Date Code on this Remington Woodsmaster 742’s barrel is L V, manufactured in February of 1979. This rifle comes to us from its original owner, a West Tennessee retiree. It has been hunted, but not fired a great deal. The 742 is the most popular semi-auto center fire ever built, and rightly so. These rifles are attractive, durable, and accurate. Sights are traditional steel base classic 700 ramp and blackened brass blade front sight, with an all steel ramp elevation and windage screw adjustable rear sight. Construction is steel barrel, steel receiver and internal parts, and semi gloss anodized alloy trigger group housing with push button safety that favors right handed shooters. Buttstock and Forend are original press checkered, DuPont RKW finish. Buttstock length of pull is an original 13 3/8 inches from the trigger face to the end of the original alloy buttplate. Buttstock cants about 3/4 inch to the right at the butt, so this rifle will not be comfortable for a southpaw without a stock man working it. Swivel studs are correct Uncle Mike’s rear and gas screw swivel front. Magazine is internal box style 4 shot steel factory, capacity 4 + 1 rounds of .30-06 Springfield caliber ammunition. Weight empty is just over 7 pounds. Surface detractions on this 742 are only moderate, with scouring on the back left side of the forend and five or six slightly swelled places near the buttplate. Bluing is quite strong, with moderate freckling on the receiver sides and bronzing showing on the front sight blade. We rate this 742 as Very Good, 80 percent vicinity by our estimate, but photos ought to suffice for our shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. It is excellent mechanically; bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright, clean, and excellent. Bolt rails inside the receiver are full and smooth, with none of the warning sign chew marks a person often sees on 742s. We estimate it has been fired fewer than 200 rounds in the deer woods of Chester and Hardeman Counties. Its owner hunted with it, but he kept it internally clean to his great credit. This is a very attractive, eminently serviceable specimen of Remington’s best loved Auto. Replacement price on this rifle’s descendants in our area is $800 apiece or more. We're offering this one, however, for only $ 389.00.
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