Not all rifles are conceived on a drawing board or on some CAD computer program. Remington’s new model 783 was engineered in a deer camp by real hunters who just happen to work for Remington. That’s kind of like asking Delta Force to design a new combat rifle.
I just happened to be the first non-Remington employee to ever see the 783 and back in September got to spend an entire day hammering steel out to 500 yards with four of them. More recently, I got to put one of these rifles through an intensive range workout.
I wonder when Remington will invite me to take one of these accurate and affordable rifles hunting? You know, like to shoot a big horn sheep or a mountain goat. Nothing wrong with a whitetail or mule deer either. Maybe I need to write one more good article about it…
Hunt invitation or not, if you are looking for a new deer rifle for this fall, check out Remington’ s 783. One things for sure, if you buy one you should have some cash left over for a nice riflescope and plenty of practice ammo.
Read the full story on the Remington 783 HERE You might be surprised at what you learn.