New Remington 7600 Video

by Jim Green, Gunsmith on October 10, 2011

Embedded here is the newest GunWorks disassembly video. This video is a detailed disassembly of the pump-action Remington 7600. Please enjoy it and comment, rate, and subscribe if you did! If you have any trouble viewing this video, just head over to the GunWorks YouTube page and watch the video from there.

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RKflorida October 11, 2011 at 12:14 PM

Jim, this is very generous of you to share. I watch all your videos and even though they may not apply to me, they are informative and you are a pleasure to watch. You love what you do, and that makes it interesting to anyone. God bless.

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Gordy October 22, 2011 at 2:20 AM

I needed to clean my 7600 and did not know how to disassemble the weapon. Found the Gun Works video on the disassembly of the 7600 and was very impressed! The step by step procedure was perfect and I accomplished my task with confidence. A couple of small things that could have helped me just a bit more- You might have mentioned these on the video, if you did I missed them and simply disregard the following comments. 1) When using a punch to unscrew the tube I missed any part of locating the opposing hole. I damaged the hole fairly extensively when trying to unscrew the tube, but with some careful hammering I fixed the damaged hole to near perfection. After looking a little more I noticed the opposing hole and things went much better. 2) There is a little sliding piece which covers the shell discharge hole. It just sort of fell out upon disassembly and I figured out where it went later.
I truly appreciate your efforts and thank you for your time and energy in assisting the general public with your knowlege. Well Done!

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LONNIE STOPHEL October 30, 2011 at 7:29 PM

I have a woodmaster 742 that has lip broke that ejects the brass.I cannot find another ejector bolt and can’t find anyone that is willing to try to build up a weld for repair.Is this rifle scrap? Thanks for your videos and time.

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Jim Green, Gunsmith October 31, 2011 at 7:25 PM

Try Numrich Gun Parts in West Hurley NY. Another parts source might be Jack First in SD

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mike arsenault December 22, 2012 at 8:23 PM

I am not a gunsmith,I do clean,re-blue and refinish stocks on a hell of a lot of firearms in my area,in Ontario,Canada.I totally agree with Jim when he tells people straight up to have their work done by a licensed professional. Jim,your videos are the best,most informative videos that I have seen anywhere,bar none. You are one hell of a gunsmith,and very obviously an experienced rifleman of the highest order.Well done,you have helped me out on numerous occasions,especially with bolt disassembly! SEMPER FIDELIS!

Thank You,
Sincerely, Mike Arsenault

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Ben Kucera January 26, 2013 at 6:12 PM

I just wanted to say thank you for posting such a detailed video about taking apart a Remington 7600. The action tube o-ring on my gun broke apart and came out, resulting in a very bad rattle. I am no way shape or form a gunsmith; but thanks to this video, I was able to take apart the gun and replace the o-ring by myself, without damaging the gun. The gun now works and sounds as intended…thanks!

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