problem with 30-06 rem 750 jamming

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problem with 30-06 rem 750 jamming

Postby wannabhuntin » Tue Oct 19, 2010 5:47 am

Long story short,bought my 750 woodmaster 30-06 carbine semi auto and (Horandy 150gr sst interlock) sighted in 1 round at time.Shot an eject cart jus fine. Shot with rounds in mag an bolt jams to to rear,does not lock into empty mag postion or double feeds.Mag is in proper setted position wit 2 rds in mag. Cann anyone shed some light on this prob b 4 rifle season opens? Is it a ammo(hotter load needed),new mag(its the factory 1) or am i just not cleaning it right , wut is it PLEASE PLEASE help. im lost
And can HR 45/75 shot a 45/90 and does anyone know if it is legal to hunt with it in Louisiana primative season?
thanks in advanced for any comments

Dan Salmon
 
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RE: problem with 30-06 rem 750 jamming

Postby Dan Salmon » Tue Oct 19, 2010 6:45 am

Sounds like the same problems that Remington had with the old 740's.  Probably need to take to gunsmith and/or Remington Warranty Dealer. 

As far as 45-90 in a 45-70, no you can't. 

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RE: problem with 30-06 rem 750 jamming

Postby bobladd » Tue Oct 19, 2010 7:18 am

I had the same problem with my 750 as well. The spring in the magazine is weak. Either replace the mag or the spring.

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RE: problem with 30-06 rem 750 jamming

Postby mnslayer » Fri Oct 22, 2010 7:01 am

I own a 750 woodsmaster 30-06 tried all kinds of ammo could not get the gun to jam or misfire, check that the clip is not bent or deformed. If possible borrow or buy another clip and see if it takes care of your issue. remington changed the gas porting on the 750 to fix the problem the 7400 and 740 were known to have with jamming. They could be ammo finicky thats why I tried everything I could get a hold of in my 750. Make sure you keep your clips clean and try not to drop them hang ups in the clip most likely the problem.

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RE: problem with 30-06 rem 750 jamming

Postby shaman » Sat Oct 23, 2010 12:23 pm

I'd look at the mag as well. Buy a new one and see if the problem continues.  You'll want a spare anyway.
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RE: problem with 30-06 rem 750 jamming

Postby bxhunter » Fri Nov 05, 2010 7:15 am

I Had That Problem With My Brand New Remington 750, 30.06, Sent It Back To Remington, It Was Returned With The Technician Comment As "Chamber Rough,Dirty,and Rusty. Mind You It Was A Brand New Gun When I Sent It Back. This Summer Sighted In, The Rifle Only Jammed Once, After That "FLAWLESS" Operation Of The Gun. Someone Told Me That You Have To Break In The Gun's Action Once That Happens You Should Have No Problems With It Jamming. BTW I Shoot Remington 150 Grain Core Lock. Also I Make Sure I Keep It  Clean. Good Luck Hunting This Season. 

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RE: problem with 30-06 rem 750 jamming

Postby epwrangler » Thu Jan 27, 2011 12:19 pm

My 7400 bolt was  jamming in the rear possition because a scope mount screw was too long. Shortened screw and problem went away.
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Re: problem with 30-06 rem 750 jamming

Postby YingYang » Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:56 am

You'll have alot less problems if you use ammo with a rounded end, rather than the ammo that is pointed.


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