The 1990s began the era of niche marketing as distributors special ordered non-cataloged variations.. Black laminated or brown laminated stocks were offered in some years. Remington also produced a European market Model 7400 with a special two-shot magazine.
Several roll-engraved commemorative Model 742s and Model 7400s have been offered. 11,412 Model 742s with a goldfilled 150th Anniversary logo on the left side were sold in 1966. 1,968 Canadian Centennial Model 742, in caliber .308 Winchester, were sold in 1967. A number were offered as cased sets with a similarly appointed Ruger 10/22.
Remington celebrated the Bicentennial by offering 10,108 Model 742s with a gold-filled 1776 - 1976 logo on the left receiver panel. Fifteen hundred Limited Edition Model Fours, commemorating over 75 years of autoloader rifle production, were offered in 1982. Both side panels of the receiver were etched with scrollwork and the left panel featured a gold plated hunting scene based on a N. C. Wyeth painting from the Remington Arms Company Collection. The right panel featured gold plated Model 8 and the Model Four rifles. Approximately 5,000 of the 175th Anniversary rifles with an American Eagle and a scroll design roll marked on the left receiver panel were sold in 1991.It also has a very low serial number.
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