the rest of the rifle is very good, excellent high quality wood, barrel, everything, even the damn bolt looks like its in great shape.
I've got it to pull an empty casing out one in about thirty tries, the casing itself does not appear to have any damage, if anything, it looks like the ejector is slipping off the edge and not fully grasping the casing. I've owned my 740 since 1990. This was common enough that there was a big gunshop that at one time did a landslide business converting the Remington semi auto to a pump action Remington rifle. I'll give it a try. Keep it centered with your fingers. I recently got a Remington 742 woodmaster in.
This will become easier when you get more proficient with years of experience. Place mags in rifle that are empty and see if they lock in place or there is one that does not lock in like the others or that takes extra force to get it to lock. Hey I just went to the range and fired 10 rounds of Federal 150 gr ammo through it with one feed problem. Pulls right out when barrel nut is removed. I'm trying to figure out exactly what model it was so I can try to find one to buy, The reciever was engraved on both sides, One side was a Big Bear scene, and the other side was a Huge Buck scene. Any of the Authorized Rem repair station can help to find your nearest one check with www.
But so does anyone who drives a car,goes to a cocktail party,eats in a restaurant,or gets married. I've heard rumors to the effect that they were having a lot problems with them, which I didn't buy at the time, still don't, and that they weren't worth anything, which I didn't buy at the time, still don't. It acted as though the magazine was too high up into the reciever. I look forward to sharing ideas with everyone in the future jkale, if you can buy factory loaded 150 grn. It seems to be shaving off just on the edge of the chamber. I positioned the round fully rearward in the magazine I may have failed to do this the first time, which may have caused the jam.
These guns can be finicky but there a lot of them out there that have served well for a lot of people. To make a long story short, my rifle had a bad barrel on it and the wrong factory sights too. I have owned a 740 and a 7400. Those things are flimsy at best. The prevention is to clean the chamber with the special chamber brush and patch holder. Those that got a good shooter were lucky, as most had serious problems later on.
My guess would be that Remington figured most people wont put 500 rounds thru their rifle in a lifetime. I often read people calling them jamomatics, but mine performed perfectly every time I needed it to. Now that I am older, I thought I might try my hand and hunting. Then after seating properly, it is really difficult to open the breech. My 7400 06 carbine will shoot. My 742 was a tack driver.
The round gets stuck on he feeding ramp before going into the chamber. He said we have to take the bolt out to free up the firing pin. Sounds crazy my telling it ut he seemed to know his stuff and I will see if I can find a link to that for you. You can fashion your own. If it's hand reloads, who knows if it will fit any other given rifle except the person that loaded it for a specific rifle. Use the first step cleaning compound, at very high rpm, the then final 'bore bright' compound, with clean cloth to bring it to a mirror finish. The real inner workings I sprayed and sozzled without really tearing it down.