Remington Model 7400
|Remington Model 7400|
|Place of origin||United States|
|Designer||Remington R&D |
|Weight||7.5 lb (3.4 kg)|
|Length||42 in (110 cm)|
7mm Remington Express
|Sights||iron sights (rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation); receiver drilled and tapped for scope mounts|
The Remington Model 7400 is a series of semi-automatic rifles manufactured by Remington Arms. The Model 7400 was a replacement of the Model 740 rifle which Remington produced from 1952 to 1981. The 7400 model was ultimately replaced by the Model 750 in 2006.
The Model 7400 was introduced in 1981 and was basically the same as the Model Four. Major differences included an checkered pistol-grip and straight comb stock. Initially only offered with a 22 in (56 cm) barrel, in 1988 an 18 in (46 cm) version was introduced.
- Model 7400 Carbine
- Manufactured from 1988 to 2004, the carbine version featured a shortened 22 in (56 cm) barrel.
- Model 7400 Special Purpose
- Introduced in 1993, the special purpose model featured a non-reflective finish and sling swivels. The SP model was discontinued a year later in December of 94.
- Model 7400 Synthetic
- Introduced in 1998, the synthetic model features a fiberglass reinforced stock and a non-reflective finish. It is available in both the standard and carbine length.
- "Model 7400 Autoloading Centerfire Rifle". Remington Arms. Retrieved 27 December 2012.
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- Marcot, Roy (2005). The History of Remington Firearms: The History of One of the World's Most Famous Gun Makers. Guilford, CT: Globe Pequot. p. 97. ISBN 1592286909.