Jon Sandbeck's Remington 760 Gamemaster is the predecessor of the current Remington pump rifle, the 7600. The 760 was introduced in 1952 to replace the Model 141 and was made for nearly 30 years until it was redesigned into the 7600. Remington was into the "gun family" approach in the early '50s and the 760 not only shared the action and feel of the 870 shotgun, it even shared a few common parts. It became very popular with eastern hunters, especially in Pennsylvania. This one is chambered for .30/06, always a hard cartridge to argue against.