Rem. Gamemaster 760 30-06

Discussion in 'Firearms' started by scrapman21009, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. scrapman21009

    scrapman21009 Chupacabra Hunter

    How hard is it to come by magazines for this gun, can get it cheap, just want to know if it is worth it
  2. tacmotusn

    tacmotusn RIP 1/13/21

    You might even do a search here. Seems they have been discussed. Large cap mags may be a bit of a problem. 10 rounders used to be hard to find but available. the key point I remember from the discussions was along the lines of this may be a fine hunting rifle, but it is not up to alot of sustained rapid fire. This is not a military clone by any frame of the imagination, and will not hold up to 1000's and 1000's of rounds being run thru it in short order. Other's may disagree. As a retired navy gunnersmate (small arms and major caliber guns 3" 5" 8") and one who has shot the 760 Gamemaster, I also do not believe it is meant to be used like a military service weapon. jus sayin'
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  3. ghrit

    ghrit Bad company Administrator Founding Member

    evilbay has mags.

    Google has a lot of info on the rifle itself.
  4. scrapman21009

    scrapman21009 Chupacabra Hunter

    Thank you gentlemen, that's why I love the monkey, ask and ye shell receive
  5. helmetmike

    helmetmike Monkey+

    My view on this type of rifle is that it is correctly not a military rifle. However it is more than adequate to be used for defense and of course as a stepping stone to obtain more significant weapons in a SHTF scenario. If all hell breaks loose I would not be afraid to defend myself with such a rifle w/10 rd. mag. Anybody have one thay would like to sell??
  6. ghrit

    ghrit Bad company Administrator Founding Member

    evilbay does. IIRC, about 40frns delivered. Goofle pops up a link from the search on
    Gamemaster 760 30-06
  7. kellory

    kellory An unemployed Jester, is nobody's fool. Banned

  8. gejoat

    gejoat Monkey+

    Around here they usually can be found for about $400.00 to $500.00. My understanding is that you can figure on about 800 to 1000 rounds and then start having problems with the bolt. 10 round clips were about $30 to $35 and not always available. On the other hand if 30-06, then the 270 and 25-06 are interchangeable and will work; or 243, 7mm08 or 308 are interchangeable.
    Some thing is better than nothing....
  9. gunbunny

    gunbunny Never Trust A Bunny

    How hard is it to remove the barrel? Can you find some parts guns on gunbroker to scavenge from? I grew up shooting AR-15's, so having a rifle that cannot be worked on easily just makes no sense to me.

    When I decided on a shotgun, I found that Remington model 48's were really cheap because of two reasons: Nobody wanted a recoil operated shotgun anymore since gas operated ones were more prevalent, and that they could only chamber 2 3/4" shells. Most hunters now need 3" shells because steel doesn't fly as nicely as lead.

    So, I found a couple of them, even ones without stocks or barrels, and now have enough parts to keep a couple shotguns running indefinatey.

    Maybe that's what you could do with the 760?

    BTW, I noticed that there are several Winchester Model 100's for sale on gunbroker in the $250-300 range. They are .308 semi-autos. You don't see them in the local gun shops around here because we cannot hunt with semi-autos in Pennsyltucky.
  10. gejoat

    gejoat Monkey+

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